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Simple can mean powerful
By simplifying the design as much as possible, rejecting every non-essential element, Atlas Copco believes that it has developed in the MB 1500 a medium class hydraulic breaker that will require practically no maintenance
Promove adds to breakers
Promove used the Samoter trade show to present two new hydraulic breakers in the shape of the XP 70, a 65 kg unit for use on 0.8 tonne micro excavators, and the XP 1000, a new all-rounder for 12 to 22 tonne carriers.
John Deere adds backhoe breaker
John Deere used the World of Concrete trade show to launch its first hydraulic hammer specifically designed for use on its range of backhoe loaders - the Worksite Pro HH100
Remote control for Bobcats
US readers who work in applications that require two or more people or who want to minimise adverse environmental impact on worksites now have the choice of using a Bobcat skid steer loader that features a radio remote control system.
Brokk 150C
Tailormade for helping to gut the Leed’s department store, the modified £43,000 (US$ 84,022) Brokk 150C robotic machine offers a lightweight, yet powerful and fume free, solution to the project’s demanding restraints.
Gnat-modified Brokk at work in Leeds
A hybrid Brokk robot, designed to overcome onerous weight and reach demands, is helping to convert a large Leeds, UK, department store into an upmarket shopping complex. David Hayward reports
Atlas Copco's record breaker
Atlas Copco is set to break the record for the world's largest hydraulic breaker when it presents the HB 10000 to the industry at the forthcoming Bauma trade fair in Munich at the end of April.
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