An excavator hydraulic breaker, also known as a hydraulic hammer, is an attachment that is commonly used in demolition and construction projects. It is attached to an excavator, which provides the necessary power to operate the hydraulic breaker.
This hydraulic attachment works on the principle of hydraulics, where oil is forced through a set of valves and chambers to create high-pressure flows of hydraulic fluid. These high-pressure flows are then directed to the hydraulic breaker's chisel, which is the part of the tool that does the actual breaking work.
The moil point chisel uses the high-pressure flow of oil to generate intense forces that can break even the toughest of materials like concrete and rocks. Its efficiency and power make it a popular choice in the construction industry for tasks such as breaking up concrete foundations, rock removal, and road maintenance.
The moil point chisel comes in different sizes and types to cater to different demolition requirements. Larger machines are suitable for heavy-duty tasks, while smaller ones are ideal for smaller projects that require precise and measured work.