impact breaker

impact breaker

[′im‚pakt ‚brāk·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A device that utilizes the energy from falling stones in addition to power from massive impellers for complete breaking up of stone. Also known as double impeller breaker.
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All Rock Breaker Boom Systems include positioning pedestal boom, ORV Series hydraulic Impact breaker, electric power unit, operator controls, first use start-up and commissioning including operator and maintenance training.
The Accelerator is a variable speed vertical impact breaker produced by Imperial Technologies.
Scandia Maskin AS has received a contract from Statens vegvesen Buskerud (a regional unit of the Norwegian public roads administration) for an impact breaker for recycling heavy construction materials.
Type III, the heavyweight of the trio at 71,900 pounds, is equipped with a hydraulic quick-disconnect coupler, a heavy-duty bucket, a rock bucket, and an impact breaker for use in quarry operations.
A material like quartzite with a high abrasion index will not be suitable feed to an impact breaker, for example, since maintenance will be expensive and time consuming.