DescriptionThe Epiroc HB2500 is the largest hydraulic breaker in our hire range and is compatible with 27 – 46 tonne excavators. It is suited to primary blast-free rock excavation and secondary rock breaking at large construction sites and quarries. It is also perfect for the demolition of reinforced concrete structures, ground levelling, foundation pile driving, and dredging.
Epiroc breakers are known for their reliability and hard-wearing nature, making them ideal for extended periods of use on-site. They have very few moving parts encased in a tough one-piece housing construction, resulting in a hydraulic breaker system that is highly unlikely to malfunction, allowing your breaker to work harder and longer.
Moreover, this hydraulic hammer is one of the quietest on the market due to its acoustically insulated elastic damping elements and non-metallic suspension of percussion mechanism, which reduces noise and vibration levels significantly. Its energy recovery system also contributes to this as the piston recoil energy reduces vibration and also boosts performance for heavy breaking tasks.
Epiroc heavy breakers are outstanding performers due to their features:
- Auto Control (adjusts stroke length – optimising performance)
- Auto Start and Auto Stop modes (easy positioning and blank firing protection)
- Intelligent protection system (automatically optimises performance and chisel durability)
- Reinforced breaker box
- Hard-wearing precision parts
- Vibro-silence system (low vibration and noise levels)
- Energy recovery (enhance performance and lower unwanted vibration)
- Air inlet (for underwater or tunnelling work)
- Hybrid technology (for constant high-impact energy)
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