Atlas Copco announces the introduction of the new hydraulic handheld breaker TEX 39H
The TEX 39H hydraulic breaker is a robust tool designed to take on tough breaking jobs. The TEX 39H makes up the range of hydraulic breakers, now including nine models in four weight classes, with a total of 24 versions available for different needs and different market demands.
“Prior to this introduction, the new breaker has been successfully tested by a number of customers”, says Jan Ohlson, product line manager at Atlas Copco Construction Tools AB in Sweden. “TEX 39H is suitable for heavy demolition and asphalt jobs, and fills the gap we had in the range and makes it now more complete.”
The TEX 39H incorporates the state-of-the-art design and experience from other Atlas Copco hydraulic handheld breakers. The great power of the TEX 39H requires the breaker to be heavier, but the extra weight has been added in such a way as to keep the slim design and good balance of the machine. For the powerful impact mechanism, a new valve system has been developed. This has fewer parts than earlier designs, a feature that leads to easier and cheaper maintenance.
To power the TEX 39H, you need a Class D (EHTMA) power source with a hydraulic oil flow of 30 l/minute and a pressure of 130 bar.
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Jan Ohlson, product line manager, Atlas Copco Construction Tools AB, Sweden
Phone: +46-8-743 96 00
Atlas Copco Construction Tools is a division within the Construction and Mining Technique business area. The company is a leading supplier of hydraulic, pneumatic and gasoline-powered breakers & drills, marketed under the Atlas Copco brand. Hydraulic and pneumatic breakers & drills are also marketed under the brand name Chicago Pneumatic. With head-office in Stockholm and manufacturing units in Sweden, Germany and India, the division employs about 1100 people. The products are sold through the Atlas Copco worldwide sales and service organization.