New breaker from Hilti
March 10, 2011 – The TE 3000-AVR Breaker, Hilti’s newest electro-pneumatic tool, is designed for heavy breaking applications and demolition work at floor level.
March 10, 2011 – The TE 3000-AVR Breaker, Hilti’s newest electro-pneumatic tool, is designed for heavy breaking applications and demolition work at floor level. The Hilti TE 3000-AVR Breaker boasts the power of an air tool, at the same weight level to deliver explosive breaking power in concrete and asphalt with exceptional mobility.
Weighing 65 pounds, the TE 3000-AVR delivers 50-foot pounds of impact energy to break up to six tons of material per hour, a rate comparable with 60- to 65-pound air tools. This tool offers rental customers easy, flexible operation from anywhere on the jobsite. The TE 3000 features advanced electronics that allow the tool to work well on generators and make it less sensitive to voltage drops due to long extension cords on jobsites. For maximum versatility, the TE 3000-AVR accepts standard 1-1/8" chisels, same as air-powered tools.
Hilti has developed a range of sub-chassis active vibration reduction (AVR) solutions to benefit power tool operators, solutions matched to the needs of specific applications. The TE 3000-AVR incorporates Hilti’s AVR system to dramatically cut the vibration passed along to the operator during operation, reducing fatigue and allowing them to work longer.
An active cooling system reduces wear and tear on the motor, electronics and hammering mechanism. Plus, the TE 3000-AVR features a brushless SR motor that eliminates the need to replace carbon brushes; allowing longer intervals between service and twice the expected motor life.