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Atlas Copco handheld hydraulic breakers.

Atlas Copco has introduced a line of hydraulic handheld breakers designed for jobs in concrete, asphalt, frozen soil, mortar and brickwork.

Available in nine models spanning five different weight classes.

* Heaviest of the four standard breakers is the 71-pound LH 39, which delivers 110 foot-pounds of blow energy at an average impact rate of 1,275 blows per minute (bpm).

* Other standard breakers include the LH 27 (producing 81 foot-pounds of energy at 1,500 bpm), the LH 22 (producing 62.7 foot-pounds of energy at 1,740 bpm) and the LH 18 (producing 48 foot-pounds of energy at 1,600 bpm).

Visit www.atlascopco.com for more information.

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Date:May 1, 2006
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