ONE SIZE DOES NOT FIT ALL
BTI’s CX Series Hydraulic Rock Breakers break-up concrete, soft limestone and other light-duty materials. Sizing your hydraulic breaker to the carrier is important. Whether your carrier is a skid steer or small excavator, your carrier’s operating weight and hydraulic system capabilities determine your hydraulic breaker size.
HOW TO USE THIS CHART:
If you know the working weight of the carrier you wish to mount the hydraulic hammer on, you can simply use the chart above to determine which hammer is suitable. Typically there will be two or more choices available. Looking at the chart, to the far right, you can find out the machine working weight in the “Recommended Carrier Range” column. Once you have found it, you can follow across to the left to determine hammer sizes available for your weight range. The working weight of the machine should be substantial enough to form a stable unit with the hammer mounted, but also light enough to prevent overpowering the hammer when raking and maneuvering pieces. Once you have verified which models are comparable to your weight range, you can then check our hydraulic systems capabilities.