Atlas Copco Offers Trade-In Program for Handheld Tools

Fri July 31, 2009 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Atlas Copco Construction Equipment is offering a special trade-in program for handheld tools regardless of age, working condition or brand. Until Dec. 31, 2009, customers can trade in their old tools for a new Atlas Copco tool and receive 10 percent off the price of the new unit. (Certain terms and conditions do apply.)

Atlas Copco’s wide product range includes gas breakers, as well as vibration dampened, quiet running pneumatic rock drills, breakers, pick and chipping hammers, rivet busters and hydraulic post drivers, saws, pumps and more.

Tools included in this offer are:

Atlas Copco Pneumatic tools: Quantity trade in of five or more (any mix) on the purchase of chipping hammers, rivet busters and T-handle breakers up to the 40-lb. (18 kg) class (TEX 140 and TEX 180). Single tool trade in on the purchase of rock drills, 60- and 90-lb. (27 and 41 kg) breakers, clay diggers, tampers, and pumps.

Atlas Copco handheld hydraulics: Customer must purchase the same type and quantity unit(s) as is being traded in.

Atlas Copco motor drills and breakers: MK1, TT or Cobra Combi for the trade in of ANY Motor Drill Breaker.

“Despite the current economy, Atlas Copco is offering customers the opportunity to replace their old, worn-out tools for new reliable, high-performing and cost-efficient equipment,” said Eudes Defoe, product manager for handheld tools. “This will help our customers get their jobs done faster and save their businesses money.”

For more information, call 800/760-4049 or visit

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