Side Breaker Hammer
HAWK’s OEM side-type hydraulic hammer breaker is a versatile and reliable tool for cutting mountain peaks and mining sites. They are easy to maintain and repair, with a simple structure that is not prone to malfunction. As a result, side breakers are ideal for those who need a dependable tool that can withstand heavy use.
In addition, HAWK’s side-type hydraulic hammer breaker is durable and easy to operate, making it the best option for anyone needing a reliable tool for breaking through rock or concrete. Whether you’re looking for a powerful side-type hydraulic rock hammer breaker for commercial use or a reliable tool for your home workshop, HAWK has the perfect solution.
Compatible with various brands of excavators and backhoe loaders, this equipment helps protect the breaker from fracture damage. Through-bolt and cylinder are well heat treated, making the breaker more durable and long-lasting. The breaker can withstand even the most challenging jobs thanks to its properties.
In order to achieve a more perfect fit, HAWK can customize the size according to the needs of customers.
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Q. What’s the difference between demolition and a rotary hammer?
A. A demolition hammer is a heavy-duty power tool typically used to break up concrete, masonry or rock. It delivers a high-impact pounding force to the material, making it ideal for breaking up large chunks of material. Demolition hammers are also often used to remove tile, set nails or remove stubborn bolts. Because they deliver a high level of force, demolition hammers can be challenging to control and can cause serious injury if not used with caution. This explains why they’re often used only by experienced professionals.
When you talk about rotary hammers, you refer to a robust tool that combines drilling and hammering action. It uses a piston-like mechanism to generate both pounding and rotational forces, making it ideal for drilling into tougher materials like concrete or brick. Rotary hammers also typically have more variable speed settings than demolition hammers, making them more versatile and easier to use for drilling and hammering applications. Like demolition hammers, rotary hammers can be challenging to control and can cause serious injury if not used properly. As a result, they are also typically only used by experienced professionals.
Q. Can you use a side breaker hammer in worksites with harsh conditions?
A. Yes, you can. This equipment is built for rugged use. It’s exceptionally resistant to wear and tear, making them best for tough and challenging projects.
Q. Which payment terms can we accept?
A. Normally we can work on T/T or L/C terms, sometimes DP terms.
1). On T/T term, 30% advance payment is required and a 70% balance shall be settled before shipment.
2). On L/C term, a 100% irrevocable L/C without “soft clauses” can be accepted. Please contact directly with our customer representatives for the specific payment term.
Q. What logistics way for product delivery?
A. 1).90% in shipment by sea, to all main continents such as South America, Middle East, Africa, Oceania and Europe, etc.
2). For neighborhood countries of China, including Russia, Mongolia, Uzbekistan etc., we can ship by road or railway.
3). For light parts in urgent need, we can deliver in international courier service, including DHL, TNT, UPS or FedEx.
Q. What are your warranty terms?
A. We provide a 12-month or 2000 working hours structural warranty on all our products, except failure caused by improper installation, operation or maintenance, accident, damage, misuse or non HAWK modification, and normal wear.
Q. What is your lead time?
A. We aim to provide customers with a fast lead time. We understand emergencies happen and priority production should be preferred for a faster turnaround. A stock order lead time is 3-5 working days, while custom orders are within 1-2 weeks. Contact HAWK products so we can provide an accurate lead time based on situations.