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Furukawa Rock Drill FX Series Breakers

FX Series breakers feature a mono-block design, and with only two moving parts, hammer operation is simplified and the chance of downtime is reduced.

April 01, 2011

FX Series breakers feature a mono-block design, and with only two moving parts, hammer operation is simplified and the chance of downtime is reduced. The advanced hydraulic circuit provides increased flow to the valve and piston, resulting in faster cycle times, increased tool penetration, and more productivity per hour than predecessor models. According to the company, there are no Through-Bolts to constantly torque or replace, and the front wear bushing is easily replaced, so the hammer is always in perfect working condition. It offers a wider oil flow range, allowing for faster striking speeds and the ability to be used on a wider range of carriers.

 
 

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FX Series breakers feature a mono-block design, and with only two moving parts, hammer operation is simplified and the chance of downtime is reduced.

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