TABE's four new breakers

By Patrick Hill15 April 2009

The AGB-18 weighs 1850 kg and suits carriers weighing 24 - 28 t.

The AGB-18 weighs 1850 kg and suits carriers weighing 24 - 28 t.

At Intermat will be the latest additions - the AGB-10 and AGB-18 - to TABE's heavy-duty hammer range. Joining the AGB-15 are the 950 kg AGB-10, which is suitable for excavators weighing from 10 to 16 t, and the 1850 kg AGB-18, which is for 24 to 28 t machines. Both new breakers feature TABE's coupling system that eliminates tie rods, which prevents breakages and breakdowns, said the Spainish company.

At the low end of mid-sized range is the new, 600 kg AGB-575, suitable for 8 to 15 t carriers. TABE has also added to its Beta range with the 163 kg β10, the smallest model of the Beta series, and suitable for machines weighing 1.5 to 3.5 t.

In the light range will be the new AGB-95, weighing 95 kg. It uses "pure" hydraulic technology, said TABE, and joins the other six models, spanning 80 to 410 kg in weight, of the range.
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