Atlas Copco has been well know for its boom mounted hydraulic demolition breakers but they now offer a handheld hydraulic breaker as well. With five models to choose from an available hydraulic power pack as well. You will find everything you need from Atlas Copco.
Handheld Hydraulic Breaker & Drills
LH 11 Handheld Hydraulic Pick Hammers
The LH 11 D-handle breaker is ideal for horizontal work in brick, mortar and light concrete. It is one of the most powerful pick hammers on the market, featuring an impact energy of 25 joules and impact rate of 2,400 blows/min. With its detachable front handle, the LH 11 is a popular choice for renovation, demolition and structural alteration jobs.
LH 18/19 E Handheld Hydraulic Breakers
Used to break brickwork, frozen soil, asphalt concrete, as well as for tamping and compaction. Delivering 65 joules at 1,600 blows/min (average), the LH 18/19 E are very effective tools. The breakers are popular with contractors and rentals for indoor and outdoor renovation and demolition jobs. And they are the preferred choice for major railroad companies.
LH 22/23 E Handheld Hydraulic Breakers
Among the best general purpose medium weight breakers available in the 25-28 kg (55-62 lb) range the LH 22/23 E are used by leading rental companies around the world. These breakers are commonly used with a 5″ asphalt chisel for road building and maintenance applications, but also work well in brickwork, frozen soil and concrete. Can be used with both 30 l/min and l/min power packs
LH 27/28 E Handheld Hydraulic Breakers
These breakers give you heavy-duty breaking in frozen soil, asphalt and reinforced concrete and are considered to be the best in their class. Delivering 110 joules at 1,500 blows/min. (average) the LH 27 and LH 28 E are powerful and highly effective. They work at a standard flow rate of 30 l/min. and at 20 l/min with a simple adjustment.
LH 39/40 E Handheld Hydraulic Breakers
Hitting at 150 joules and delivering an average of 1,275 blows/min, the LH 39 and LH 40 E are among the most powerful handheld breakers in the world. They are used for the most demanding jobs in heavy asphalt, reinforced concrete and foundations. Popular with contractors throughout North and South America as well as South Africa, the often replace mini-excavators with mounted breaker attachments
LHD 23 Handheld Hydraulic Rock Drill
This lightweight tool is designed for drilling blast, anchor and rock-splitting holes. Used for example by contractors, armies and utilities who want convenient and effi cient drilling without large compressors. With standard integral steel, it drills diameters of up to 50 mm (2”) and depths down to approx. 6 m (33 ft) by using hydraulic power for impact and rotation. A small additional compressor is needed for fl ushing. Without airflushing, it can be operated wholly by hydraulics and can drill holes of down to 1 m (3.3 ft) with a spiral hammer drill.