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Hydraulic Breaker Hammer – HBH1000S

HAWK’s hydraulic breaker hammer – HBH1000S (SIDE) is essential in mining, demolitions, excavations, and quarries as it chips away large boulders and concrete structures. Most contractors prefer using the hydraulic hammer breaker because of its high performance, and it is also why it is present on most construction sites. The brand’s hydraulic hammer rock breaker reduces manual work, relatively saves energy, and stands to its efficient but straightforward working principle. 

HAWK is also a preferred brand for its quality and versatility.

The HAWK Hydraulic Breaker Hammer Side – HBH1000S is part of the Hydraulic Breaker Hammer SIDE Series, which offer a variety of other diameters, tonnages, working flow and working pressures.

Excavator Tonnage: 10-15 Tons
Kinds: Side
Kinds of chisels: Moil point, Blunt, Flat chisel, Conical point
Chisel Quantity: 2
Work condition: Break up concrete, rock, and other hard materials.

Main Features:
1. Easy to locate and control.
2. More conducive to excavate.
3. Weight lighter, the lower risk of broken drill rode.

Applications:
1. Mining
2. Demolition
3. Construction
4. Quarry

Product Specifications

Model: HBH1000S
Excavator Weight: 10-15 Tons
Chisel Diameter: 4 in (100 mm)
Operating Weight: 1808 lbs. (820 kg)
Working Flow: 21-32 GPM (80-120 L/min)
Working Pressure: 2134-2418 PSI (150-170 kg/cm2)

Can be mounted on the following hydraulic excavators, mini-excavators and other carriers:
1. Skid steer loader
2. Backhoe loader
3. Crane
4. Telescopic handler
5. Wheel loader

By Excavator

Manufacturer Model Chisel Diameter Operating Weight Working Flow Working Pressure
Inch
(mm)
Lbs
(Kgs)
GPM
(L/min)
PSI
(kg/cm2)
HITACHI EX120 4 in
(100 mm)
1808 lbs
(820 kg)
21-32 GPM
(80-120 L/min)
2134-2418 PSI
(150-170 kg/cm2)

A hydraulic breaker hammer, also known as a hydraulic rock breaker or hydraulic hammer, is a powerful attachment used in construction and demolition work to break up concrete, rocks, asphalt, and other hard materials. It is typically mounted onto an excavator or skid steer and powered by the vehicle’s hydraulic system.

The hydraulic breaker hammer uses a piston to deliver high-pressure blows to the surface of the material, causing it to break apart. The hammer’s chisel or point is pressed against the material and the piston rapidly strikes it, creating a powerful impact. The repeated impacts quickly break apart the material, allowing it to be easily removed or excavated.

Hydraulic breaker hammers come in a range of sizes and shapes, each designed for specific applications. They are commonly used in construction, mining, and quarrying operations, as well as in road and bridge repair and demolition work.