One of the key features of the Montabert V1200 is its 122mm chisel tool.
The chisel is the primary working tool of the hydraulic hammer, responsible for breaking and demolishing rocks or concrete. With a diameter of 122mm, the chisel provides a wide impact surface, enabling efficient and effective rock fracturing.
The Montabert V1200 hydraulic hammer breaker is known for its high productivity and impact force. It delivers powerful blows to the material being broken, allowing for rapid excavation and demolition. The V1200 is capable of generating an impact energy of up to 1200 joules, making it suitable for a wide range of heavy-duty applications.
Durability is a critical factor when it comes to hydraulic breakers, and the Montabert V1200 is built to withstand demanding conditions. The tools are manufactured using high-quality materials and undergo rigorous heat treatment processes to ensure their strength and longevity. The 122mm chisel tool is designed to resist wear and withstand the extreme forces encountered during rock-breaking operations, ensuring extended tool life and reduced downtime.
The Montabert V1200 hydraulic hammer breaker features an advanced hydraulic system that optimizes performance and efficiency.
The hydraulic system utilizes high-pressure oil to deliver power to the chisel, allowing for precise and controlled impacts. The V1200 is compatible with various hydraulic systems and excavators, ensuring compatibility and ease of integration into existing equipment fleets.
The hydraulic hammer breaker is equipped with an automatic lubrication system, which enhances the longevity and reliability of the tool. The system ensures that the chisel and other crucial components are properly lubricated, reducing friction and wear. This feature minimizes maintenance requirements and maximizes uptime on the job site.
Safety is paramount in any construction or mining operation, and the Montabert V1200 incorporates several safety features. The breaker is equipped with an anti-blank firing system that prevents the hammer from firing when the chisel tip is not in contact with the material. This feature protects the operator and the equipment from unnecessary wear and tear.