The Toro hydraulic breaker uses 175 ft.-lbs. of force and delivers 1,200 blows per minute to break materials to a depth of 11 in. (28 cm).
The Toro hydraulic breaker attachment, for use with Dingo compact utility loaders, simplifies the tough job of breaking concrete, asphalt, rock or brick.
The Toro hydraulic breaker uses 175 ft.-lbs. of force and delivers 1,200 blows per minute to break materials to a depth of 11 in. (28 cm). Ideal for breaking up footings, sidewalks, foundations and other solid structures, the breaker features a multi-position mounting head, allowing users to break materials in both horizontal and vertical positions.
The hydraulic breaker utilizes Toro Dingo’s hydraulic system, which produces up to 12 gpm (45 Lpm) of flow at 3,000 psi of hydraulic power. The Dingo’s versatility allows users to switch from the hydraulic breaker attachment to a bucket attachment for cleanup in under a minute. Using the Toro Dingo quick-attach system, the hydraulic breaker quickly and easily attaches to any of the compact utility loaders by simply turning two locking pins and connecting two hydraulic lines, according to the manufacturer.
Unlike larger breakers, the Toro Dingo equipped with the hydraulic breaker can work in tight or confined spaces, eliminating time-consuming manual labor. Clear sight lines to all moving parts of the attachment allow users control and operation to complete jobs quickly and efficiently, according to the manufacturer.
The hydraulic breaker is one of more than 35 attachments in the Toro Dingo system to meet the needs of any contractor or homeowner. Other attachments include an auger, trencher, vibratory plow, stump grinder, backhoe, leveler, tiller, cultivator, hydraulic blade, adjustable forks, tree forks, two-stage snowthrower, rotary broom, several sizes of buckets and more.
For more information, call 800/344-8676 or visit www.toro.com/dingo.