The Komatsu BR580JG-1 mobile jaw crusher features a vibrating grizzly feeder and an all-hydraulic drive system. The unit is designed for highway construction, quarry, demolition and excavation applications. The BR580JG-1, with a net horsepower of 345, has an operating weight of 108,000 to 112,440 pounds and is powered by a Komatsu 125E-5 engine. The vibrating grizzly feeder moves the material elliptically to separate and feed it evenly into the jaw, which features a load-presetting semiautomatic feeder system.
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Atlas Copco Construction Tools
The TEX pneumatic hand-held breaker series from Atlas Copco Construction Tools includes the 34-pound TEX 140PS and 42-pound TEX 180PS. Each breaker comes standard with a SoftStart two-step trigger that allows the operator to fully control the chisel when starting a cut. Two ergonomic vibration-reduced versions of the standard units, the TEX 150PE and TEX 190PE, are available with spring-loaded handles and a unique hand-and-arm protection system that combines to prevent 75 percent of vibrations.
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Caterpillar introduces the H35Ds (pictured) and H45Ds hydraulic hammers designed for use with compact equipment. The H45Ds replaces the H45/H45s hammers and they fall in the 300 foot-pound class and provide 2,300 bpm. The H35Ds is a new offering that is in the 150 foot-pound class and provides 2,900 bpm. Both hammers are matches for the 301.6C and 301.8C Caterpillar mini hydraulic excavators.
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Stanley Hydraulic Tools
Stanley Hydraulic Tools introduces the Cyclone drop hammers, which can be used in a variety of flatwork demolition projects. Three model sizes are offered, the DH1500, DH3500 and the DH9000. These tools are designed to fit walk-behind tool carriers, skid-steer loaders, mini loaders and mini-excavators. Stanley acquired the Cyclone product line from Universal Technologies.
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The Bobcat drop hammer attachment breaks concrete and asphalt slabs — up to 18-inches deep — and is designed to be used with skid-steer loaders, compact track loaders and all-wheel-steer loaders to break up parking lots, driveways and sidewalks. At a rate of up to 20 bpm, the drop hammer allows the operator 3 seconds to reposition the loader in between each cycle. Attaching and detaching the 1,950-pound drop hammer is easy with the Bob-Tach mounting system. After detached, the drop hammer can stand upright independently, eliminating the need for additional equipment to lift or move it.
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Allied Construction Products
Allied Construction Products introduces the addition of the Model AR 70C to its AR Series hydraulic impact hammer product line. The AR 70C is a 538-pound hammer that mounts quickly on a mini-excavator. It also adapts to a skid-steer loader with mounting bracket configurations and two position brackets for increased productivity. The hammer also features steady blow energy for maximum breaking power as well as straight hydraulic hose fittings for reliable and leak-free connections. A wide assortment of demolition and specialty tools are available to match the job.
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The EH 27 Low Vib electric breaker from Wacker Neuson has a leaf-spring dampening system that is the basis for the reduction of hand-arm vibration, and features a 28-percent reduction from previous models. The EH 27 Low Vib's air percussion system offers high single-stroke energy with minimal machine weight creating high productivity and improved power-to-weight ratio. The unit weighs in at 60 pounds and hits with 37 foot-pounds of impact energy at a rate of 1,000 bpm. This user-friendly tool also offers an additional third handle for maximum versatility at different angles.
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The Hilti TE 70 and TE 70 ATC (pictured) combihammers feature a 1,600-watt motor for fast drilling in various applications and materials, as well as chiseling and demolition of concrete and masonry. The TE 70-ATC features Hilti's Active Torque Control technology, which shuts off power in the event the tool housing begins to rotate too quickly. The units offer improved power-to-weight ratio and feature an optimized mechanical clutch to provide maximum torque.
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DeWalt introduces the D25899K (pictured), D25901K and D25941K heavy-duty demolition hammers, which are designed to perform a wide range of concrete removal applications in demanding construction environments. These hammers are designed with spring-loaded dust seals that keep contaminants from entering the tool. The D25901K and the D25941K are designed with a comprehensive electronics package that provides users with the ability to start the tool softly on contact and maintain optimum performance under load throughout any demolition application. The D25899K and D25901K generate 18.5 foot-pounds of impact energy, while the D25941K offers 22 foot-pounds.
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The Terex TXH Series hydraulic hammers are built for compatibility with Terex compact excavators and loader backhoes. The hammers are vibra-silenced, through the polymer suspension pad, to reduce total operator and carrier machine vibration exposure. The TXH Series hammers include the TXH250S, TXH400S, TXH700S, TXH1100S and the TXH1400S. The range of hammers offers 251 to 1,033 foot-pounds of maximum energy per blow and 450-950 to 550-1,100 bpm.
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John Deere expands its line of hydraulic hammers with the Worksite Pro HH100 specifically designed for backhoe loaders. The HH100 delivers 1,200 foot-pounds of impact energy and features a compact design that allows operators to see what they are breaking. The unit provides consistent power with minimum recoil because of its long-stroke piston and low-pressure, nitrogen-charged design, according to the company.
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Kaeser Compressors offers heavy-duty chipping hammers designed for light demolition and form stripping. The chipping hammers are specifically sized for scaling, chiseling and removing concrete build-up and are available with a variety of different tools such as chisels, points and busing tools. These tools come in 2-, 3- and 4-inch strokes and feature a standard pistol grip or optional 4-bolt series handles.
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The Eco-Crusher bucket attachment, from Giberson Enterprises, fits easily onto any brand of excavator, and quickly crushes concrete, bricks, blocks, basalt and aggregate. The unit operates easily onsmall jobsites, scooping and crushing the material on-site. The Eco-Crusher line includes four models: the BF60 for 18,000-pound excavators, the BF70 for 28,000-pound excavators; the BF90 for 48,000-pound excavators and the BF120 for 68,000- to 110,000-pound excavators
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