Skid-Pac Compactor/Drivers Have a Positive Impact on Jobsite Productivity

The all-new extreme Skid-Pacs have taken the Ho-Pac vibratory compactor technology and put it into motion. Mounted on a skid-steer, the Model 1000 now travels quickly over soil in flatwork, delivers more impact energy, has an errorless four-function valve and maintenance-free oil splash bearing lubrication.

Changing from bucket to Skid-Pac in minutes eliminates the need for a special purpose machine, like a walk-behind plate compactor or ride-on roller on the jobsite. Working where heavy rollers can’t, Skid-Pac compactor/drivers reduce labor costs and increase productivity by allowing the contractor to do more types of work with a single machine.

The Skid-Pac is ideal for:

  • Concrete contractors preparing street, driveway or sidewalk sub-bases prior to concrete paving
  • Grading contractors for backfilling against curbs, gutters, highway pavement and concrete slabs
  • Landscaping contractors for smoothing, leveling and compacting sub-soil to prepare for sodding or seeding
  • General contractors for compacting crushed rock at commercial, industrial and institutional construction jobs
  • Municipalities on jobs such as asphalt patchwork repairs
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  • Fits all manufacturers’ skid steers in the 4,000 lb to 14,000 lb weight range that use the universal mounting quick-change couplers
  • Larger eccentric with mass further away from shaft centerline helps to increase impulse and compaction force
  • Oil splash provides maintenance-free bearing lubrication (no greasing)
  • Tough-coat hoses prevent cuts and extend wear life
  • Base plate compacts soil in flatwork while skid steer is moving forward or in reverse
  • New hose routing for better protection against sheared or damaged hoses
  • Worry-free “plug-and-go” installation
  • Four-function valve controls flow, pressure, regeneration and oil flow direction
  • Beveled front and back edges of base plate “push” the soil to assist in the leveling of sub-bases