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  1. Vibratory Plate Compactor
    Model TKP-90
    Base Plate Dimension L  x W mm 550  x 505
    Exciter Speed (m/min) 5200
    Travel Speed (m/min) Up to 25
    Grade Ability (Deg) Up to 23
    Centrifungal Force (kN) 16.5
    Min. Compaction Depth (cm) 25
    Engine Honda GX 160
    Engine Type Air- cooled
    Gasoline
    Max. Output (hp/rpm) 5/4000
    Starting System Recoil
    Machine Weight (kg) 90
    Plate compactor with simple structure ensures long 
    durability and easy handling of the machine. Unique 
    design with low center of gravity gives greater stability,
    proof against high vibration force and vesatile use.
    Powerful compaction achieved by eccentric rotor and 
    total balance
    APPLICATIONS:
    Embankment
    Backfilling Work
    Roadbed Compaction
    Asphalt Surfacing Work
  2. Doubell DIY brick making Hand-Mould, making standard stock bricks, but with a indented "lock frog". This creates a much stronger wall when building by increasing the mortar lock between bricks.

    While the dimensions are the same as the stock brick, the indentation means they must be created on face-up & thus fewer are made per drop than the standard stock brick making machine counterpart.

    DAILY OUTPUT
    Output per drop 5
    Production per day 2500

     

    GENERAL USAGE

    This concrete masonry unit has the same dimensions as the standard stock brick, but has an indentation for a n improved mortar lock when buildin

    This mould produces Stock Brick with Mortar Lock Frog

    Dimensions: 73 x 220 x 105 mm



  3. The current Doubell Jumbo MK2 brick machine is a 3rd revision model since it was designed in 1989.

    Old Jumbo MK2 brick machine

    Since that time, the model has undergone 3 Revisions to ensure strength & stability. The modern Jumbo MK2 offers the sturdiest design while maintaining the interchangeable mould feature. 

    Steel brackets keeps the mould box steady while guided along two shafts on either side

    Braking system stabilises wheels to minimise movement during the compaction process.

    Large springs add tension to the handles to keep mould box steady

    Locking mechanisims safe guard against accidental release

    Large wheel diameter makes the load bearing wheels easy to push

    Bearing wheels allow for easy & fluid movement of the Jumbo Machine                

  4. For wet cutting concrete, stone and masonry

    Handles like a chainsaw, but with the power of a cut-off machine: the GS 461 concrete saw from STIHL. It's ideal for cutting concrete, masonry, concrete pipes and ductile cast iron pipes. But what really makes it stand out from the crowd is its impressive cutting depth, great power-to-weight ratio and ability to cut precise corners. The guide bar perfectly matches the tool and features nozzles that point forward for effectively supplying the chain with water. And the special diamond saw chain transforms the engine power into superior cutting performance

    Technical data

    Technical dataValue
    Capacity cu-in 4,67
    Capacity cm3 76,5
    Performance kW 4,3
    Performance PS 5,8
    Weight kg 1) 7,6
    Weight Pounds 1) 16,8
    Sound pressure level dB(A) 2) 105
    Speed at maximum power Um 9.800
    Vibration value, left m/s2 3) 4,5
    Vibration value, right m/s2 3) 4
    Chain gauge 3/8 "
    Rollomatic E, cutting length cm 40
    Rollomatic E, cutting length " 16
    Fuel tank capacity oz 26,4
    Tank volume l 0,78

    1) Without fuel, without guide bar and diamond cutting chain
    2) K-factor according to DIR 2006/42/EC = 2.5 dB (A)
    3) K-factor according to DIR 2006/42/EC = 2m / s ²

  5. DIY Maxi Bricks making machine, making solid maxi bricks (not to be confused with maxi BLOCKS). If you are looking for a cavity version, see the DIYAAMXC (maxi brick cavity)


    DAILY OUTPUT
    Output per drop 5
    Production per day 2500

    This mould produces Maxi Brick Solid

    Dimensions: 90 x 114 x 222 mm

  6. Doubell DIY block making hand-mould, making retaining wall blocks with an emerald shaped pattern. The machine creates a ridge in the block to stop blocks above from sliding forward.

    DAILY OUTPUT
    Output per drop 1
    Production per day 500

     

    This mould produces Retaining Wall Block - Emerald

    Dimensions: 340 x 450 x 220 mm

    GENERAL USAGE

    Retaining Wall Block - Emerald style. This wall block is used to hold back embanked earth that is prone to slide in heavy rains. On this style, there is a raised front lip to prevent blocks behind from shifting forward, which allows for steeper stacking angles.

  7. Doubell DIY block making hand-mould, making METRIC sized M9 blocks. This machine is suited for South Africa, or any other country NOT using the IMPERIAL system in construction. The IMPERIAL equivalent is the 9" block - please see the 9" block machine, which is the equivalent.

    DAILY OUTPUT
    Output per drop 1
    Production per day 500

     

    This mould produces M9 Metric Cavity Block

    Dimensions: 190 x 190 x 390 mm

     

    GENERAL USAGE

    M9 Metric Cavity Block. Used in foundations mainly, but can also be used as exterior or boundary walls.

  8. DIY Brick machine, making standard stock bricks used in all interior parts of the country

    DAILY OUTPUT
    Output per drop 6
    Production per day 3000

     

    This mould produces Stock Bricks

    Dimensions: 73 x 220 x 105 mm

     

    GENERAL USAGE

    The Stock brick is used as a standard building unit. It can be used for interior walls, exterior walls, foundations, boundary walls, etc. Many builders prefer stock bricks to cavity block for a more "solid" wall.

  9. Yanmar Engine Diesel Derbo 7.4KW

    • Engine Yanmar Diesel L100N
    • Aircooled, single cylinder, direct injection, compact and lightweight
    • Low noise level
    • 7.4kW (10HP)
    • No aircleaner fitted
    • Replacement engine for Bomag roller only
    • One year warranty
    Code  
    L100N-DERBO H/S 30000RPM

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