Wacker Neuson’s new electric breaker offers a unique and powerful demolition tool to the North American plumbing and mechanical market.
Weighing only 57 pounds, the EH 65/120 exceeds the leading competitor’s electric breaker in power to weight ratio and percussion rate. It operates on a 120 Volt, 15-amp outlet or small, portable 2,500-Watt generator, that when combined with the breaker, can easily fit in the back of a service truck. The Wacker Neuson’s new EH 65 paves the way for a new class of electric tools since it can meet the performance of 60- to 70-pound pneumatic hammers, but eliminate the need to tow a compressor.
The EH 65 is light, quick and powerful, providing an efficient breaker of concrete for plumbing and mechanical applications. It hits with 47.9 foot pounds (65 Joules) and the high percussion rate of 1060 blows per minute, giving the EH 65 the highest power-to-weight ratio compared to any breaker in its size class. The EH 65/120 has first-class vibration dampening with hand arm vibration less than 5 m/s². The efficient full-hood vibration dampening system provides additional user comfort.
The EH 65’s outstanding performance and extremely high breaking output is the result of a new hollow piston percussion system with a rod striker and patented shockwave-optimized percussion system, along with the high single stroke energy. Added to the excellent performance, this new breaker has a patented full hood vibration dampening design that reduces vibration to the operator with hand-arm vibration values at less than 5 m/s². This reduced vibration along with additional vibration isolated handles and its overall light weight, allows the operator to run the unit for longer periods of time, enhancing overall production.