Hydraulic Breaker

Introduction to Hydraulic Breaker
Hydraulic breaker machines have an enormous power, which is both an effective and productive machine to crush various materials. Depends on its application on the field, there are several types of Hydraulic breakers, with light, medium and heavy power capacity.
The lighter type of hydraulic breaker mostly can be operated by humans, and commonly referred to hand held hydraulic breaker. This hydarulic breaker with light power capacity is commonly used on areas that are not accessible to machine with bigger power capacity. For areas that are accessible to heavier machine, heavy hydraulic hammer can be installed on backhoes, excavators, etc.

Mechanical Operations
When using a hydraulic breaker that is not a super-light-type (hand held) and must be operated by heavy equipment machinery, the heavy equipment used to operate the hydraulic, must be adjusted to the type and capacity of the hydraulic breaker. This is directly related to machine’s performance, in this case where heavy equipment machine used must have a capacity comparable to the hydraulic breaker installed.
Power generated by hydraulic breaker is very dependent on the heavy machinery’s capabilities. Hydraulic oil flow is needed to generate power from. The capacity of the hydraulic pump determines the power supplied in the form of hydraulic oil flow’s velocity and pressures. The capacity of hydraulic power as a result of pump power, generated volumes of flow and oil pressure which is flowed to the hydraulic breaker.
Mounting kit, that can drain hydraulic oil from the machine pump to the breaker, is needed for installation of hydraulic breaker on heavy machinery. Quick coupler and pin grabbing is usually used for easier breaker positioning. Doing so will make the system less complicated and the machine can better facilitate the operation. 

Hydraulic breaker is well suited for a variety application. Mostly used in demolition, construction, mining/excavation application, such as:
  • Roadworks for both concrete and asphalt
  • Digging for foundation placement to find and destroy obstructing boulders, rocks, other foundation, etc.
  • For demolishing bridge, etc.
  • Etc.