New demolition cutter CC 950 with hydraulic rotation device
Atlas Copco presents its new hydraulic demolition cutter CC 950 with a hydraulic rotation device.
The serial-production hydraulic rotation device ensures continuous 360º rotation, thus allowing attachments to be placed in position quickly and easily.
55 tons of crushing force are a further argument in the CC 950’s favour. “The combination of low weight with optimum crushing force is important in terms of cost-effective usage. If I can use a smaller crusher and, consequently, a smaller excavator for a specific task, then I save on investment and operating costs."
The CC 950 can be used for light demolition work, such as eliminating masonry and lightly reinforced concrete structures and particularly for interior renovation and gutting.
The CC 950 joins the CC 650, launched at Bauma 2011 specially for the compact excavator class, as an addition to Atlas Copco‘s Light Combi Cutter line.
|Technical data||CC 950|
|Carrier weight class||t||9-16|
|Oil flow rate||l/min||90-180|
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- Anja Kaulbach, Marketing Communications/Media Relations Professional
Atlas Copco is an industrial group with world-leading positions in compressors, expanders and air treatment systems, construction and mining equipment, power tools and assembly systems. With innovative products and services, Atlas Copco delivers solutions for sustainable productivity. The company was founded 1873, is based in Stockholm, Sweden, and has a global reach spanning more than 170 countries. In 2010, Atlas Copco had about 33 000 employees and revenues of BSEK 70 (BEUR 7.3). Learn more at http://www.atlascopco.com/
Atlas Copco Construction Tools is a division within Atlas Copco´s Construction Technique business area. It develops, manufactures and markets hydraulic, pneumatic, and petrol-driven equipment for demolition, recycling, compaction, rock drilling and concrete applications. Products are marketed and sold under several brands through a worldwide sales and service organisation. The division is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, and has production units in Europe, Africa and Asia.