Wimmer Topcut in action

By Lindsay Gale12 March 2008

A Wimmer Topcut 800 U in action during demolition in Salzbug's stadium in 2006. The Topcut with universal jaw as pictured is the most frequently sold variant, by virtue of its versatility. However, customers have been asking for a wider jaw opening and this led Wimmer to develop the H-jaw variant. The U-jaw was extended with claws on the face side and three mutually engaging breaking teeth increase the opening width by about 30% and behave as a “preliminary crusher”. The highly efficient U-jaw is also now available as part of the H-jaw for thick concrete walls and pillars.

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