3 Hydraulic Hammer and Breaker Maintenance Tips to Take This Summer

Let’s face it, hydraulic hammers are costly pieces of equipment and when they break down, a new one could cost you thousands of dollars. However, with the proper maintenance, they can last up to or over a decade, and you will see a great return on your investment. As a professional repair service for hydraulic machinery, Hydraulic Breaker Services, LLC knows how hydraulic hammers and breakers begin to break down and how easily this could have been prevented.Read More

Here’s How We Fix Your Cracked Hammer Head

Every demolition and construction company knows that wear and tear will eventually lead to damaged equipment. Hydraulic hammers and breakers are built to take a lot of abuse, but sometimes enough is enough. Long-term abuse and improper use can lead to cracks in your CAT hydraulic hammers. In order to get your equipment back to working as quickly as possible, here’s how we at Hydraulic Breaker Services, LLC get your equipment fixed quickly and effectively.

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3 Safety Precautions for a Demolition

Safety is always a priority when dealing with constructions, demolitions, and renovations. Without safe equipment, work teams are put at unnecessary risk. Many lives are saved each year by simply using the right equipment and taking the appropriate precautions.

At Hydraulic Breaker Services, LLC, we know that staying safe is just as important as completing the job, which is why we provide only quality machinery for interested customers. We offer the Allied G80 hammer, for example, to those who are in the market for rebuilt Allied hydraulic hammers. We also have a few safety tips for anyone involved with a demolition:

1. Use the right equipment.

It’s important for workers to be aware of the project details, regardless of their specialty. Every person on the demolition crew should also understand that the proper equipment must be worn at all times.

If you are the team leader, then it’s important to let each person on your crew understand that taking precautions is essential to being safe on the job. This can help save lives and will also make the entire demolition run much smoother. Double-check that every worker has a hard hat, gloves, work boots, and a mask, too.

2. Scan the area.

Before any demolition begins, it’s important to do a final sweep of the area. Go into each room and check the closets, bathrooms, and hallways. Ensure that there are no people or animals inside the building.

You’ll want to make sure that every worker is in a safe position to begin the demolition. It’s also recommended that you have the building monitored beforehand to determine that nobody enters the premises aside from authorized workers.

3. Only allow trained workers on site.

For the safety of everyone involved, it is imperative that only trained and experienced workers have access to the demolition site. Sometimes dangerous and explosive materials are handled on a demolition site, so it’s crucial that only qualified individuals handle them.

Being cautious and making these checks before the demolition will ensure that safety is maintained throughout all phases of the project. If you have concerns about anyone who is on site, make sure that you address them before the demolition. Learn more by calling us at 800-940-8517.

3 Tips When Choosing a Hydraulic Hammer

Are you in the market for a new hydraulic hammer? If you want to find one that will perform like a champ but you aren’t sure how to find the best fit, then Hydraulic Breaker Services, LLC can help. We sell hydraulic hammers that are guaranteed to get the job done right. Plus, we can help you with a few pointers that will make choosing one easy.

1. Give a demo.
One of the best ways to guarantee that you are buying the best hydraulic breaker for your money is by giving it a demo. Equipment is a huge investment, so you want to be sure that whatever you buy is a good fit. A demo will help ensure that you’re getting the best bang for your buck.

Plus, running a machine for a few days will let you find out if it really lives up the manufacturer’s claims. If the hammer performs to your expectations, then you can rest assured that you’ve got a good piece of equipment on your hands.

2. Check flow.

It’s important to check for the flow requirements on the hammer that you intend to buy. You’ll want to make sure that it matches your carrier correctly. Some hydraulic hammers require more flow than other hammers to operate optimally.

If your flow is inadequate, then you’ll be faced with a slow, nonproductive hammer. A hammer with too much flow, on the other hand, will lead to overheating. Eventually, it will destroy the entire hammer.

It’s important to remember that many carriers, even if they’re the right size, can cause overflow. Before placing any attachment on a carrier, get the unit tested to ensure that it’s set to the safety marker for that particular attachment.

3. Ask for references.
Many people get shy about asking for references, but it’s one of the best ways to guarantee that you’re getting a solid, dependable piece of equipment. Most hydraulic hammer dealers have a wide enough customer base that it should be easy for them to provide you with good references. Asking for reference scan save you several dollars in the long run, so what do you have to lose?

To learn more about hydraulic hammers, call us at 800-940-8517.

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