Product Photos EarthBuster Product Photo Gallery Click any thumbnail image below to open the larger viewing gallery. Sullair Air Hammer Front view of the EarthBuster. Release and drain valve--used to release pressure from the tank after use. This is the top of the probe. Air Hose Fitting on Probe Top The undercarriage of the EarthBuster's heavy frame. The back side of the EarthBuster, showing the quick-attach plate. The air hammer regulator and solenoid. EarthBuster on Bobcat T450 This EarthBuster service provider has marked his intended probing locations ahead of time. A probe blow hole up close. The EarthBuster displayed at a local home improvement show. The probe warning label is mounted where the operator can see it during operation.Below is the writing junction. The metal plate in the floor here is just to keep the probe from poking through the carpet. Hammer and Probe control ID plate. Water tight connector for electrical solenoids valve release water tight connector Ken mounts the probe into the Sullair air hammer. Probe air release valve and pressure safety valve Top of the probe and air hose junction. EarthBuster Mounted with Compressor The mini-excavator makes a great tractor for the EarthBuster, even on a steep incline. With a mini-ex, you can even reach over fences where driving access limited. Tank pressure gauge Probe tip and one of three blow holes. The expanded steel foot grip allows you to step safely onto the EarthBuster frame (even when wet) to get in and out of a front-access tractor cab--such as on a skidsteer or tracksteer.