The Sure Way of Breaking Rock
The Sure Way of Breaking Concrete
The Sure Way of Breaking Slag

Surestrike International

Surestrike rock breakers are the simple, low cost and dependable solution for breaking oversize material and concrete demolition. Our team of experienced industry professionals, including owners and operators, has developed a line of mechanical impact hammers that allow you to effectively break oversize material and demolish concrete without the use of drop balls or hydraulic hammers.

  • 866.472.8844
  • 715.472.8845
  • Surestrike International, Inc.
    PO Box 358
    Luck, WI 54853


Model 1100

The model 1100 is the best model for breaking in soft to medium rock applications such as shale, limestone, sandstone, slate and concrete demolition.

Model 2100

The model 2100 is suitable for medium to hard rock applications such as limestone, dolomite, gold ore, river rock, quartzite, marble, smaller trap rock, basalt and concrete demolition.

Model 4000

The model 4000 is the best choice for breaking hard rock in applications such as glacial rock, granite, trap rock, basalt, slag and heavy duty concrete demolition.

Model 6000

The model 6000 is built to withstand the abuse of breaking the biggest and hardest rock known. It is specifically built to easily and quickly break iron ore, the largest granite or glacial boulders, slag and trap rock.

Model RC10

The RC10 hammer has been designed for demolition applications and lighter duty rock breaking applications.


  • Fast
  • Safe
  • Easy to use
  • Low Cost
  • High Productivity
  • Quiet
  • Low Maintenance
  • Simple Design
  • Durable


  • "We've increased our production by 40% since we've been using Surestrike."

    Howard Wood
    Kuhlman Construction
  • "I've been in this business for 45 years and used drop balls and hydraulic hammers to break my oversize. Now that I have a Surestrike, I don't intend on using anything else from now on."

    Floyd Morton
    Little River Quarry
  • "The Surestrike has been a very effective tool in handling the oversize in our quarry operations."

    John Henry
    Aggregate Production Manager
    Knife River North Central