One of the standout features of the SB147P is its total length of 3220mm.
This length provides an optimal balance between power and maneuverability, making it suitable for a wide range of tasks, from road construction and tunneling to quarrying and mining. The longer design allows for better reach and access to hard-to-reach areas, while still maintaining stability and control during operation.
At the core of the SB147P's performance is its advanced hydraulic system. The hammer is powered by hydraulic pressure, allowing it to generate high impact energy and deliver powerful blows. This results in efficient material fragmentation and faster work progress, ultimately increasing productivity on the job site.
Moreover, the hydraulic system of the SB147P is equipped with various safety features to protect both the equipment and the operator. These safety mechanisms help prevent overloading, reduce vibrations, and regulate the oil flow to avoid potential damage to the hammer and the carrier machine.
The SB147P also comes with replaceable wear parts, such as the chisel, which ensures easy maintenance and extends the lifespan of the breaker.
The availability of spare parts and easy serviceability contribute to its cost-effectiveness and long-term reliability.
To ensure compatibility with different carriers, the SB147P is available in various mounting options, including skid-steer loaders, excavators, backhoe loaders, and more.
The hammer's versatility allows contractors to use it across multiple machines, optimizing its utilization on different projects and reducing the need for investing in multiple breakers.
The hammer's energy impact class and frequency are critical aspects that determine its performance capabilities. The SB147P is designed to deliver high impact energy, enabling it to break tough materials efficiently. Additionally, the optimal frequency ensures stable and consistent blows, contributing to precise and controlled operations.
The SB147P's noise and vibration levels are well within acceptable limits, adhering to industry standards and regulations. Reduced noise and vibration not only promote a safer working environment for the operator but also reduce the risk of damage to the carrier machine.