Weighing in at 57 pounds, Model BH 65 gasoline breaker offers a new, compact design with redesigned hood and handles for operator comfort.
Weighing in at 57 pounds, Model BH 65 gasoline breaker offers a new, compact design with redesigned hood and handles for operator comfort. It features an improved cooling system that uses an air deflector to transfer cool air to the percussion system. The self-contained unit hits with a single stroke impact of 47.9 ft.-lb./blow at a rate of 1,250 blows per minute; it does not require a generator or compressor. Its fuel cap has been repositioned to allow the tank to be filled when the unit is upright or lying on the ground.
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