Designed for heavy breaking applications and demolition work at floor level, the TE 3000-AVR breaker weighs 65 pounds and delivers 50 foot-pounds of impact energy to break up to six tons of material per hour at a rate comparable with a 60- to 65-pound air tool. For maximum versatility, the TE 3000-AVR accepts standard 1 1/8 inch chisels.
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Atlas Copco introduces a new gen-eration of handheld hydraulic breakers with improved vibration characteristics. Atlas Copco engineers made these improvements by suspending the heavy spring-mounted handles in a dampened pivot pin, thereby decreasing vibration emissions. Atlas Copco handheld hydraulic breakers were developed for concrete, asphalt and frozen ground applications, as well as for trenching, tie-tamping, spike driving and general demolition jobs.
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Wacker Neuson's new generation of gasoline breaker, model BH 65, offers improved reliability, serviceability and ergonomics features to increase production. The improved cooling system uses an air deflector to transfer cool air to the percussion system. This decreases the BH 65's overall temperature and increases the operator comfort, safety and service life of the breaker. The improved ergonomic features include a new compact design with redesigned hood and handles to facilitate operation. The BH 65 is powered by Wacker Neuson's own EPA-certified 2-cycle engine.
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