Reintroduction of Rammer branded products

The recent reintroduction of Rammer branded products has seen the reuniting of the highly successful ­Rammer-Wild team that has been a major force in ­German breaking during much of the last twenty years. Max Wild GmbH started out in business in the 1950s as a small transport company based in Berkheim. Today the company operates throughout Europe catering to such diverse business areas as heavy transport, gravel dredging, demolition & recycling and civil engineering. Max Wild and his company have relied on close cooperation with Rammer in the field of hydraulic hammers right from the very beginning. Max Wild GmbH invested in its first hydraulic hammer, the Rammer E68City, in 1993, and was immediately impressed by the reliability and power of the Rammer hydraulic hammers. Over the years of the Max Wild relationship with the breakers has seen many new product developments and prototypes being tested. This collaborative partnership saw the RD32 demolition shears being tried and tested on construction sites Max Wild was involved with, and this R&D work led to the series going into production after the satisfactory performance during the field testing.

Following on from the highly successful relaunch of ­Rammer branded products in May 2012, Roland Wild, marked the occasion by investing in the first Rammer hydraulic hammer to be sold in Germany since the Rammer branded products relaunch. The Rammer 4099 (Fig.) was immediately put to effective use in Wangen, the Allgäu, where the former ­BEL-Adler quarter was rebuilt.

The Rammer 4099 possesses a highly innovative control that combines stroke length, blow energy and idle blow protection. This allows the hammer to be adapted to suit various uses, and as a result an extremely high degree of hydraulic efficiency and maximum safety have been inbuilt into the design. Like all large-range new generation Rammer hydraulic hammers the Rammer 4099 is fitted with the VIDAT tie rod system and the new ­RAMDATA II service interval display. The RAMLUBE II lubrication system is integrated with two independent grease pumps as standard; all these features help provide Max Wild with a high impact energy hammer combined with a long service life.

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