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Tampers & Jumping Jack Rammers for Sale (2)

United Rentals offers an extensive inventory of reliable and efficient rammers for sale, perfect for compacting soil and achieving optimal results. Whether you're working on a small landscaping project or a large-scale infrastructure development, our rammers will meet your project needs and exceed your expectations.

For our full list of rammers, view the items below. For more information about rammers, visit our resource section.


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FAQs About Rammers

At United Rentals, we carry a variety of rammers for sale. Rammers are excellent for compacting cohesive soil in smaller or narrower areas. Wacker Neuson rammers are a perfect choice if you’re looking for a rammer that can handle the most challenging jobs. These rammers can take on any job with their powerful motor and ergonomic design. Our equipment experts have maintained and inspected our inventory, so you can trust that your equipment will work hard for you for years to come.

Learn more about our rammers in our FAQ section below.

How do you transport rammers?

Rammers are typically transported in a work truck or trailer with other equipment. They should be firmly tied down on a vehicle, and some models may need to be stored and transported vertically to avoid damaging some components. See the operator's manual for best practices.

What is a jumping jack compactor?

A jumping jack compactor, or an impact rammer or jack rammer, is a walk-behind construction tool that compacts cohesive soils in smaller or narrower areas like trenches. Jumping jacks or rammers deliver consistent blows to the soil with a hydraulic "shoe" to compact the soil.

What is a trench rammer?

A trench rammer is a type of rammer designed explicitly for compacting cohesive soil in trenches. Construction and utility crews often use it to prepare the soil before pouring concrete or installing underground utilities. Trench rammers have a longer "shoe" than other rammers, which allows them to reach further down into the trench.