Breaker parts and tools
Our breaker product selection is supported by genuine Sandvik tools to ensure that your Sandvik equipment continues to contribute to your company's profitability for its entire working life.
Support from start to end – highest quality aftermarket products are in a key role in uninterrupted operations
Choosing the right tool for the job will have a major impact upon the power and productivity of your Sandvik breaker. Correctly matching the right tool to the job application is critical to achieving the highest level of production with lowest possible operating costs.
Always use genuine Sandvik tools
The breaker tool is a wear part and tool consumption is one of the key contributors to wear part costs. With thorough and regular tool maintenance, we can help you to reduce those costs. Breaker tool is subject to extreme wear that requires proper lubrication and care if it is to achieve a long, trouble free life. Tool lubricants must have properties to withstand high temperature and extreme pressure.
Designed to be compatible with Sandvik products, with quality as a principle, our tools make sure that your breaker has a long working life and that the downtime at the site is minimized.
To support you in the job completion and ensure efficient and safe operations, our professional and highly-trained experts are here to help you in parts selection and other aftermarket related questions.
Proper breaker tool maintenance
A tool of a breaker is a wear part and tool consumption is one of the key contributors to wear part costs. With thorough and regular tool maintenance, we can help reduce those costs.
Right tool, right job
Standard chisel tool
- for nonabrasive but tough rock or concrete
- for material which has low or medium penetration rate
Hard rock chisel
- hard and abrasive rock with fractures
- for application where drilling and blasting cannot be used
- materials with low penetration
Limestone and concrete chisel
- very soft and easily breaking, nonabrasive rock or concrete
- for rock which has high penetration rate
- hard rock with low or medium abrasive ontent
- boulder breaking or concrete demolition
- application where tool wear rate is low
Super blunt tool
- hard and abrasive rock
- only for voulder breaking
- 1.5-3 times more wear life than standard blunt in very abrasive applications
- in non-abrasive applications life maybe shorter than standard blunt
Moil point tool
- where chisels have excessive retaining pin goove wear
- soft and nonabrasive rock
- general demolition of concrete
Pyramid point tool
- soft, nonabrasive and tough rock and especially concrete
- materials recuiring high penetration rate
- where chisels have excessive retaining pin groove wear
- compacting ground
Asphalt cutting tool
- frozen or compact ground