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Hydraulic hammer advice

Discussion in 'Demolition' started by Husaberg, Oct 13, 2021.

  1. Husaberg

    Husaberg Member

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    I'm using a hydraulic hammer on my skid steer to break up concrete. Everything is great except pieces of concrete fly everywhere making cleanup a PITA. Any ideas on how to keep things contained? I propped up some 4x8 plywood panels which helps but a lot are required and constantly moving them is inconvenient
     
  2. JLarson

    JLarson Senior Member

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    Acquire some old heavy carpet or rug and ratchet strap them around the breaker.
     
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  3. Husaberg

    Husaberg Member

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    Great idea! Thanks!