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Macdonald Paving Breaker 21S (Made in Scotland)

The Macdonald 21S Paving Breaker is a type of air-powered tool used for heavy-duty demolition work in concrete and masonry structures. It is designed for tasks such as breaking up concrete slabs, foundations, and walls, and removing concrete from reinforcing steel. The 21S operates using compressed air and is equipped with a powerful motor, making it a reliable and efficient tool for breaking up tough materials. The 21S paving breaker is commonly used in construction, demolition, and excavation projects. Some of the features of this tool may include a durable design, low vibration operation, and ease of maintenance.

Technical Specifiations


What is a paving breaker?

Hand-operated pneumatic paving breakers usually use solid steel drills and are not equipped for automatic rotation. One type of tool is valve-actuated, another is valveless. Heavy machines of about 80 pounds (36 kg) are used to break concrete pavement, foundations, and boulders. Medium breakers, weighing about 50 to 70 pounds (23 to 32 kg), are employed when breaking light concrete floors, macadam, and frozen ground. Light tools, weighing less than 50 pounds, are used to break floors, paving, and masonry walls. Heavy and medium-weight breakers can be adapted for driving spikes.

Paving Breaker-Macdonald 21S

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