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The BXR150 at 15,000 ft.-lbs., is designed for rugged, continuous duty for use in demanding breaking applications. It offers an extra long stroke design, which improves the power-to-weight ratio of the breaker, providing a wide carrier range (120,000 to 220,000 lbs.

Breaker Technology’s (BTI) MPV cassette series has been designed for use as a modular, multi-purpose underground “workhorse”. A multi-purpose cassette concept streamlines the overall operation by maximizing the productivity of the carrier unit, according to the manufacturer.

Breaker Technology Inc. (BTI) has introduced its new MBS Series rockbreaker system, an on-plant solution for highly portable aggregate and recycle applications. Unlike conventional boom systems that must be removed from the crushing plant or permanently mounted on a separate trailer, the new MBS Series models are designed to remain on the plant due to a low profile design, which allows the boom to be lowered flat onto the feeder, below the height of the flywheel for road transportation.

Breaker Technology (BTI) introduced Michael Meehan as regional sales manager of the Midwest United States, representing rockbreaker systems, hydraulic breakers, compactors and the complete line of demolition attachments. Meehan has more than 15 years of sales experience in various heavy equipment/fabrication companies.

Each year more than 24 million vehicles travel on Interstate 74, inching their way through Peoria, IL, and the surrounding tri-county area, on a highway designed to handle only a fraction of today’s traffic. Built in the late 1950s, prior to the formation of the interstate highway system, I-74 is no different than so many other urban routes.

Breaker Technology Inc. (BTI), formerly Teledyne Specialty Equipment CM Products, recently announced the appointment of Harter Equipment Inc., Englishtown, NJ, as its newest attachments dealer in Northeast United States. Representing equipment such as John Deere, Kobelco and Kubota, Harter Equipment has been in heavy equipment business since 1967.