Company Wrench Introduces Hammer Machine

Company says its CW Machine Worx will reduce fuel and shipping costs.

  • June 20, 2013
  • CDR Staff

Company Wrench Ltd. has announced that its CW Machine Worx manufacturing division has introduced what it is calling a breakthrough in engineering and design with the release of a patent-pending second member hammer machine.

The company says that hammer machine can help companies save on fuel and shipping costs. The 2nd member hammer set-up has the ability to mount a 16,000-pound-per-foot hammer on a 108,000-pound machine, instead of using the same hammer on a 193,000-pound machine. Company Wrench says that when working on a jobsite that calls for breaking oversized material, trenching through rock, or breaking concrete, the machine can bring substantial savings in fuel and shipping costs.

In highlighting the fuel savings, the company says research shows that the fuel savings can be as much as $392 per machine.

In related news, the company notes that it has been named a dealer for Kobelco Excavators in North and South Carolina. Company Wrench adds that its new dealership in Smithfield, N.C., will feature a number of brand-specific equipment lines to service the Raleigh, N.C., Metro area along with the Kobelco Excavator line.

Company Wrench covers all of North Carolina, most of South Carolina (except certain counties) and a limited area in the Southeast part of Georgia.


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