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Atlas Copco Introduces New Compact Breaker For Micro Carriers
September 10th, 2010
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Company: Atlas Copco Construction Equipment
WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Atlas Copco Construction Tools LLC introduces the SB 52, the smallest model in its new generation of SB hydraulic breaker attachments. The new breaker is ideal for light demolition and landscaping applications, and is designed to hit harder and faster while improving reliability.
Suitable for small carriers in the 1,540- to 2,650-pound weight class, the 121-pound SB 52 offers an exceptional power-to-weight ratio. The breaker’s slimline design enhances operator visibility and allows for easy positioning and operation in confined spaces such as inside buildings or in narrow trenches.
The SB 52 delivers a maximum impact rate of 1,800 blows per minute, a 20-percent increase over its predecessor. The breaker operates at a pressure range of 1,450 to 2,180 psi and requires hydraulic oil flow of 3.2 to 8.5 gallons per minute.
The unique solid body concept of the Atlas Copco SB range features a one-piece design that contains all integral parts in the same iron alloy casting for exceptional strength and reliability. The SB 52 is lighter than competitive models and has fewer parts as it does not utilize side bolts and separate components for the front head, cylinder and back head.
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