Three new heavy hydraulic breakers with PowerAdapt and optimized power-to-weight ratio
At Bauma 2010 fair Atlas Copco are introducing three new heavy hydraulic breaker models with PowerAdapt and optimized power-to-weight ratio. The HB 2000 with its service weight of 2000 kg offers 10% more power than its predecessor, the HB 2200. The new HB 3100 and HB 4700 with a service weight of 3100 and 4700 kg, respectively, deliver 5% and 13% more power than their predecessor models.
All three hydraulic breakers are equipped with the PowerAdapt system which shuts down the breaker in case the oil pressure is too high. This supports the customer in making full use of the equipment in terms of efficiency and power.
The improved guide system of the hydraulic breakers provides a better stability and resistance to tough operating conditions. A new retaining bar provides a better protection especially in the lower part of the hydraulic breaker which has to take a lot of wear and tear.
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Atlas Copco is an industrial group with world-leading positions in compressors, construction and mining equipment, power tools and assembly systems. The Group delivers sustainable solutions for increased customer productivity through innovative products and services. Founded 1873, the company is based in Stockholm, Sweden, and has a global reach spanning more than 170 countries. In 2009, Atlas Copco had about 30 000 employees and revenues of BSEK 64 (BEUR 6.0). Learn more at http://www.atlascopco.com/
Atlas Copco Construction Tools is a division within Atlas Copco´s Construction and Mining Technique business area. It develops, manufactures and markets hydraulic, pneumatic, and petrol-driven equipment for demolition, recycling, compaction, rock drilling and concrete applications. Products are marketed and sold under several brands through a worldwide sales and service organisation. The division is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, and has production units in Europe, Africa and Asia.