Because each type of soil responds to its constituent components differently, various compaction techniques are needed for each type of soil. t is important to match the soil type with the appropriate compaction procedures in order to obtain the necessary amount of compaction. Cohesive soils, or soils composed of particles that stay together, such as clay, need a tamping rammer that delivers a direct blow with a strong impact force. In order to create a firm, stable ground surface to work with, the soil particles must be properly pushed, pushing any air or water trapped between them to escape. Yet, a vibrating plate is frequently a more efficient kind of compaction if you are working with granular materials, such as sand.
Tamping rammers are perfect for compacting asphalt in projects like paving parking lots and repairing roads. The factors involved in road design will determine the tamping rammers to use. A thicker asphalt layer is necessary for roads and pavements with high traffic, which suggests that a larger tamping rammer should be utilized. One of the greatest rammers to utilize for compacting asphalt is the MT-77HRL.
Gravel compaction can be done in order to prepare the base for roads, bridges, and other constructions using a tamping rammer.
Surface Finishing For Concrete
Tamping rammers can be used to polish and level concrete surfaces for things like patios, sidewalks, and flooring. Light rammers with a higher frequency but less compaction power are ideal for fine finishing.