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ENR Product Snapshot: Hydraulic Breaker and Chain Vise

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The Atlas Copco SBU 220 Hydraulic Breaker has a one-piece housing, with the percussion mechanism and guide system in a single block of steel. The breaker has an operating weight of 494 lb and is intended for carriers in the 6,150-lb to 13,230-lb range. It has an impact of 720 to 1,380 blows-per-minute, with an oil flow rate of 11 to 20 gallons per minute. Atlas Copco Construction Equipment; 800-732-6762; www.atlascopco.us
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ENR's weekly look at construction products and gadgets includes a single-body hydraulic breaker and a rugged portable chain vise for jobsites. Click on the slide show for more details.  Manufacturers can send information on new products to ENR_Products@mcgraw-hill.com.

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