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Ingersoll Rand

With the addition of the SC-50 model, Ingersoll Rand introduced new features to the established Tramac SC breaker series. Two strong retaining pins and locks keep the bushing and tool in place, while an automatic pressure regulator feature ensures constant energy with every blow. A fully enclosed, reinforced and dampened cradle reduces noise and vibrations that can be transferred back to the ca...

November 01, 2007

With the addition of the SC-50 model, Ingersoll Rand introduced new features to the established Tramac SC breaker series. Two strong retaining pins and locks keep the bushing and tool in place, while an automatic pressure regulator feature ensures constant energy with every blow. A fully enclosed, reinforced and dampened cradle reduces noise and vibrations that can be transferred back to the carrier. With an operating weight of 1,102 pounds and an operating pressure of 1,881 pounds per square inch, the Tramac SC-50 fits carriers from 14,000 to 30,000 pounds.

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