The APF 1033 is the lightest and smallest of all Ammann Vibratory Plate Compactors. Its size makes it ideally suited to small jobsites and confined areas. This forward-moving plate compactor is often utilised by landscape contractors to reach hard-to-access spots. Homeowners also use the AP 1033 because of its manageable size. The standard guide handle and its vibration isolation improve operator comfort. When the job is finished the compactor is small enough to fit in the trunk of a passenger car.
Choose your engine and fuel source with the APF 1240. The compactor features Subaru and Honda engines that run on gasoline while a YANMAR engine is available for those who prefer diesel. The machine works well in many applications and is commonly utilised on small soil and asphalt jobsites. A 10-litre water tank, large for this particular machine class, is an option that many contractors appreciate.
The base plate on this compactor is specifically shaped for bituminous surfaces and is an ideal fit for patchwork on asphalt. Productivity is built into the machine, with the low-vibration guide handle that reduces operator fatigue and an optional 10-litre water tank that improves productivity through fewer stops. Like the rest of the forward-moving vibratory plates, the APF1250 features a handle that improves operator control and reduces fatigue.
The APF 1850 is considered the “all-around” forward-moving plate. It has size with powerful Honda or Hatz engines that enable quality performances on soil, gravel, paving stones, asphalt and other surfaces. The continuously adjustable vibration also helps with compaction on varied surfaces. The guide handle can be folded, making for easy transport.