Mid-Size Rammers prepare jobsites for flat finish.

Press Release Summary:

Employing GXR120 Honda engine, ATC130H and ATC170H are suited for use in confined spaces, deliver 650–700 blows per minute, and offer 2,800–3,500 lb of impact force. Design incorporates protection for engine, and 3-way throttle lever shuts down engine as well as fuel supply. Along with built-in tachometer and hour meter, rammers offer capacities of up to 3,800 ft²/hr compacted area and are designed for facilitated transport.

Original Press Release:

Allen Introduces the All-New ATC130H and ATC170H Rammers

The All-New line of rammers from Allen is the perfect compliment to preparing your jobsite for an Allen flat finish.  With high stroke and maximum blows per minute, our proven mid-size rammers produce impressive impact force and are perfect for everyday applications!

Allen Rammer standard features include:

• GXR120 Honda built specifically for the rammer application

• 650-700 blows per minute

• 2800-3500 pounds of impact force

• Up to 3800 sq. ft./hr. compacted area

• Durable protection for engine

• Excellent in confined spaces

• Easy to transport

• Built-in tachometer and hour meter

• Three-way throttle lever shuts down engine as well as fuel supply

• Assembled and tested in the U.S.

Allen Engineering Corporation is headquartered in Paragould, Arkansas USA. The company designs, engineers, manufactures, and markets concrete and related equipment with a number one goal of Total Customer Satisfaction.

Allen Engineering Corporation is family-owned and their Allen Equipment is American-Made. Allen Equipment is sold through a network of “concrete-focused” dealers and rental centers around the world. For more information, visit the AEC web site at www.alleneng.com.

Allen Engineering will display the full line of Allen Rammers at World of Concrete (Booth #030628) being held at the Las Vegas Convention Center in January 2014.  The Rammers will also be on display at the Rental Show (Booth #5973) being held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida in February 2014.

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