Designed for breaking oversize quarry rock or concrete, secondary hammers from Surestrike International generate their power from a heavy steel weight free-falling onto a steel tool. Customers benefit from little heat build-up or tool wear because the rock or concrete is broken quickly and easily. With fewer hammer blows, vibration and destructive forces to the carrier framework and components are minimized. Surestrike secondary hammers are available in four sizes, ranging from 20,000 to 75,000 foot-pounds.
By Mike Anderson, Senior Editor | September 28, 2010