In order to avoid breakages and unexpected maintenance during demolition work, the choice of tool is very important and should be made mainly according to: type of excavator, type of hydraulic breaker, type of soil. With EXTREME® Tools we can offer cutting tools for any type of application and ground conditions.
Our tools use a hardening steel with a nickel component that increases the thermal conductivity during the treatment, allowing to have a homogeneous hardness between the external surface and the heart of the tool.
At the time of purchase, the steel undergoes an initial ultrasound check to look for any internal anomalies. Surface imperfections are eliminated during the processing phase. In this stage, 6 mm up to 10 mm of material are removed depending on the diameters.
After processing, a dimension check is carried out just before the heat treatment.
The production cycle ends with the hardness check. Hardness must remain in a range between 48 HRC and 50 HRC (higher values increase the fragility of the tool and the chance of break and failure). The hardness check is carried out on every single tool we produce, with a single impression for lengths up to 800mm; and with two or three impressions for longer lengths.
Model: P series Type of usage: Recommended for operations on homogeneous rock or concrete. Its force is heavily concentrated.
Model: E series Type of usage: Recommended for operations on hard homogeneous rocks. The pyramid surfaces channel the dust out of the working area.
Model: T series (vertical) – S series (horizontal) Type of usage: Recommended for operations on miscellaneous material. A sharp cutting action helps to define the shape of demolition.
WIDE CHISEL TIP
Model: B series (vertical tip) – C series (horizontal tip) Type of usage: Recommended for cutting with great precision plastic material, like asphalt or frozen ground.