Hydraulic Breakers for ConcreteHydraulic breakers for concrete BW26S is compact and has very high performance in relation to its weight. It is designed for tough jobs of breaking strong concrete, asphalt, frozen ground, ramming jobs, etc. BW26S comes standard with the WIPIN vibration-reduced handle. It is available both as 30......
Powerful concussion, slight rebound
Anti Vibration Handle
Available in certain models for ease of use
No tool exhaust
Hydraulic breakers for concrete
BW26S is compact and has very high performance in relation to its weight. It is designed for tough jobs of breaking strong concrete, asphalt, frozen ground, ramming jobs, etc. BW26S comes standard with the WIPIN vibration-reduced handle. It is available both as 30 lpm models. It can work with WP18-40, WP23-40 and WP30-60 POWER PACKS.
It is especially used by contractors, armies, asphalt companies, supply companies, rental etc. The breaker can be connected to the HPP-series and other hydraulic power sources. Other tool sizes on request.
1. Small. light, easy to move
2. Powerful concussion, slight rebound.
3. Low noise. Quieter operation than pneumatic tools allows for use in sensitive areas
4. Multiple hammer for choice.
5. No tool exhaust
6. Hydraulic oil provide continuous lubrication of internal parts for longer service life
7. Modular, rebuildable design platform improves serviceability
8. Anti Vibration handles are available in certain models for ease of use.
How to use
When connecting this breaker to a power source other than WIPIN23-40 power unit, make sure the power source you intend to use is within the range (oil flow, pressure etc.) prescribed above.
●The breaker and the breaking target should be at a right angle.
Press down the breaker with your body weight.
Grip the control lever and start hammering.
●Do not hammer the same place for over 30 seconds.
If the target object does not break within 30 seconds, change the hammering point.
●Do not blank hammering for over 10 seconds.
●Stop the power pack when the job has completed.
●Push up the tool so the piston return to the position.
●Detach the extension hoses.
●Attach both couplers which are on the breaker together to prevent dust and dirt entering.
●Unlock Latch, remove the tool from the main body.
● Remove mud and dirt on breaker thoroughly.
◆ Long tool life with minimal maintenance
Check before each operation.
1. Check if there is any oil leakage from hoses or breaker itself.
2. Check if there are any crack or damage in tools.