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    Ammann AVS 68 Specifications & Technical Data (2003-2010)

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    Weight: 68kg – Tamper amplitude: 50mm – Tamper width: 280mm – Single stroke energy: 95J – max. No. of strokes: 6801/min – Engine manuf.: Honda

    Technical specs - AVS 68 Ammann

    Specification

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    • Weight 68 kg
    • Tamper amplitude 50 mm
    • Tamper width 280 mm
    • Single stroke energy 95 J
    • max. No. of strokes 680 1/min
    • Engine manuf. Honda
    • Engine type GX100
    • Engine power 2.2 kW
    • Revolutions at max torque 4300 rpm
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    Special equipment

    • Tamper width variable
    • driving device

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