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m-Series has modules that can be rebuilt separately.
Posted By admin On February 16, 2009 @ 12:00 am In Boomerang | No Comments
Cleveland, Ohio”Allied Construction Products, LLC has announced the addition of the Rammer m-Series hydraulic impact hammer to their full-product line.
The m-Series hammers are built with a modular design made up of three major components”housing module, impact module and tool module. With this all, new modular design maintenance is quicker, rebuilding is easier and all modules can be overhauled separately.
The m-Series hammers feature:
¢ Modular design allows three modules to be overhauled separately.
¢ Adjustable impact energy to match working conditions for optimal
¢ Constant Blow Energy (CBE) guarantees that all blows are at full power.
¢ Higher power to weight ratio with a heavier piston delivering more
¢ Easy start or auto-shut-off.
¢ Ramlube ensures continuous greasing to both bushings in all conditions.
¢ No tie rods or tie bolts.
¢ Slip-fit lower and upper tool bushings are easily maintained and require
no special tools.
The m-Series hammers which are available in two models”the Model 14 and the Model 18. The Model m 14 requires 48 gpm at 2,321 psi and it breaks at a rate of 1,00 blows per minute. The Model m 18 requires 58 gpm at 2,321 psi and it breaks at a rate of 800 blows per minute.
Mounted on excavators, the m-Series hydraulic impact hammers are built for the demolition of concrete structures, building foundations, pavement, trench rock and oversize rock.
Allied Construction Products, LLC is a leader in innovative construction product technology. Through more than 200 U.S. and Canadian Distributors, Allied offers a complete line of backhoe/excavator, skid-steer and mini-excavator mounted attachments, stationary breaking and material handling systems and trenchless underground piercing tools.
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