New Lightweight Lead Sections Save Time and Money

hammer steel fec st-75 lightweight lead section"We're always on the lookout for good products," said Joe Dittmeier, president of Hammer & Steel. "Particularly products that will save our customers time and money." Recognizing those qualities in the pile driving leads and accessories made by Dover, Ohio-based F.E.C. (Foundation Equipment Corp.), Hammer & Steel recently purchased their business, moving it to St. Louis.

The first product featured is the ST-75 pile driving lead section - a perfect match for the lighter Delmag D12-42 and D19-42 hammers.

Lightweight and Strong

The ST-75 offers a lightweight and strong profile. In fact, sheet piling sections or other larger piling sections, which do not fit within conventional "U" style leads, can be driven with the ST-75 leads. This lightweight section allows contractors to work with smaller cranes.

Fast Assembly

The ST-75 lead section utilizes a unique, patented four-pin connector, as opposed to having a bolted connection at each joint. That results in a faster field assembly, saving time on the job.

Full Product Line

Stating that he was pleased to announce the addition of F.E.C. products to Hammer & Steel's equipment line, Dittmeier added, "The full product line will consist of heavier lead sections; fixed lead assemblies, including the F.E.C. vertical travel system; and hammer drive caps. Hammer & Steel is also planning to offer the four-pin connector with its conventional U-style lead sections in the future."

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Our service and support staff, located in eight regional offices throughout the U.S. and Canada, will analyze the details of your requirements to ensure we have the right equipment for your job. We sell, rent, and service high quality equipment from all around the world, including pile drivers, drilling rigs, impact hammers, pile products, and much more.

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