During the ramming process the rammer is attached to the rear of the casing. The tool then drives the pipe through the ground with repeated percussive blows. The Goliath rammer installs steel pipes and casings from 24 to 56 inches in diameter. The rammer can also be used for the slick-bore process, installing a bore pipe, which, when removed, pulls the product pipe into place. Ramming provides accurate installation of casing in a wide range of soil without surface slump, making it ideal for installations under railways and roads.
Being totally committed to providing aftermarket support that reflects the outstanding quality of our product is something that PALFINGER is proud of. Today it was announced that a new and improved warranty program has been implemented for the CRAYLER Truck-Mounted Forklift product line.