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With their narrow, rectangular shape, Case hydraulic hammers are suited for work in tight trenches and crowded sites. Low-pressure nitrogen charge cushions recoil on the rebound stroke, resulting in less wear on the skid-steer or backhoe-loader carrier. With the CH300, CH500, CH750 and CH1000 models ranging in impact energy rating from 350 to 1,200 foot-pounds, Case hammers are less sensitive t...

November 01, 2007

With their narrow, rectangular shape, Case hydraulic hammers are suited for work in tight trenches and crowded sites. Low-pressure nitrogen charge cushions recoil on the rebound stroke, resulting in less wear on the skid-steer or backhoe-loader carrier. With the CH300, CH500, CH750 and CH1000 models ranging in impact energy rating from 350 to 1,200 foot-pounds, Case hammers are less sensitive to system backpressure, and have a fully hydraulic design that protects the carrier's hydraulic circuit from damage.

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