Rammer's new boom mounted breaker

By Lindsay Gale07 October 2014

Rammer launched a new dedicated breaker boom at the recent Steinexpo show in the shape of the B300, which makes use of a 215 kg (693 lb) Rammer 777 hammer. The new pedestal mounted dedicated boom provides a maximum reach of 4.2 m (13.8 ft) and 360° rotation for optimum flexibility.

The radio-controlled unit features oversized Expander pins and robust pivot points for greater wear resistance; and centralised, manual greasing and maintenance-free bearings for ease of servicing. All hoses are fully protected for resistance to wear and impact. According to the company, the B300 has been specifically designed for mobile crusher applications.

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