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Gorilla Hammers e-Brochure
Light to Medium Duty Hammers: GXS60, GXS70, GXS75, GXS90, GXS100
Medium to Heavy Duty Hammers: GXS120, GXS135, GXS150, GXS155, GXS165, GXS175
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Extended piston stroke
– Smoother operation
– Minimal repercussion on carrier
Improved properties (piston)
– Improved emergency running properties
– Manufactured with high-quality nickel & vanadium alloy steel
– Exceptional performance and reliability
– Manufactured with high-quality alloy steel
Gas piston accumulator
– Start-up safety
– Power accumulator
Lubrication adequate for entire shift
– Reduced wear and tear
– Consistent availability due to extended maintenance intervals
Cylinder & Valve
– Prevents scoring with precision finishing treatment
– Dynamic screw design prevents damage
– Reduces irregular pulse pressure on hydraulic circuit
– Improved striking power with supply of accumulated gas pressure
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Heavy Demolition Tool Bits Reference
Demolition Equipment Industry Selected Articles
Heavy Demolition tool bits reference, storage, sizing guide, and usage
Using a Hydraulic Hammer as a Primary Breaker
Rock Products , March 1st, 1998 by Bob Drake
Using a hydraulic hammer instead of explosives to free rock from the quarry face occasionally has been reported in some European operations but is virtually unheard of in North America. However, as hammers and carriers increase in size and durability, sound attenuation is improved, and residential and business developments encroach upon urban quarries, there may be a few applications where hammers work.
The break down: breakers and hammers take the first steps toward harvesting demolition debris
Construction & Demolition Recycling, March-April, 2005 by Jackie Gubeno
As the concrete recycling industry grows, breakers and hammers are becoming more and more important on job sites. With many companies choosing to recycle concrete on site, breakers have become an integral part of many recycling operations, as well as popular tools for demolition contractors.