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 Badger Breaker®
| 8600
Badger Breaker®
| T8600
Badger Breaker®
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Badger Breakers® 

The MHB Badger Breaker® is a rubber-tired, self-propelled unit which carries 1,200 to 1,500 pound hammers mounted laterally in pairs with half the hammers in a forward row and the remainder diagonally offset in a rear row so that there is continuous breakage from side to side. Each pair of hammers is attached to a hydraulic lift cylinder which operates as an independent unit, develops between 1,000 and 8,000 foot pounds of energy depending upon drop height selected, and cycles at a rate of 30 to 35 impacts per minute. The eight foot wide machine carries twelve hammers eight inches in width. A wing, carrying two 1,750 to 2,000 pound hammers, can be added to each side for a total breaking width of up to 13 feet. Due to individual control of each lifting cylinder breaking can be as narrow as 2.67 feet or increased in increments to as wide as 13 feet. The typical production rate per MHB is 1 lane mile per shift when rubblizing and 2 to 3 lane miles per shift when breaking for removal.

Chassis 8' Mode 13' Mode
   Length 25' 25'
Width 100" 156"
Height 116" 116"
Weight 47,000 lbs. 57,000 lbs.
Travel Speed Range - 0 to 5 mph
Hammer Assembly 8' Mode 13' Mode
        Number of Hammers 12 16
Number of Lift Circuits 6 8
Standard Hammer Wing Hammer
    Strike Width 8" 12" to 15"
Weight 1,200 - 1,500 lbs. 1,750 - 2,000 lbs.
       Maximum Lift Height 60" 60"

Manufactured by:  U.S. Patent # 5695254
Eur. Patent # 0 858 532
2520 N Clermont St, P.O. Box 337
Antigo, Wisconsin 54409
Phone 715-627-2222 Fax 715-623-7073

Badger State Highway Equipment, Inc. reserves the right to make changes in specifications shown herein or add improvements at any time without notice or obligation.

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