Chicago Pneumatic Launches CP 0112 Breakers

Mon December 07, 2009 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

CP 0112 is used in light demolition applications such as floors, pavement, frozen ground and masonry walls.
CP 0112 is used in light demolition applications such as floors, pavement, frozen ground and masonry walls.

Chicago Pneumatic has launched the CP 0112, CP 0112 S and CP 0112 EX handheld pneumatic breakers that offer a 15-percent increase in performance compared to the previous CP 0111 series.

“The most important change that we have made on these well-proven breakers is an upgraded valve system”, explained Eudes Defoe, product manager, hand held equipment. “This leads to 15 percent more performance for all three breaker models.”

The new CP 0112 range builds on features of the previous range. The forgings are made of alloy steel to raise durability. The four-bolt backhead withstands rugged use and the integral oiler provides continuous lubrication, according to the manufacturer.

The CP 0112 series of handheld breakers is the lightest in the Chicago Pneumatic range weighing 30 to 35 lbs. (13.6 to 15.8 kg). They are especially well-suited to situations where easy handling and weight restrictions are important issues.

CP 0112 is used in light demolition applications such as floors, pavement, frozen ground and masonry walls. CP 0112 EX is a specialized tool with an extended handle, which is intended for light trenching applications. They both feature the 1 x 4 1/4 North American hexagonal shank. CP 0112 S is a silenced version featuring the 25 x 108 mm standard ISO shank used outside North America. CP 0112 S is CE-approved.

For more information, call 800/760-4049 or visit www.atlascopco.us.

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