Experience of hydraulic hammers?

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Re: Experience of hydraulic hammers?

Post #11 by nixs » Sat Sep 22, 2007 3:29 pm

It´s a little bit smaller than the Soosan hammer we mounted on a Volvo EC290B last week! That hammer alone weigh in around 3 tons without the mountingplate. :D


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Re: Experience of hydraulic hammers?

Post #12 by Nick Drew » Sat Sep 22, 2007 8:23 pm

Nice looking little hammer Robban!!

Look forward to your "Hammer in Action Shots"

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Re: Experience of hydraulic hammers?

Post #13 by Robban_C » Thu Sep 27, 2007 10:32 pm

The first test run at home.

And tomorrow I´ll start demolishing that building. More pictures are coming!
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Re: Experience of hydraulic hammers?

Post #14 by Nick Drew » Fri Sep 28, 2007 10:19 pm

Hi Robert,

What a lovely little hammer, I hope you have many happy hours of breaking!!

I hope you have plenty of white paint!! :lol: :lol:

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Re: Experience of hydraulic hammers?

Post #15 by Robban_C » Fri Sep 28, 2007 11:50 pm

Nick Drew wrote:... I hope you have plenty of white paint!! :lol: :lol: ...

What? Do you mean for touch up painting of the hammer?

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Re: Experience of hydraulic hammers?

Post #16 by Nick Drew » Sat Sep 29, 2007 4:52 am

I mean Just in case you get any scratches or damage to the new paintwork :dizzy:

I would hate that :cry: !!

But that is just me .....I am a bit "over the top" in terms of looking after my kit!! :dizzy:

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Re: Experience of hydraulic hammers?

Post #17 by Robban_C » Sat Sep 29, 2007 7:54 am

Nick Drew wrote:... But that is just me .....I am a bit "over the top" in terms of looking after my kit!! :dizzy: ...

I know that! :mrgreen:
I already have some minor scratches but I have a pallet that is "adapted" for transporting the hammer so I don´t have to lay it on the ground. That´ll hopfully save it from some future scratches. :thumbs_up:
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Re: Experience of hydraulic hammers?

Post #18 by gaz485 » Sun Oct 12, 2008 4:49 pm

hi guys, i only joined today. as for hammers i've been using them since 1985, and must have tryed them all!!! and there is one hammer that is far ahead of the field, that is the INDECO i got a hp 7000 now and man can it break, as for being hard on the excavator? its how you use it, never use dipper vertical as this will shock pins, use out past that point and oil in rams help stop this effect.


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Re: Experience of hydraulic hammers?

Post #19 by Martyn Henley » Sun Oct 12, 2008 5:11 pm

Hi Gary big welcome to CMN, :thumbs_up:

when i was working for Brown and Mason donkeys years ago now, we had a guy who did nothing but hammer work on his Mustang 120, thing is though he would sit in the works bus in the morning and did nothing but shake .. and on the way home, we called him shaky. :dizzy:

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Re: Experience of hydraulic hammers?

Post #20 by Nick Drew » Sun Oct 12, 2008 5:20 pm

Yeh!! A big Welcome to CMN Gary :thumbs_up:

We look forward to seeing some top photos from you at work with the breaker.......lets hope they are not too blurred!! :lol: :lol: :dizzy: From all that vibration :thumbs_up:

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