home page


Double-acting hammers use steam or air to raise the striking parts and also to impart energy during the downstroke in addition to that supplied by gravity. The basic design was developed out of a desire on the part of engineers for a greater number of blows per minute. The double-acting hammers in common use today operate in a range of 100 to 250 blows per minute. To provide higher frequencies double-acting hammers are usually designed with light rams. A large percentage of the energy rating of the hammer is due to steam force. These hammers are, therefore, extremely sensitive to system pressure.

  • For driving steel piles for conductors, jackets, tripods, mooring systems, monopiles and starter piles.
  • For onshore and offshore, on the surface or submerged
  • All relevant components have been tested for piling at depths up to 2000m/6,562 feet
  • Installs piles and pipes horizontally
  • No waste gas(smoke or steam)
  • Can be turned off at a push of a button
  • Shuts itself off in event of pile free fall
  • Long guiding available
  • Available for rent
  • map and email email facebook page location Pileco location Pileco