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The smallest model in Atlas Copco’s new generation of SB hydraulic breaker attachments, the SB 52 is suited for carriers in the 1,540- to 2,650-pound weight class.

November 01, 2007

The smallest model in Atlas Copco’s new generation of SB hydraulic breaker attachments, the SB 52 is suited for carriers in the 1,540- to 2,650-pound weight class. Weighing only 121 pounds, the SB 52 offers an exceptional power-to-weight ratio, delivering a maximum impact rate of 1,800 blows per minute or 20-percent more than its predecessor. The breaker operates at a pressure range of 1,450 to 2,180 pounds per square inch, and requires hydraulic oil flow of 3.2 to 8.5 gallons per minute. A slimline design enhances operator visibility and allows for easy positioning and operation in confined areas.

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