Dam Demolition in Oregon Stays on Schedule
The demolition of a dam in Oregon, the largest demolition in the history of the state, required hydraulic hammers to be operated 24/7 to stay on schedule. Because of this demand, severe damage to the hydraulic hammers' internal parts resulted. Trinity Hammer picked up 5 large NPK hammers with a flatbed truck and transported them to New Jersey. Trinity Hammer rebuilt all 5 hydraulic hammers and had them back in Oregon within 1 week.
24-hour Service Turnaround
Rogers Group Inc. in Tennessee handles over 40 stone quarries. Anytime their hydraulic hammers are broken, Trinity Hammer rebuilds these hammers and handles all the transportation. Rogers Group Inc. takes advantage of Trinity Hammer's 24-hour Service Turnaround to minimize costs suffered from damaged breakers.
One World Trade Center
Trinity Hammer was honored to donate a hydraulic hammer to be used in the construction of One World Trade Center in New York City. Additionally, Trinity Hammer offered 24-hour support to the construction effort.