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Compressor 190CFM

The Atlas Copco series 7 HardHat TM provides a reliable source of compressed air to drive pneumatic tools including Chipping hammers, Jackhammers, Nut runners, Grinding tools and Rammers. The HardHat is the perfect compressor for use in the demolition environment, due to it's tough design. Each compressor is capable of running 2 breakers at a time, each breaker comes complete with a 30m hose. Extension hoses are also available.

Atlas Copco compressors comply with the outdoor noise directive 2000/14/EC stage II. Due to their low noise rating, Series 7 HardHat TM compressors may be suitable for operation in noise sensitive environments, including near hospitals, schools and residential areas. Night operation may also be possible. The optional spillage free frame prevents fluids leaking on the ground. The frame can hold all the fluids of the entire machine. Deutz 2011 engines fully comply with COM III and EPA II exhaust emission regulations. The HardHat TM variant is made out of non-toxic and recyclable material.

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Breakers and Chippers

The Atlas Copco breaker and chipper range is simple and sturdy by design. An integrated polyurethane silencer reduces noise levels up to 8 dB(A).

Features:

  • Low weight-high productivity
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Rock Drills

This Rock Drill can handle greater hole depths. These drills include drill bits, boulder buster moils and wedges for easy breaking of rocks.

High power to weights ratio. Ideal for work in confined spaces. Adjustable flushing air valve for simple and rapid flushing. Reliable design easy maintenance.

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Moils

By using our range of compressors and rock drills, you can split large rocks safely and accuratly. Start by drilling holes in a straight line across the rock you want to split. The holes should be about 30-40cm apart and at least 40cm deep, or 40% of total height of the rock. Insert feathers and wedges along the line. Drive in each wedge a little at a time until the rock splits. Some grease applied to the wedges makes the job easier.
 
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