When a vibroflotation machine is driven into the loose ground, it creates a hole. Gravel particles of a certain size are then fed into the hole, either using the top feed or bottom feed method. A stone column is then produced by compressing the gravel with vibration. This increases the supporting strength of soft and loose grounds and reduces liquefaction risk.

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Eccentric Moment (kgm)2
Frequency (rpm)3000/50
Centrifugal Force (kN)199
Power (kW)105
Weight (kg)2050
Height (H)2940
Width (W)348
Length (L)560
Power PackPP 218
Output (kW)160

Control Panel

Vibroflotation Control Panel

Monitors, which have a membrane keypad and LCD screen, are placed in a waterproof slot. The operator can then control the compression process parameters from the screen.


Gauges are used for measurement, the control of vibration used in the compression of the ground and the materials and parameters of infrastructure construction.

  • Column Depth
  • Compression Value
  • Column Diameter
  • Gravel Filling Volume