Rock Breaking Tools (Points)

Thiessen Team offers a variety of styles and lengths of tools for your hydraulic breaker. Tool selection can depend on personal preference based on past experience operating a rockbreaking system. The following is a general guideline for proper tool style selection:

Use a Chisel Tool when:

  • Working with soft to medium hard rock
  • Maximum penetration rate into rock is required
  • For penetration of sedimentary and weak metamorphic rock that needs to be sized using split action
  • Breaking concrete, trenching, tunneling

Use a Moil Tool when:

  • Working in soft to medium hard rock
  • Very effective in breaking concrete with dense rebar
  • Optimal tool penetration of weak metamorphic and sedimentary rock is required
  • Material breaks radially away from the tool
  • Breaking concrete, trenching, tunneling

Use a Blunt Tool when:

  • Working in highly abrasive conditions
  • Tool wear rate is high due to abrasive conditions
  • Optimal transmission of breaker energy is needed to shatter igneous and tough metamorphic (hard) rock
  • Breaking concrete, breaking oversize rock when maximum fracture is required

Rockbreaker Tool Brochure (PDF 517KB)

Specialty Tools

  • Concave Removal Tool
  • Tamping Tool
  • Asphalt Tool
  • Frost Wedge
  • Deck Buster Tool
  • Super Blunt Tool
  • Fluted Tool

Chisel Paste - Hydraulic Impact Hammer Grease

Technical Data


Colour: Copper

NLGI Class:

2

Base Oil:

Mineral Base

Thickener:

Aluminum Complex

Solid Lubricant:

12% Copper & Graphite

Temperature Range:

-20°C to +1100°C
-4°F to +2010°F

Supplied:

400 G TUBES (14oz)

The thick paste offers lasting lubrication in wet environments.

Manual bushing lubrication frequency can be extended up to 5 hour intervals.

Chisel Paste can be used in an automatic lubrication system.

WARNING: THIS PRODUCT CANNOT BE USED IN OPEN OR CLOSED BEARINGS. IMPACT TOOL USE ONLY