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The HP25000 breaker attachment is Indeco’s biggest HP Series hydraulic hammer built to date. The maker says several models are already sold around the world, largely to quarry users dealing with extreme material hardness or volume of material, or who plan to a significant reduction in their use of explosives.

June 01, 2009

Indeco HP25000 hydraulic hammerThe HP25000 breaker attachment is Indeco’s biggest HP Series hydraulic hammer built to date. The maker says several models are already sold around the world, largely to quarry users dealing with extreme material hardness or volume of material, or who plan to a significant reduction in their use of explosives. The HP25000, which can hit with 18,400 foot-pounds of force, is suited to use with excavators in the 135-ton range. The HP Series’ new casing shape is reinforced for improved strength and durability. The breaker automatically modulates the power and the frequency of hammer blows to match the hardness of the material to be broken.

 
 

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The HP25000 breaker attachment is Indeco’s biggest HP Series hydraulic hammer built to date. The maker says several models are already sold around the world, largely to quarry users dealing with extreme material hardness or volume of material, or who plan to a significant reduction in their use of explosives.

Indeco North America expanded its HP Series breaker attachments with the largest hydraulic breaker in the world, the new 24,370-pound Indeco HP 25000. The 25,000-foot-pound-rated hydraulic hammer is 10 feet 10 inches tall and handles tool diameters more than 10 inches.

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