Stanley acquires drop hammers

19 March 2008

Stanley Hydraulic Tools has acquired Universal Technologies' line of Cyclone drop hammers, an attachment for flatwork demolition projects.

According to Stanley, the Cyclone complements a wide range of the attachments, including mounted breakers, plate compactor concrete pulverisers, LaBounty shears, grapples and universal processors.

Tim Jones, president of Stanley Hydraulic Tools, says the attachment which line fits walk–behind carriers, mini loaders, akld–steer loaders and mini excavators – is ideal for demolition contractors and rentalcustomers who need to remove concrete floring in residential and mmercial settings.

The Cyclone is available in three sizes: the DH1500, DH3500 and the DH9000

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