The Arrow Hammer Model 1350 from Arrow-Master is a pneumatic-tired mobile hydraulic hammer that can be operated both on and off paved surfaces. An 80-hp John Deere diesel engine provides power for the unit. Standard synchromesh transmission allows the Hammer to be driven at speeds up to 20 mph.
The Arrow Hammer 1350 breaks, cuts and scores concrete, rock and asphalt into sizes suitable for excavation, recovery, or cracking and seating. It also compacts and tamps backfill, with adjustable impact up to 13,000 foot-pounds. Standard features include mechanical or electronic stroke control, ROPS, a pivoting mast for maximum impact on uneven surfaces, stoplights and reflectors, and mechanical back-up alarm.
“Although the Arrow Hammer is best known for effective concrete breaking, it is also used for breaking frozen ground, asphalt cutting, and soil compaction in confined areas, even over fiber optic trenches,” says Gayle Suiter, sales/marketing administrator for Arrow-Master. “The Arrow Hammer can be operated with automatic stroke for maximum productivity or with manual stroke for precise control of the area to be broken.”
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Engine power: 80-hp diesel engine
Impact energy maximum: 13,000 foot pounds
Drive speed: 20 mph