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Caterpillar H140D S hydraulic hammer.

* Ideally matched to Cat 325C and 330C hydraulic excavators and comparably sized machines

* Operating weight of 5,182 pounds

* Can be equipped with seven tools for maximum versatility

* Redesigned operating cycle improves performance, simplifies service

* Impact frequency of 350 to 600 blows per minute

* Automatic shutoff feature turns the hammer off when no material is beneath it, preventing blank firing and extending hammer life

* The Accumulator can be checked and recharged without removing the hammer, which reduces an operation's downtime

Visit www.cat.com or phone your local Caterpillar dealer for more information,

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