The RSS23R Scrap Shears can be used in every industrial demolition job involving the cutting and recovery of ferrous materials such as iron sections, pipes, tanks, railway carriages etc
Replaceable pearcing tip
A bolt on pearcing tip, removes the need for welding and rebuilding which lowers the cost of owning and operation.
Hydraulic rotation with protection valve
The protected rotation system allows precision tool placement, lowering/reducing owning and operating costs.
Field replaceable and adjustable central pin
Enables the operator to maintain the product on the site keeping cutting capacity on the maximum level.
Shorter working cycles to increase productivity
Hydraulic cylinder shielding
The cylinders are fully protected throughout the working cycle. Increasing durability and extending service intervals.
Smart jaws design featuring double guide
Avoids material to stuck between the jaws which increases productivity and cutting capacity
Heat treated pins and bushings
Hardened parts are more wear resistant, extending their working life and lowering owning and operating costs
Manufactured from HB400 steel
Highly resistant material to work on concrete
Bolt on, symmetrical cutter blades
Field replaceable and ajustable cutter blades minimize downtime and signifantly increase the working life of wear parts
Structural Steel is primarily removed during a demolition project by means of an attachment, with cutter blades.
The metal recycling industry encompasses a wide range of metals. The more frequently recycled metals are scrap steels.
Scrapyards (also known as a wrecking yard, junkyard, or breaker's yard) trade in scrap.
Ship breaking or ship demolition is a type of ship disposal involving the breaking up of ships for either a source of parts, which can be sold for re-use, or for the extraction of raw materials, mainly scrap.
|Minimum working weight, flange mounted *1||2130 kg||4700 lb|
|Weight||1950 kg||4300 lb|
|Length||2700 mm||106.30 in|
|Max. jaw opening||445 mm||17.52 in|
|Max. cutting force||1980 kN|
|Max. crushing force||750 kN|
|Jaw depth||525 mm||20.67 in|
|Operating pressure||320 - 350 bar||4640 - 5075 psi|
|Max. operating pressure||350 bar||5075 psi|
|Max pressure for hydraulic rotation||150 bar||2175 psi|
|Oil flow range||150 - 200 l/min||39.6 - 52.8 gal/min|
|Oil flow for hydraulic rotation||30 l/min||7.9 gal/min|
|Closing time at max oil flow||1.9 s|
|Opening time at max oil flow||2.6 s|
|No. of cycles per minute at max oil flow||13.5|
|Max. diameter to be cut||65 mm||2.56 in|
|Pressure line connection (IN)||SAE 6000 psi 1"|
|Return line connection (OUT)||SAE 6000 psi 1"|
|Connections, rotation||1/2" GAS|
|Optimum oil temperature||40 - 60 °C||104 - 140 °F|
|Allowed oil temperature range||-20 - 80 °C||-4 - 176 °F|
|Optimum oil viscosity at operating temperature||30 - 60 cSt|
|Allowed viscosity range||20 - 1000 cSt|
|Carrier weight, range *2||18 - 27 t||39700 - 59500 lb|
|*1 Includes average mounting bracket and standard tool
*2 Check carrier allowed attachment weight from carrier manufacturer. Check application requirements.
Specifications are subject to change without notice (Thursday, April 26, 2018)