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With an ever-increasing number of options when it comes to selecting a new hydraulic breaker, it can be tough to decide which is the best for your particular worksite. This particular market has made significant strides in the past few years, which has enabled consumers more choices of brands and models that can suit the work required.
Hydraulic technologies have been on a rapid incline and have included industry-first advancements that can not only optimise breaking efficiency but can also reduce operating costs in mining and aggregate applications. However, you might have greater success and greater longevity with a particular hydraulic breaker if the breaker is tailor-made to the specific task.
This is why these following tailor-made steps have been comprised to make selecting the right hydraulic breaker a breeze.
The old philosophy of just attaching a bigger breaker to your existing excavator certainly doesn’t guarantee better outcomes for your project. When it comes to the various materials needed to be broken down, selecting the breaker that will best suit the work required is ideal.
One of the most damaging actions that a hydraulic breaker can undertake is blank firing. In recent years, many manufacturing companies have made significant strides in trying to reduce blank firing. One of these technological improvements includes blank-fire protection that aims to create a hydraulic cushion at the base of the cylinder bore to dampen the movement of the piston. This also coincides with protecting the hammer from metal-to-metal contact, which can increase the wear of various components. If you are looking to increase the life of your hydraulic breaker, look at breakers with blank-firing technology.
Researching which hydraulic breaker to buy can be a tedious task but is worth the investment. Choosing one that includes an enclosed break design is also vital. This design includes the breaker cradled inside a protective casing, which further increases the longevity of the breaker. The benefits of having an enclosed breaker include reduced noise preventing dust and debris from entering the breaker as well as protecting the power cell.
Impact Construction Equipment supplies and maintains a comprehensive selection of attachments for Melbourne and Victorian projects. Enquire today on how we can provide you with the perfect excavator bucket for your machine today.
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