Hydraulic breakers are one of the most useful construction tools of the building industry because they can demolish surfaces faster than the manual labor of a worker. A hydraulic hammer can last years if it is cared for properly. The fact that the machinery breaks up rock and concrete with the attack of a piece of metal instantly can put a lot of wear and tear on the parts. Construction companies and contractors should have an effective maintenance plan in place to prevent their hammer equipment from breaking.
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We at Hydraulic Breaker Services LLC perform inspection analysis on hydraulic breakers, which includes cleaning and reassembling. Construction companies national and abroad have relied on us for high-quality maintenance service, repairs, and used hydraulic breakers. We use a topnotch delivery service that ships breakers to and from our facility. Our highly-trained technicians examine hydraulic breakers from bottom to top to check the condition of the machinery and to assess it if it needs repair. We’d like to provide you a few tips for keeping your demolition tool in top shape using our experience firsthand.
Save Time and Money with Routine Care
If you follow these few key tips for taking care of your hydraulic hammer, you can avoid the cost of having to repair your tool. Routine maintenance and checks will allow your tool to last longer and to work properly. If your hammer does have issues, it is best to find them before they become too big, causing a delay in projects and having to wait for it to get fixed. Did you know that the demolition tool manufacturers design hammers to need to be resealed and reassembled on a yearly basis? It is important to have your breaker serviced every 500-hours of run time.
Whether it is a used hydraulic breaker or a brand new one, following these maintenance guidelines will extend the life of your hammer tool.
- Measure the use of your hammer and schedule maintenance appointments accordingly.
- Update your breaker with new parts when needed.
- Make sure that the hammer is properly set up and sized for the construction task.
- Check that the hammer head is in sync with the system design, since various breakers range in flow and pressure.
- The hammer should be operated by a technician that is cautious and can control the size and power of the equipment.
- Grease the demolition tool to rid it of debris and to keep it lubricated. However, do not use too much grease, or it will cause buildup.
- Make sure to grease the tool with the right product grease that can withstand high temperature.
- Grease the hammer at the beginning of use and every two to three hours of operation.
- Consider investing in add-ons and upgrades for your breaker, which will make it improve in performance and last longer.
- Have your breaker inspected routinely for any possible damage or repairs.
Feel free to shop our selection of certified rebuilt hydraulic breakers and check out our inspection analysis services page on our website for more information! Contact us today for high-quality hammer service.