All Breakers - Hand-Held Articles
Tool manufacturer adds new cordless demolition hammer, mitre saw and angle grinder
Hilti has expanded its rotary and combination hammer tool range with the release of the TE 70-ATC/AVR
Sustainable productivity solutions specialist adds two lighter models with reduced air consumption
With a range of variable such as fuel consumption, operating costs, maintenance and weight to consider, making a breaker that will appeal to rental companies depends hugely on product development
New drills and breakers offer three options to cover road, rail and drilling applications
Launching in 2015, new rammer range said to be emission-free and easy to use
Chicago Pneumatic has introduced the Red Hawk Road gas (petrol) powered breaker to the North American market.
Company launches two handheld breakers to the North American market: the CP 1260 and CP 1290.
French manufacturer MAC3, led by former Sullair Europe managers, adds portable compressors to its range of pneumatic tools.
Hand arm vibration (HAV) safety specialist Reactec is advising companies to invest in constant HAV monitoring in order to meet health and safety requirements.
Atlas Copco has introduced four new hand-held breakers that significantly reduce vibration emissions
Two pages of new cutting, breaking and sawing products from companies including Husqvarna, Hilti, Atlas Copco, DEWALT, Stanley, Makita, ICS, Wacker Neuson, Stone and EDT Eurodima.
Bauma is where Atlas Copco starts to really push its Chicago Pneumatic brand in Europe. Having already rebranded its Irmair compressors as Chicago Pneumatic in Europe, the company will use Bauma to show a wide range of gensets and compressors as well as a selection of handheld tools and breakers and light concreting and compaction equipment.
Sullair Corporation plans to close its portable compressor and pneumatic tool factory in Montbrison, France later this year. Workers at the site are currently on strike as discussions with Sullair continue.
Sullair has made some adjustments to its PAC80 low pressure compressor including a frame design that allows the unit to be stacked and a raised fuel tank to make it easier to refuel.
Danish hydraulic tool specialist Hycon has launched a small powerpack and 15 kg breaker comination that it hopes will compete head on with electric breakers.
Speedy Hire is offering its customers a hand arm vibration (HAV) monitoring device that can be attached to almost any hand-held tool and used to alert users and employers about levels of vibration.
Hilti has launched a new 11.8 kg breaker with “exceptionally low” triaxial vibration levels of 6.5 m/s2.
Manufacturers are deploying advanced electronics and innovative mechanicals to make powered hand tools more effective and safer.