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ASC and D&S Add Hydraulic Attachment Service Test Stand

Here at Attachment Service Centers and D&S Hydraulics, we pride ourselves on giving our customers the highest level of hydraulic attachment service possible. Not only do we fix your equipment, but we try to do it right the first time – and make sure we got...

ASC is the NW’s Premier Toku Striker Dealer and Service Center

Attachment Service Centers is proud to announce that they’re the northwest’s newest Toku Striker Dealer and Service Center! Striker hydraulic breakers are designed to be efficient, very user-friendly, and operate at lower costs than other breakers....

Breaker Maintenance Tips: Broken Tie Rods

One important thing to remember when you’re fixing a broken tie rod on a hydraulic breaker: All of the remaining tie rods should be backed off and then re-torqued. The rest of the rods will have more or less pull on them when one breaks, so while you’re...

Hydraulic Attachment Maintenance 101: Tips From A Pro

An important reminder when getting ready to use your hydraulic hammer: Check your bolt torques as per manufacturer instructions. This will help prevent damaged side plates and premature failure of bolts. Tie rods that are allowed to loosen up will cause breaker body...

Hydraulic Attachment Maintenance 101: Tips From A Pro

Flow and pressure testing is a must! Flow testing your machine prior to putting on a new breaker or compactor, will maximize productivity and ensure proper hammer performance. Not setting your machine for proper flow and pressures could cause premature failure of the...

Hydraulic Attachment Maintenance 101: Tips From A Pro

Remember: Always use the proper chisel paste for your hammers! Using the improper grease will result in premature wearing, scoring and galling to the bushings and bit. Improper grease heats up and runs down the bit, creating the effect that your seals are leaking....

Hydraulic Attachment Maintenance 101: Tips From A Pro

Here’s something you may not know about storing your hydraulic rock hammer: Hydraulic breakers need to be stored vertically when not in use to prevent water draining down the bit and into the piston cavity, causing rust and pitting in the piston –  which...