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Hydraulic Breakers

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About our Hydraulic Breakers

Compact size and high power-to-weight ratio let these breakers handle tasks that others can’t. Narrow overall shape lets these breakers work in tight quarters and on crowded jobsites.

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Product Models Include:

HH20



 

Key Features & Specs

  • True hydraulic hammer operating cycle
  • Low recoil
  • No hydraulic surge
  • High power-to-weight ratio
  • Impact energy: 35 kg/m (253 lb.-ft.)
  • Adjustable blows per minute: 450–1,000 BPM
  • Required oil flow: 26–50 L/min. (6.86–13.2 gpm)
  • Nitrogen gas pressure: 10–14 bar (140–200 psi)

The narrow overall shape lets the HH20 work in tight quarters, on crowded jobsites, and in places other breakers can’t. With few seals and moving parts, and no special tools necessary for repair, Worksite Pro breakers provide unsurpassed durability and simplified maintenance.

Like all Worksite Pro attachments, this breaker is optimized to work with John Deere skid steers, compact track loaders, and compact excavators, and is compatible with most competitive models. Plus, it’s backed by a one-year warranty and one-of-a-kind parts and service.



 

Breaker Tools

  1. Blunt point: Quarry work and rock breaking
  2. Moil point: Trench work and 152–457 mm (6–18 in.) concrete removal
  3. Chisel point: Concrete flatwork, walls, around rebar, or precut line
  4. Frost wedge: Frost and some foundry (aluminum and copper) applications

    Not all tools available for all breakers. See your dealer for details.

HH40



 

Key Features & Specs

  • Low recoil
  • No hydraulic surge
  • True hydraulic hammer operating cycle
  • High power-to-weight ratio
  • Impact energy: 59 kg/m (427 lb.-ft.)
  • Adjustable blows per minute: 380–1,000 BPM
  • Required oil flow: 35–70 L/min. (9.24–18.48 gpm)
  • Nitrogen gas pressure: 16–18 bar (230–260 psi)

The narrow overall shape lets the HH40 work in tight quarters, on crowded jobsites, and in places other breakers can’t. With few seals and moving parts, and no special tools necessary for repair, Worksite Pro breakers provide unsurpassed durability and simplified maintenance.

Like all Worksite Pro attachments, this breaker is optimized to work with John Deere skid steers, compact track loaders, and compact excavators, and is compatible with most competitive models. Plus, it’s backed by a one-year warranty and one-of-a-kind parts and service..



 

Breaker Tools

  1. Blunt point: Quarry work and rock breaking
  2. Moil point: Trench work and 152–457 mm (6–18 in.) concrete removal
  3. Chisel point: Concrete flatwork, walls, around rebar, or precut line
  4. Frost wedge: Frost and some foundry (aluminum and copper) applications

    Not all tools available for all breakers. See your dealer for details.

HH60



 

Key Features & Specs

  • High power-to-weight ratio
  • Low recoil
  • Field serviceable
  • True hydraulic hammer operating cycle
  • Impact energy: 74 kg/m (532 lb.-ft.)
  • Adjustable blows per minute: 380–900 BPM
  • Required oil flow: 40–80 L/min. (10.16–20.32 gpm)
  • Nitrogen gas pressure: 16–18 bar (230–260 psi)

These breakers don't use a high-pressure accumulator for power; instead they use a gas-assist cycle and utilize the hydraulic system for most of the firing power. With few seals and moving parts, and no special tools necessary for repair, Worksite Pro breakers provide unsurpassed durability and simplified maintenance.

Like all Worksite Pro attachments, this breaker is optimized to work with John Deere skid steers, compact track loaders, and compact excavators, and is compatible with most competitive models. Plus, it's backed by a one-year warranty and one-of-a-kind parts and service.



 

Breaker Tools

  1. Blunt point: Quarry work and rock breaking
  2. Moil point: Trench work and 152–457 mm (6–18 in.) concrete removal
  3. Chisel point: Concrete flatwork, walls, around rebar, or precut line
  4. Frost wedge: Frost and some foundry (aluminum and copper) applications

    Not all tools available for all breakers. See your dealer for details.

HH80



 

Key Features & Specs

  • True hydraulic hammer operating cycle
  • High power-to-weight ratio
  • Field serviceable
  • Low recoil
  • Impact energy: 107 kg/m (770 lb.-ft.)
  • Adjustable blows per minute: 400–1,100 BPM
  • Required oil flow: 45–90 L/min. (11.88–23.76 gpm)
  • Nitrogen gas pressure: 10–14 bar (140–200 psi)

These breakers don't use a high-pressure accumulator for power; instead they use a gas-assist cycle and utilize the hydraulic system for most of the firing power. With few seals and moving parts, and no special tools necessary for repair, Worksite Pro breakers provide unsurpassed durability and simplified maintenance.

Like all Worksite Pro attachments, this breaker is optimized to work with John Deere skid steers, compact track loaders, and compact excavators, and is compatible with most competitive models. Plus, it's backed by a one-year warranty and one-of-a-kind parts and service.



 

Breaker Tools

  1. Blunt point: Quarry work and rock breaking
  2. Moil point: Trench work and 152–457 mm (6–18 in.) concrete removal
  3. Chisel point: Concrete flatwork, walls, around rebar, or precut line
  4. Frost wedge: Frost and some foundry (aluminum and copper) applications

    Not all tools available for all breakers. See your dealer for details.

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