Hydraulic breakers are the oldest hydraulic attachments for carriers. The first serial manufactured rock breaker was the Krupp HM 400 in 1967 and the patent was secured in 1963. Hydraulic breakers are impact devices designed to break any kind of rock or concrete with any hardness or physical property. They have a wide range of applications such as demolition, deconstruction, primary rock excavation, secondary rock breaking, trenching, foundation work, asphalt cutting and many others.
Today our excavator hydraulic hammers are available from ~ 50 kg to more than 10,000 kg of operating weight for any kind of carrier. Over sixty years of development of the breaker hammers has produced advances at different levels, such as self-lubricating systems, sound & vibration damped systems, automatic rock hardness adjusting systems, energy recovery, solid body concept and much more.
SB hydraulic breakers are slim, compact and simple to handle, making them extremely versatile. Combining superior efficiency and performance with high reliability and serviceability.
Choose a SB hydraulic breaker as your partner for a huge range of tasks. Suitable for most carriers like excavators, backhoe and skid steer loaders as well as demolition robots, it will get the job done – quickly and economically!
Medium and Heavy hydraulic breakers are efficient and highly adaptable products, making them extremely versatile. Combining superior efficiency and performance with high durability and low impact on the environment.
Choose our hydraulic breakers as your partner for a huge range of tasks. Suitable for a wide range of carriers like wheeled and crawler excavators will get the job done – quickly and economically!
Epiroc small hydraulic breaker SB 302 demolition of a light concrete structure.
Epiroc with his HB 3600 hydraulic breaker. Our Heavy Breakers are highly adapted for primary blast-free rock excavation and secondary rock breaking on construction sites and in quarries, surface and underground mines as well as primary demolition of massive reinforced concrete structures.