Building construction machinery and equipment -- Pedestrian-controlled vibratory (percussion) rammers -- Terminology and commercial specifications

ISO 19452:2008 provides a terminology and sets out commercial specifications for pedestrian‑controlled vibratory (percussion) rammers used in building construction. It is not applicable to rammers that compact by use of a tamping action of the foot-plate (shoe), nor is it applicable to explosion-type rammers.

Machines et matériels pour la construction des bâtiments -- Dames vibrantes (à percussion) guidées à la main -- Terminologie et spécifications commerciales

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31-Mar-2008
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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 19452
First edition
2008-04-15
Building construction machinery and
equipment — Pedestrian-controlled
vibratory (percussion) rammers —
Terminology and commercial
specifications
Machines et matériels pour la construction des bâtiments — Dames
vibrantes (à percussion) guidées à la main — Terminologie et
spécifications commerciales
Reference number
ISO 19452:2008(E)
ISO 2008
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ISO 19452:2008(E)
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ISO 19452:2008(E)
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ISO 19452:2008(E)
Introduction

The purpose of this International Standard is to define the main terms and commercial specifications for

pedestrian-controlled vibratory (percussion) rammers, used for material (primarily soil) compaction. These

machines are typically used in the building trades to improve soil density characteristics.

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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO 19452:2008(E)
Building construction machinery and equipment —
Pedestrian-controlled vibratory (percussion) rammers —
Terminology and commercial specifications
1 Scope

This International Standard provides a terminology and sets out commercial specifications for

pedestrian-controlled vibratory (percussion) rammers used in building construction.

It is not applicable to rammers that compact by use of a tamping action of the foot-plate (shoe), nor is it

applicable to explosion-type rammers.
2 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this document, the following terms and definitions apply.
2.1
pedestrian-controlled vibratory rammer
pedestrian-controlled percussion rammer

machine designed for the purpose of improving material (primarily soil) density and stiffness through use of a

displacement-driven foot-plate for compaction
See Figure 1.

NOTE The machine compacts material through a vibrating action performed by the foot-plate.

2.2
prime mover
driving energy source for the percussion mechanism
See Figure 1.

NOTE The following prime mover types are used for vibratory rammers: combustion engine (see Figure 2); hydraulic

(see Figure 3).
2.3
vibratory mechanism
system of components that translates the prime mover energy to the foot-plate
2.4
foot-plate
shoe
machine element that contacts the material being compacted
See Figure 1.
NOTE Foot-plate materials i
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