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The MVC90L with the Robin Subaru Motor is no longer manufactered. Please consider the MVC90H - With a Honda Motor
MVC90H Mikasa Reversible Plate Compactor

MULTIQUIP MVC90H
Forward Plate Compactor

Multiquip's Mikasa MVC-90H is easy to use, easy to transport. $2,509.95
Plate Size
Centrifugal Force
Exciter Speed (RPM)
Max Forward Speed
Horse Power
Operating Weight
19.7" x 22.0"
3240 Lbs.
5800
82 ft/min
4.8Hp
194 Lbs.

One way plate compactors: Easy handling and low maintenance.

  • Anti vibration handle, reduces vibration to the operator by 50%
  • Engine oil alarm, strong vibrator assembly
  • Heavy duty steel base plate (closed design), ribbed for extra-strength.
  • Reversible shock mounted handle
  • Tubular steel roll bar cage protects engine components and provides a lifting point.
  • Honda GX-160 gasoline engine.
MVC90H Unit Specifications
Max Area Capacity per hour
8036 Sq. Feet
1520 Sq. Meters
Fuel Consumption per hour
0.343 gl
1.2 Liter
Overall Length
23. Inches
584 mm
Overall Width
19.72 Inches
502 mm
Overall Height
45.25 Inches
1149 mm
Compaction Plate Size
19.7 Inches wide by
20.0 Inches long
500 mm wide by
560 mm long
Shipping Weight
212 lbs
96 kg
Granular Soils
Sand & Clay
Cohesive Soils
Asphalt
Not
Recommended
Provides Acceptable performance for most applications
Best Application
Not Recommended
Plate Compactors
Best Application
Provides Acceptable performance for most applications
Not Recommended
Best Application
Provides Acceptable performance for most applications
Best Application
Limited performance.
see page 8.
Limited performance.
see page 8.
Note: Rammers are also referred to as Jumping Jacks and Tampers. Forward Plate Compactors are also referred to as Vibratory Plate Compactors.
Multiquip's
"
Soil Compaction Handbook"

Is an essential tool for anyone wanting to learn about soil compaction or needing to review compaction basics.
Soil density and methods to achieve proper compaction are discussed (
See page 6 for soil definitions).

The chart above is compiled from this handbook:
Soil Compaction Handbook
Multiquip Plate Compactors