David Eldridge of DE Quarry Solutions has been in business for nearly 40 years. “I’ve worked with breakers for a long time, and I know the heartache that some operators have had with fixed wedges; if you didn’t check the tool every week, and take the burr off the wedge, it would get to the stage where you just couldn’t get it out" he says.
Over the past five years, Eldridge has had no problems with the Rammer G88, which prompted him to go back to Rammer and its Victorian dealer Walkers Hammers when he was looking for a new larger breaker.
A Melbourne-based contractor is successfully controlling all eight functions of his SIMEX PL4520 planer with the joysticks in his Bob Cat A300 instead of having a separate controller box for his SIMEX unit.
An Australian construction company has put its faith in a small Rammer hammer following a highly successful trial against a competitive brand. The outstanding performance of the small Rammer 455 hammer, combined with the commitment to service and support from the local dealer, Walkers Hammers, were both instrumental in the company’s purchasing decision.
Victorian-based contractor, City Circle Group, recently purchased a Rammer 3288 fitted to a Sumitomo SH300-6 excavator. Encouraged by the product support and service delivery provided by Walkers Hammers, City Circle Group went on to purchase another Rammer product, the RC6R Cutter Crusher for a five-tonne excavator operating in a demolition application.