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Breaking under water
P.Aul. Immobiliare, based in Olbia, northeast Sardinia, is a specialist in marine works, earthmoving and demolition, and was engaged to restyle the port of Poltu Quatu on the island of Sardinia
Hydraulic breakers - on the up? Lindsay Gale reports on this market segment.
Lower cost of ownership. This is one of the main drivers that breaker manufacturers now have to respond to. Lindsay Gale reports on this market segment
Revised AEM breaker safety manual now available
The AEM has released a completely updated safety manual that covers the use of hydraulic breakers used on carriers of all types
Smoothing the way for light breakers
Atlas Copco has introduced the first automatic lubrication system for machine-mounted breakers weighing less than 500 kg
Montabert introduces V4500 automatic two speed breaker
Montabert has introduced its largest ever automatic two speed breaker, the V4500
Husqvarna launches light-weight demolition robot
The DXR 140 demolition robot from Husqvarna weighs just under 1 tonne and features a compact design
Sandvik introduces two medium breakers
Sandvik has announced the introduction of two new medium class breakers in the shape of the 2,350 kg (5,170 lb) BR3288 and 3,380 kg (7,436 lb) BR4099
Alicon breakers new from Daemo
Daemo has introduced the mid range Alicon series of hydraulic breakers at the world's largest construction trade show
Tabe adds to ranges
Tabe will showcase a number of new attachments during Bauma 2010
Bauma launches from Doosan
A number of new products from Doosan companies will be on show in Munich
EXCLUSIVE: Sandvik unveils 'Basic' breakers
Sandvik has launched an easy-to-service, no-frills range of breakers, aimed at emerging markets.
Hitting the sweet spot
Sandvik BR4511 breaker clears British Sugar factory
Steve Skinner reports on a move to quieter, more carrier-friendly hydraulic breakers
While there’s an underlying trend for bigger and more powerful hydraulic breakers, there is also a move towards quieter, more carrier-friendly systems.
FRD rips into demolition with new concept
Furukawa Rock Drill will show a new concept demolition tool in the shape of its XCENTRIC Ripper series of attachments that are said to be more productive than a trdational breaker
Pushing power: The latest trends in the breakers sector. Becca Wilkins reports.
Manufacturing hydraulic breakers with increased output power and lower operating costs remains the focus in the current economic climate. Becca Wilkins reports on the latest trends in the sector.
Mastering water - Steve Skinner reports on some of the world’s largest projects
Bypassing, harnessing or resisting the world’s rivers and seas represents a unique challenge. Steve Skinner reports on the needs and solutions behind some of the world’s largest and most spectacular construction projects.
Warranty Extension
Atlas Copco has extended the warranty on its light and medium hydraulic breakers to three years. The newly developed 1+2program is free of charge for all SB and MB range hydraulic breakers purchased after July 1, 2009.
Break on the quiet
Sandvik has unveiled two new breakers for the global market featuring noise and vibration damping, and sound suppression systems
Demolition Bucket
Montabert's new picBucket combines the power of a breaker with the manoeuvrability of a bucket.
Flexible future: A round up of the global breakers industry.
Demand for bigger breakers is cooling in the midst of the economic crisis. Contractors are thinking twice about investing in large construction equipment and so breaker manufacturers are turning their attention to making more flexible models.
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