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HammerHead Trenchless HydroBurst 100XT

Tue July 31, 2018 - National Edition
Hammerhead Trenchless

HammerHead Trenchless HydroBurst 100XT
HammerHead Trenchless HydroBurst 100XT

Pipe bursting contractors now have 99 tons of pulling force for their sewer, water and gas line replacement jobs from the powerful, compact HydroBurst 100XT static pipe bursting system. Featuring tethered remote control, the streamlined 100XT pays out rod very quickly due to the automated rod spinning assembly and the unique design of its hydraulic cylinders. The unit weighs just 3,200 lbs. (1,451 kg) and is only 39 in. high by 30 in. wide (99 by 76.2 cm).

HammerHead Trenchless, a Charles Machine Works Company, of Lake Mills, Wisc., manufactures and delivers a combination of rehabilitation, replacement and installation equipment and consumables for the underground construction market. Besides being a full solutions provider in rehabilitation and replacement, HammerHead also offers field support and project consultation to its customers worldwide. HammerHead products are made in the U.S.A. and sold and serviced in more than 63 countries.

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Charles Machine Works

Established in 1902, Charles Machine Works, an employee-owned company, founded in Perry, Okla., is the only manufacturer and global distributor that solely exists to make underground utility construction profitable. Its family of companies includes Ditch Witch, Subsite Electronics, DW/TXS, HammerHead, Radius HDD, American Augers, Trencor and MTI Equipment.

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