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ROCKTEC TX300 TERMINATOR 30000 FT LB IMPACT HAMMER 200-400 CLASS

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EXCAVATOR OR 40,000 LB PLUS WHEEL LOADER

EXCELLENT CONDITION LOW HOUR USED 30,000 LB IMPACT FOR BREAKING CONCRETE SLABS

ROCKS - BOULDERS - SLAG IN HIGH PRODUCTION

TAKE THIS HAMMER FOR $30,000.00

HAMMER WAS JUST GONE THROUGH BY S AND L WELDING AND FABRICATING IN MISSION BC WITH ANY REQUIRED REPAIRS DONE - WITH NEW HOSES INSTALLED - READY TO WORK

AS NEW 90 MM PINS WITH 17 INCHES BETWEEN THE EARS

FRANK 604-476-7777

HAMMER IS LOCATED IN LANGLEY BC

WILL SHIP IN NORTH AMERICA EXCEPT MEXICO - WE GET GREAT RATES

The Terminator is a gravity impact hammer. It functions by hydraulically lifting a forged steel weight and allowing it to freefall onto the striker pin. The striker pin directs this energy into the rock. As the weight falls it resets the cylinder, so the Terminator is ready for the next cycle. Any over-shock is absorbed by the patented buffering system. The Terminator operates with very high-energy impacts at a low strike rate. The Terminator has several important advantages over normal breaking methods Efficiency: The Terminator breaks the rock to a size suitable for feeding to the crusher with only a few hits. This is ideal for reducing large oversize efficiently with minimal over-breaking or flaking.

Production:

Production rates are at least equivalent to hydraulic breakers with small to medium-sized rocks. As the rock size increases the huge impacts delivered by the Terminator lead to significant production increases.

Low Carrier Shock:

Conventional hammers must be pressed hard against the rock to function. The weight and power of the carrier and boom are needed to stop the hydraulic hammer from pushing away from the rock. The Terminator is different. It is simply rested on the rock. Large vibrations and impact loads are no transmitted through the carrier and onto the operator. The Terminator does not cause high cycling loads in the carrier hydraulic system. There is no damage to the hydraulic pumps.

Performance Life:

The Terminator uses gravity and the distance the weight falls to generate its impact energy. No matter what the age or condition of the Terminator, it will still hit with the same forces when it was new.

Capital Cost:

The Terminator’s low hydraulic requirements and minimal shock loading make it ideal for carriers near the end of their useful service life. This gives a big advantage in the total capital cost of the breaking combination.

Noise:

Noise levels are commonly measured as total exposure over an hour. The Terminator has a similar sound level per blow as a conventional hammer, but only hits 5% of the blows per hour to achieve a similar production level. Total noise exposure levels are dramatically reduced.

Carrier Options:

Due to the low vibration, the Terminator can be mounted to wheel loaders as well as excavators and can be used in conjunction with a quick hitch. This offers improved machine maneuverability and utilization.

Maintenance:

The operating system of the Terminator is very simple. Maintenance is easily accomplished without the need for specialized technicians. Operating costs are a fraction of typical hydraulic hammer costs. With normal maintenance, there are no expensive rebuilds required.

.Longevity: The simplicity of design and ease of maintenance leads to long service life and excellent resale value