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Komatsu adds new hydraulic breaker lines
Manufacturer addresses growing demand in the North American market with launch of its G-series and H-series
New Product Showcase
With Covid-19 restrictions causing trade events like Intermat, IRE and APEX to be cancelled, IRN presents an overview of some of the products that would have been launched
Doosan launches new breaker range
HB-series includes five new hydraulic breaker models for Doosan mini, crawler and wheeled excavators
Rammer hammers get tech
Excellence Line of hammer attachments have industry-first remote monitoring capabilities
Green Attachments adds hydraulic breaker
Finland-based manufacturer expands product range with economy line Piiki SB043 model
Breakers: Breaking ground on telematics
Rammer’s new remote monitoring device allows users to monitor their equipment without going to the site
VP buys UK attachments business
UK rental company Vp plc has acquired Sandhurst’s attachments rental business for €3.8 million
Socomec joins Unacea
Manufacturer of hydraulic breakers, vibrating rippers and silent demolition tools is latest to join Italian construction equipment association
Flannery Plant Hire buys 100 breakers
UK rental firm places £1 million (€1.3 million) order with Atlas Copco for hydraulic breakers for carriers ranging from 1.1 tonnes to 26 tonnes
Breakthrough technology: Feature
Hydraulic breakers have come a long way since they were first introduced over 50 years ago. Helen Wright investigates what rental companies are looking for from this sector.
Hilti highlights surveying and breaking at IRE
Manufacturer plans to display new rotating laser and robust breaker at International Rental Exhibition
Sandhurst breaker takes down M1 bridge
UK rental firm Sandhurst Equipment Rental helped Armac Demolition Ltd to demolish a bridge overnight on the M1 at Toddington, UK.
TABE's four new breakers
At Intermat will be the latest additions - the AGB-10 and AGB-18 - to TABE's heavy-duty hammer range. Joining the AGB-15 are the 950 kg AGB-10, which is suitable for excavators weighing from 10 to 16 t, and the 1850 kg AGB-18, which is for 24 to 28 t machines. Both new breakers feature TABE's coupling system that eliminates tie rods, which prevents breakages and breakdowns, said the Spanish company.
Small hydraulic breaker
Atlas Copco Construction Tools used ICUEE for the North American launch of the SB 52 hydraulic breaker attachment, the smallest of Copco's new generation of SB hydraulic breakers.
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