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Tramac Announces the ’N-Series’ Breakers

Wed March 07, 2012 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Tramac has a new hydraulic breaker line called the “N-Series.”

“The N-Series breaker is designed and assembled by Montabert, renowned for their innovative engineering and quality standards. Combine that with Asian economies of scale, and we’ve got a really robust and well-priced hammer,” said John Sad, Tramac product manager. “While the N-Series doesn’t share all the features of Tramac’s V-Series, they do share the reliability, quality, and long-life that the Tramac name represents.”

The N Series is a nitrogen-fired breaker combining a shock system with blank-fire protection to provide powerful blows, reduced vibration and less wear on the internal components plus an optional breaker-mounted grease station.

“The market has asked for an entry level breaker with an eye on value that provides strong performance at a lower price without compromising on quality… and we delivered,” said Gregory Henry, Tramac’s general manager.

The N-Series breakers are currently offered in 2,000, 5,000 and 8,000 ft. lb. classes, for carriers from 10 to 37 tons (9 to 33.5 t). A 3,000 ft. lb. class will be launched this spring, with additional models to come. All are designed for heavy-duty use in breaking rock and concrete demolition. The N-Series breakers are identified with its charcoal gray color and N-Series logo. This also will visually differentiate the N-Series from the traditional Tramac “green or V-line”.

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