The use of advanced hydraulics, materials technology, strength calculations, impact wave theory and production technology have cemented the Rammer’s position as the go-to rockbreaker solutions provider for the Australian mining industry.
With powerful and durable rockbreakers equipped with the revolutionary RD3 remote monitoring device, 10 types of boom system options and specialty demolition attachments, there is a Rammer solution for virtually any demanding breaking application that requires a boom-mounted percussive tool.
Rammer Excellence Line rockbreakers are fitted with membrane-type accumulators to assist with power strokes, whilst providing protection against hydraulic spikes, and they have field replaceable lower tool bushing and a low maintenance design which ensures optimum rockbreaker uptime, higher availability levels and a reduced owning and operating cost.
“Having real-time data on-hand is tried and tested way to cut downtime, proactively maintain equipment to avoid costly repairs and to improve the overall efficiency of operation. That is why Rammer developed the RD3, the first cloud-based monitoring device for hydraulic rockbreakers,” Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology territory manager – India, Middle East, CIS & APAC, David Scurr.
Being one of the world’s most trusted brands is not about technology and innovation only, it is about listening to what the
customers say and what their specific application requirements.
All Rammer products have been developed in conjunction with customers across the world to help them reduce breaking times and avoid unnecessary downtime.
With integrated smart technology and customer-focused features Rammer has created great experiences with customers and the fact that customers return to their local Rammer dealer to acquire more of its equipment speaks for itself.
Rammer products are supported by a dedicated global dealer network with ready access to genuine Rammer parts and a wealth of operational knowledge and experience to ensure that Rammer product continues to contribute to customers’ profitability for its entire working life.
With authorised Rammer dealerships in every state, territory and also in Papua New Guinea, Rammer offers factory-approved maintenance and warranty services to keep rockbreakers doing what they do best – turning big rocks into little rocks.
The team is truly the engine room of any successful business, and Rammer’s Australian dealer network has been delivering its high-quality, industry-leading service, support and product knowledge to the mining and construction industry in every state and territory.
“For example, there are several critical factors that should be considered when purchasing a new rockbreaker boom and our aim is to help our customers select the right boom for the job to increase efficiency and reduce cycle times and downtime due to rockbreaking,” explains Total Rockbreaking Solutions engineering manager of Paul Ingleson.
Ingleson’s company is the authorised Rammer dealer for Western Australia
“To share our knowledge, we have put together is brief check list on our website for mining companies and quarries that are in a process of buying a rockbreaker boom system to maximise the return on investment,” Ingleson said.
“To optimise safety and productivity, Rammer booms can also be fitted with an automation and remote operation system which increases the speed and precision of a boom, while preventing the possibility of collision.