Atlas Copco Introduces New SB 702 Hydraulic Breaker

Fri November 02, 2012 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

The Atlas Copco SB 702 hydraulic breaker is designed with a solid body.
The Atlas Copco SB 702 hydraulic breaker is designed with a solid body.

Atlas Copco’s SB 702 hydraulic breaker is designed with a solid body. The SB 702 has been engineered to consume less fuel, produce lower vibration levels and create less noise. The SB 702 is well-suited for landscaping, construction and demolition jobs among other applications.

The solid body of the SB 702 is compact and easy to handle. The percussion mechanism and guide system are incorporated into a single block of steel, eliminating the need for side bolts. The low maintenance, integrated accumulator is easy to access, but protected from harsh work conditions, according to the manufacturer.

With a wide oil flow range, the Atlas Copco SB 702 can be installed on a variety of carriers. A protection valve prevents damage to the breaker and helps avoid downtime in the event of a hydraulic overload. The 702 also is designed with double tool retainer bars to minimize stress and wear on the working tools. The retainer bar lock system and the floating lower bushing can be replaced by the operator on-site with standard hand tools.

Percussive performance is increased in the SB 702 when the impact energy remains constant and the breaker increases the blow frequency. This process, known as energy recovery, results in less fuel consumption and an increase in efficiency and productivity. Energy recovery also aids in recoil absorption for reduced wear and tear on the carrier and more comfort for the operator.

For more information, call 800/732-6762 or visit

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