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How to Store Hydraulic Hammers

This week’s reminders from Twin Rivers:

-Storing attachments appropriately will lengthen the life of these expensive items. Many Twin Rivers customers have found it advantageous to build covered racks to store their attachments. This not only protects the attachments, but also keeps makes them easier to find. This saves both time and money.

-Hydraulic hammer stands can greatly increase the life of you hammers by protecting the seals from uneven wear and preventing water damage when hammers are stored lying down. (Example Below)



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