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Demolition man

David Skillings, founder of Skillings Crushing Company speaks to Project Plant about his long-standing relationship with Rammer breakers and Rammer UK dealer Murray Plant OVER...

Breaker maintenance – say farewell to bad habits

Ralf Majchrzak, spokesperson for hydraulic attachments, Chicago Pneumatic Construction Equipment, explains how to get maximum longevity from a rig-mounted hydraulic breaker. METICULOUS maintenance of a...
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Longevity and service key to new Toku deal

BLACKWOOD Plant Hire has completed a new deal with Yarwoods for a number of top of the range products including Toku Breakers and a Kinshofer Selector...

Adapted breaker makes a splash on underwater project

ASTRA Site Services has revealed it has deployed its largest underwater breaker to date to a challenging Thames project. The firm was asked to supply...

Break from tradition: patented IPS system launched on Epiroc breakers

EPIROC has announced a “world first” patented Intelligent Protection System (IPS), which the firm said will improve hydraulic breaker performance. All of the company’s heavy...

Groundbreaking developments in earthmoving technology

Earlier this year, when the Construction News Award for Commercial Innovation of the Year went to Miller UK, the company's hydraulic breaker was thrust...
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Sandvik puts in a shift

AN Indian quarry operator is using a Sandvik BA2424 hydraulic breaker to increase basalt production at its facility in Gujarat. Amrut Quarry, a pioneering quarry...
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Ulster rollers deal

A global road construction equipment manufacturer has appointed WAC McCandless as sole Northern Irish distributor for road construction equipment. The Northern Irish company, which...
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Titanic breaker flattens bridge

RENTAL firm Sandhurst’s breakers include Atlas Copco’s titanic HB5800, a 5.8 tonne monster suitable for excavators in the 58-100 tonne class. It is used...
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50 years of breaking

THIS year sees the 50th anniversary of the introduction of the hydraulic breaker, an event being celebrated by Atlas Copco, which bought the company...

Breaking good

The new FXJ range of Furukawa hydraulic breakers has hit the UK market. Cumbernauld-based Relentless Plant has enjoyed early success with the new...

New partnerships boost expanded Worsley Plant offering

WORSLEY Plant has announced two new partnerships with Dynaset and Montabert as well as an addition to the attachment specialist's existing range of MB...
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New Indeco breaker

The latest in Indeco's range of hydraulic breakers, the HP 2750 was specifically designed and manufactured to meet the needs of a few emerging...
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A break with tradition

Furukawa's high performance breakers have lacked the service and support they deserve, in the UK. But that's all changing now says distributor ECY Haulmark. DEMOLITION...
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Anatomy of a quality steel

One breaker steel looks much like another, so it can be difficult to make sensible judgements about quality. Linlithgow-based Rock Force shared some of...

Rammer Hammer the “obvious choice” for hire firm

A Cheshire hire firm recently took delivery of the new 7-tonne Rammer Hammer breaker, thanks to Murray Plant. The Paisley-based dealer, which was acquired by...

Firing on all cylinders

FOUR Atlas Copco heavy and medium breakers have been impressing on a project at  Scout Moor Quarry in Lancashire. Bury-based M&A Crushing and Screening bought...
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Range extension targets efficiency

DOOSAN Infracore Construction Equipment has added two new models to the company’s range of hydraulic breakers for use on Doosan wheeled and crawler excavators...

Rammer time: hydraulic hammers put to work at limestone quarry

A Rammer BR4099 and BR3288 have been purchased by Creeton Quarry, part of the Johnson Quarry Group, to help process material at their Jurassic limestone...

Brokk rocks bauma with ‘world’s smallest’ demolition robot

MANUFACTURER Brokk has launched ‘the smallest demolition robot in the world’ at bauma 2019. The Brokk 70 is described as the ‘perfect solution’ for bringing...

“People will put their money where it makes sense”

ACCORDING to Andy Black, founder of Relentless Plant Services, breakers now make up about 40% of the flourishing firm's business. This is partly due to...

Brokk breaks into the market

BROKK has launched its own series of hydraulic breakers, featuring eight different models matched with the firm’s range of demolition robots. The new Brokk Hydraulic...
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