Digging & Construction
Breaking apart cement slabs and walls left over from construction usually means bringing out a large tractor-mounted jackhammer. However, no matter how long the arm is or how well articulated it is, these hammers can’t reach everywhere you need them. The hydraulic breaker attachment gets around this with a design that packs major power in a compact body.
The hydraulic breaker attachment uses a simplified design, cutting down on the number of seals for increased reliability while also giving the case a slim profile to reach in areas other breakers can’t. The tool is driven by a hydraulic hammer that provides enough power to easily break through cement and rocks while keeping recoil to a minimum for fast, accurate chipping.
There are two versions of the hydraulic breaker: the 62 and the 90.
The 62 hits with 103 ft-lbs. (140 J) of force at a rate of 1,000 or 1,250 bpm. It weighs 137 lbs. (62 kg) and is compatible with all four-wheel loaders, although a 5 Series or larger loader is recommended for the best performance.
The 90 hits with 140 ft-lbs (190 J) of force at either 1,000 or 1,300 bpm. It weighs 198 lbs. (90 kg) and is compatible with 5 Series and larger loaders.