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A paving breaker is a type of demolition tool that is used to break up concrete, asphalt, or other types of paving materials. The Macdonald 24VRS Paving Breaker is a product from the company Macdonald, which specializes in the design and manufacture of demolition and construction equipment. The paving breaker works by applying a forceful strike to the material being demolished, which helps to break it up into smaller pieces.The specific features and specifications of the Macdonald 24VRS Paving Breaker will depend on the specific model and the manufacturer's specifications, but common features may include a powerful motor, a durable design that is built to withstand the rigors of construction use, and a long handle for added leverage. Some models may also feature adjustable power settings, adjustable impact force, or other features that allow for more precise demolition work.

Macdonald Paving Breakerr 24VRS (Made in Scotland)

This Macdonald, Vibration Reduced Breaker will suit any type of job. Designed to withstand the extreme demands of the plant hire industry, combined with the lightweight preferred by the utilities and local authorities.


The Macdonald 24VRS strikes a perfect balance between hard-hitting performance and the reduced vibration levels required by today's operator.


Technical Specifications


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 24VRS

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