Hydraulic Breakers

The CH Small Series:

Model
Tool Diameter (in)
CH70
2.67
CH70EX
2.75
CH70SS
2.75
CH75
2.95
CH85
3.35
CH95
3.74
CH100
3.93
Working Weight (lbs) 640 685 948 740 1,185 1,600 1,965
Carrier Weight (lbs) 7,000 – 15,400 6,600 – 15,400 Skid Steer 8,000 – 19,800 12,100 – 24,200 17,600 – 35,200 22,000 – 35,200

Our small series breakers are highly productive tools that can handle the most extreme projects facing both the utility and municipal markets. Excavation, highway, building maintenance and demolition projects in urban areas are no match for this breaker design.

 

The CH Medium Series:

Model
Tool Diameter (in)
CH110
4.33
CH120
4.75
CH130
5.12
CH140
5.51
Working Weight (lbs) 2,600 3,200 3,725 4,620
Carrier Weight (lbs) 31,000 – 41,000 40,000 – 62,000 44,000 – 76,000 55,000 – 88,000

The robust structure and optimized power-to-weight ratio of the medium series breakers are an excellent choice for trenching and excavation projects in non-residential areas as well as rock quarry production. The medium series is also highly productive for foundation and building demolition. The streamline design is the perfect solution for narrow or deep trenches and foundations.

 

The CH Large Series:

Model
Tool Diameter (in)
CH150
5.9
CH165
6.5
CH175
6.89
CH180
7.09
CH205
8.07
Working Weight (lbs) 5,380 6,500 8,270 12,130 16,530
Carrier Weight (lbs) 61,700 – 72,800 73,000 – 99,000 88,000 – 154,000 110,000 – 190,000 154,000 – 240,000

CH large breakers provide high energy production that saves time on your toughest jobs. They are engineered for demolition projects, primary excavation and quarry, tunneling and underwater applications. Compared to conventional blasting techniques, the CH large series breakers allow for more accurate and controlled breaking and demolition.

 

The CH Difference:

  • Automatic lubricators are available for all models
  • No need for special tools: CH Series Breakers can be maintained with standard tools
  • Slip-fit tool bushings: CH bushings allow for easy maintenance and no special tools or liquid nitrogen. No need to remove the power cell from the housing in order to replace the lower bushing
  • Life-cycle affordability: CH Series Breaker offers competitive owner and operation costs
  • Steady blow energy: CH Series Breaker provides maximum breaking power with every blow
  • Boxed housing design: CH85 – CH205 come standard as a boxed-style which protects the power cell by fully enclosing the breaker. It also reduces operational noise. The box housing is optional on the CH70 and CH75 models
  • Flow-Control Valve (CH150 through CH205): The Flow-Control Valve protects the breaker from improper carrier flows
  • Three year limited warranty: Connect Work Tools stands behind the quality of the product it provides

 

Brochure:

CH Breakers Brochure (PDF)