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Hitachi launch new hydraulic breaker range

Hitachi FXJ 375 hydraulic breaker

Latest attachments designed for use on full range of Zaxis excavators from ZX10 to ZX890 models

HITACHI have introduced a new range of high-performance hydraulic breakers specially designed for their full line of Zaxis excavators. The latest attachments can be fitted and maintained by Hitachi-trained service engineers, ensuring maximum productivity, high performance and low total cost of ownership for the end-user.   

According to Hitachi, the high-quality materials and production processes used to manufacture the breakers mean they are lightweight yet extremely durable, and offer higher than ever impact energy, thanks to the nitrogen-charged back head for superior energy transfer to where it is needed the most.

The slim design of the new hydraulic breakers ensures easy accessibility in demolition work, whilst also providing high levels of efficiency and productivity in quarrying applications. In such environments, the top damper reduces noise and vibration, resulting in a less intrusive and more environmentally friendly job site, as well as reduced operator fatigue and less machine wear and tear.

The new breakers are designed to work longer and more efficiently than other branded attachments on the market, say Hitachi, with the serviceable floating rod seal minimizing dust ingress and resulting in an extended lifetime.

For easy maintenance, the mono-block cylinder, which features a replaceable cylinder liner, has been specifically developed to reduce the number of parts in the attachment. The front head design includes a replaceable thrust bushing for extended service life and auto-lube is fitted as standard on the FXJ125 model and above.

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