Available in a complete range of models from 250 to 12,000 foot-pound impact energy classes, the GHB is designed with an optimized power-to-weight ratio and speed and power that can be adjusted to match the material being broken.
The dry-fire protection is manufactured to prevent the hammer from firing when the tool is not loaded. This safety feature is also made to protect key components of the hammer including the tie rods and side rods that maintain the hammer's alignment and physical integrity.
Featuring a cartridge that can be refilled or changed, the hammer-mounted autolube system is triggered by the action of the GHB.
The field-serviceable lower bushing can be rotated to expose fresh metal and the compressed fit upper bushing is designed to keep the tool and piston aligned.