The hydraulic breaker hammer operates using the hydraulic system of the carrier machine, such as an excavator, skid steer loader, or backhoe.
It is connected to the carrier's hydraulic lines, allowing it to receive pressurized hydraulic oil that powers the internal mechanisms.
The V 45 model features a compact and robust design, making it suitable for various applications in tight and demanding working environments. Its operating weight typically ranges between 3000 to 5000 kilograms, and it delivers an impact energy of approximately 4600 joules. The impact energy is crucial as it determines the hammer's breaking force and effectiveness.
The hammer's structure consists of key components such as the main body, the front head, the piston, the tool (chisel), and the accumulator. The main body houses the internal components and protects them from external forces during operation. The front head encloses the piston and directs the impact energy towards the working surface. The piston moves up and down within the main body, driven by the hydraulic pressure, striking the tool to deliver the blows necessary to break the material.
The chisel or tool at the front end of the hammer is replaceable and comes in various shapes and sizes to suit different applications.
The tool's selection depends on the type of material to be broken and the required level of precision. High-quality, hardened steel is typically used for the tool to ensure durability and prolonged service life.
The hammer's accumulator plays a crucial role in the hydraulic system, absorbing pressure fluctuations and reducing the impact on the carrier machine. This design helps to protect both the hammer and the carrier from excessive wear and tear.
The V 45 hydraulic breaker hammer is equipped with an automatic lubrication system to ensure proper lubrication of the internal components, reducing friction and extending the hammer's longevity. Regular maintenance and greasing are essential to keep the hammer functioning optimally.