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Atlas Copco offers a broad range of handheld working tools, with the highest level of quality. Shank steels are produced to ISO 1180 dimensional tolerances, ensuring correct fit between the tool bushing, tested and approved for use on the Atlas Copco breakers. You can set them to work on the toughest job sites and for the most complex applications, as they have been manufactured with the same quality standards as your Atlas Copco breakers. And as with the main breaker parts, you can find the part number clearly stamped even after use, for you reference. The working tools are manufactured from low-carbon steel, combining the benefits of a hardened case without the risk of core brittleness. With a softer core, the working tools provide optimum resistance to bending stresses that typically occur with handheld powerful breakers. This results in longer lifetime, while protecting your breaker from secondary damage (e.g., on the piston). Our wide portfolio allows you to choose the best tool for each application, increasing productivity and reducing cost of operation.
|Narrow chisel||Breaking in concrete and soft material. General-purpose tool that controls the line of fracture|
|Wedge chisel||Breaking in concrete and frozen ground. A heavy-duty tool giving a progressive wedging force|
|Wide chisel||Cutting in medium hard to hard asphalt|
|Asphalt cutter||Cutting hot rolled asphalt. Gives a straight and clean cutting edge|
|Digging spade||Cutting asphalt or loosening material prior to excavation|
|Digging chisel||Digging and loosen material prior to excavation where the ground conditions are difficult|
|Clay spade||Cutting or digging in heavy dense clay or frozen ground. The scoped, curved profile gives efficient cutting|
|Tie tamper||Compaction of ballast under railway sleepers|
|Tamping pad||Consolidation of sub-base backfill and asphalt patching|
|Driver||Driving rods and stakes, for example, into the ground|
|Wedge plug and feather||Rock splitting|
|Bush hammer||Re-dressing of concrete or natural stone|