Billed as the only 240-volt electric breaker in the United States, the EH 75/240 weighs 57 pounds and hits with 55.2 ft.-lb. of force.
Billed as the only 240-volt electric breaker in the United States, the EH 75/240 weighs 57 pounds and hits with 55.2 ft.-lb. of force. It delivers a percussion rate of 1,275 blows per minute and is said to meet the performance of 60- to 70-pound pneumatic hammers, but without the need to tow a compressor. The unit features a full-hood,vibration-dampening design and produces hand-arm vibration values at less than 5 m/s2.
CP 1260 and CP 1290 handheld breakers have additional features new to the company’s handheld line, including ergonomically designed handles, a flatter profile, and polyurethane front head springs.
The Minnich Hornet utility drill is designed for drilling gas leak detection and extraction holes, and features a patent-pending frame and feed cylinder to absorb drill vibrations.
The company has upgraded its 10-foot hydraulic ride-on trowel with a more powerful Tier 4-Final engine and a heavy-duty hydraulic cooling system.
Wacker has expanded its vibratory rammer line to include two models powered by a 4-cycle Honda engine.