The Hulcher vibratory pile driver system provides outstanding driving performance for many foundation construction scenarios. The pile driver - also known as a vibratory hammer pile driver - is mounted to an excavator and operated by a single operator, with all hydraulic functions integrated to a simple joystick-mounted control.
Hulcher's vibratory pile driver is an excavator-mounted attachment with an articulating side grip that speeds the pile driving process. The pile driver equipment uses the excavator's hydraulics to quickly pick up, unload, place, drive and extract the piling. It is designed to overcome obstacles such as low overhead clearance and narrow passageways.
To see the vibratory hammer performing pile driving services, watch the videos to the left!
The vibratory hammer pile driver can be used for:
As a leading pile driving contractor, Hulcher can help with various types of projects nationwide, including:
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When you need qualified railroad contractor professionals to perform pile driving services with the vibratory hammer for projects like water drainage systems, soil erosion solutions, weathering erosion solutions, drainage services, bridge stabilization services, bridge headwall repair or grade stabilization services, contact Hulcher at 800-637-5471 to speak with one of our customer service representatives.
|Case Study - Pile Driver With Rail
The railroad was concerned about a 100-foot stretch of track along a highway where the embankment was crumbling into the road. They quickly determined that grade stabilization was needed, and proposed a unique solution: they would use pieces of recycled rail to stabilize the soil rather than invest in new H-beams or sheet pile. The railroad looked to Hulcher Services to assist with this unconventional approach to lift and drive recycled rail.
|Case Study - Hulcher Pile Driver, Excavator Support Rail Gang on Bridge Stabilization
The retaining wall and soil around a bridge was in need of repair. The soil had eroded away and the retaining wall had collapsed, making the bridge less able to support rail traffic. The railroad had a crew onsite, ready to rebuild the retaining wall and drop in fill dirt, but they needed an experienced railroad contractor to drive the steel beams needed to provide the necessary support and durability.
|Case Study - Pile Driver, Excavator and Hi-Rail Rotary Dump Truck Stabilize Bank at Bridge Headwall
A significant erosion issue was causing the railroad to lose track profile adjacent to the headwall at one corner of a bridge. They needed an experienced railroad contractor to build up and stabilize the bank around the headwall.
|Case Study - Excavator / Vibratory Hammer Pile Driver Drive H-Beams for Sound Barrier Wall at Hump Yard
The noise from a hump yard's master retarder interefered with the work environment at a nearby locomotive repair shop. The railroad decided to build a sound barrier made of stacked concrete, supported by H-beams; they needed a pile driver contractor who was qualified to work at the busy hump yard to set up the steel framework for the sound barrier.
Photos of Vibratory Hammer Pile Drivers