Gorilla Hammers offers a wide range of equipment for a plethora of different jobs and tasks. We’ve gathered a list of the different types of hydraulic hammers, breakers, demo tools, and other accessories we offer. Check out our blog below for more information.
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Gorilla Hammers offers hydraulic rock breakers and other boom-mounted heavy demolition attachments. We sell and service demolition products from two brands and can also provide parts for them. Some of our light to medium-duty breakers include the GXS60, GXS75, and GXS100, while our medium to heavy-duty breakers include but are not limited to the GXS135, GXS155, and GXS175.
Whether you’re a small construction company or a large one, we can meet your needs for powerful demolition tools like hydraulic hammers. For your ground-engaging demolition tools, we provide any tool bit you need, including chisels, asphalt cutters, tamping plates, moil points, blunt tools, and ramming tools.
Not only do we offer a wide range of tools, from rock breakers to heavy concrete demolition apparatus, but we also have an extensive range of accessories that pair great with our other products. Some of these include our Gorilla Goo (chisel paste), which we use to lubricate the demolition tools and wear bushings, along with our Gorilla Carrier Mounted 24 Volt Auto-Lubrication System, which delivers continuous lubrication while the breaker is in operation so the equipment operator can concentrate more on being productive rather than worrying about greasing the breaker.
The hydraulic hammer market is highly competitive, as there are so many manufacturers, distributors, and dealers. It is also a significant investment, and you must consider what makes the most sense for you and your job. The team at Gorilla Hammers has been in business for 75 years and has been operating and repairing hydraulic hammers since they became prevalent in the late 70s and early 80s. With our years of experience and expertise, we will know what’s best for you once we learn more about what you’re looking to accomplish. Contact us today for a free consultation at (888) 814-6745 or firstname.lastname@example.org.