Excavator Concrete Breaker | Blue Diamond Attachments
EXCAVATOR CONCRETE BREAKER
The Blue Diamond Concrete Breaker features a durable housing with patented Monoblock design, eliminating tie-rods that typically stretch and break over time. Enjoy reliable, trustworthy and powerful concrete breaking operations, the result of years of research and development by Blue Diamond's team of compact equipment experts. The Blue Diamond offering is simple, effective and no-nonsense - as easy to service and maintain as it is powerful. With Excavator mount options for a wide range of machines, there's sure to be a model and mount combination that will suit your application and jobsite needs.
- Self-regulating (No need to adjust host machine flow and pressure)
- Monoblock design (No failure-prone tie rods holding the breaker together)
- Quickest rebuild time in the industry (average 30 minutes)
- Body bushings around piston (Monoblock protected in the event of piston damage)
- Isolation layer between Monoblock and case (Noise and vibration drastically reduced)
- None of the back pressure concerns so prevalent in the industry
- 2 Year Warranty!
*Max Working Pressure is 1750 PSI on every model.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q. What does Monoblock mean?
A. ‘Monoblock’ refers to the housing in which the piston operates. The Blue Diamond Breaker housing is one piece, so it doesn’t use 4 tie-rods to hold it together like the majority of other brands. Tie-rods are notorious for stretching and breaking, causing mass destruction to the tool.
Q. Do I really not need to adjust the flow and pressure of my machine?
A. Yes, as long as you are operating a breaker on the right size host machine. Industry leading technology components will control incoming and outgoing flows to specified amounts.
Q. What are the sleeves inside the Monoblock for?
A. The sleeves are there to protect the Monoblock in the event of piston damage, and if damaged, they are cheap and simple to replace. The very few brands that use Monoblock technology now do not use sleeves, so a repair could cost almost as much as the breaker.
Q. Do I have to re-gas when servicing?
A. No, the accumulator can be removed as an assembly and not be disturbed; the energy recovery system keeps it from needing to be topped up!
Q. In order to have my 2 year warranty honored, do I have to have it serviced by a dealer regularly?
A. No, unless it develops an oil leak, do not take it apart at all, just grease it and use it!