NICO Excavator Attachments sells, rents, repairs, and rebuilds hydraulic attachments to excavators.
We ship and receive hydraulic breakers providing the highest quality services and offering top notch guarantees. NICO Catalogue
Done right and on time.
We efficiently service and rebuild attachments to excavators.
Our technicians rebuild hydraulic breakers.
You may think that your hydraulic hammer is beyond #repair, but whether it has a broken head or a damaged piston, we guarantee you this: you won’t spend more than half the cost of a new hammer on our rebuild. What’s more, we rebuild all hydraulic hammer and hydraulic shear makes, models, and sizes.
NICO Excavator Attachments We repair and rebuild all hydraulic hammers models, and sizes.
Excavator, Mini Excavator, Backhoe and Skid-steer
You may think your hydraulic hammer is beyond repair, but whether it has a broken head or a damaged piston, we guarantee you this: you won’t spend more than half the cost of a new hammer on our rebuild.
Flat labor rate for hydraulic hammer repairs
Hydraulic Breaker – TNB-1M $3,500
Weight: 220 lbs
Impact Pressure: 150 ft lb
Chisel Diameter: 1.77″
Operating Pressure: 996-1,991 psi
Serial number: 1M-2916
Center to center 6 in 7/8
A = 1.5in
B = 1.4in
Width link pin and arm pin 3 in 7/8
Type: Moil tool
Long: 10 in 5/8
Long: 59 in and 56 in
Check out the power of our new hydraulic hammer (the ICM IB400)!
Hydraulic hammer IB400 S on mini excavator Caterpillar 305C
We sell high quality hydraulic hammers and other attachments to excavators at excellent prices. In fact, we sell new ICM IB400 hydraulic hammers for as low as $7,800
The City of Arkansas tested the ICM IB400 hammer it puchased from us on the City’s mini excavator Caterpillar 305C.
Thank you, City of Arkansas, for your business. It was our pleasure to get your hammer manufactured to your excavator’s specifications!
Check out the power of our new hydraulic hammer (the ICM IB300 SL)! This hammer was purchased and tested in the State of Virginia.
Hydraulic hammer IB300 SL on Skid-steer John Deer 323E
We sell high quality hydraulic hammers and other attachments to excavators at excellent prices. In fact, we sell new ICM IB300 SL hydraulic hammers for as low as $6,300!
It is our pleasure to get your hammer manufactured to your excavator’s specifications!
STEPS TO TAKE WHEN YOU BUY A NEW OR REBUILT HAMMER,OR USE A HAMMER THAT HAS NOT BEEN IN USE FOR MORE THAN SIX MONTHS
1. NITROGEN GAS PRESSURE
• Some hydraulic hammers have two tanks of nitrogen, a high pressure tank and a low pressure tank.
• Generally speaking, new and rebuilt hammers nitrogen gas levels are fine, but it’s still advisable to check it.
• If you have not used your hammer in more than six months, it is very likely that the nitrogen gas levels are too low or too high, depending on the weather conditions.
• WHATEVER YOU DO, DO NOT REMOVE THE CHARGE VALVES AND ALWAYS USE THE GAS CHARGING KIT THAT CORRESPONDS TO YOUR HAMMER’S BRAND!
*Place the hammer in a vertical position, applying enough downward pressure to push the tool up into the hammer.
* Turn the machine off.
•Grease the hammer until the grease begins to come out around the tool and lower bushing.
*Grease the hammer after 2 hours of continuous use or when the tool appears shiny coming out of the front head.
3. REMOVING AIR
REMOVING AIR Before you start working on hard material:
* Put the hammer in a vertical position on soft material.
* Press the start button or pedal to momentarily start the hammer and activate the hammer in 3 – 5 second intervals. Do this at least 3 – 4 times to ensure that all the air that was in the hammer is purged. Failure to do so could result in damage to the hammer’s internal components.
* Turn the hammer off and then on, repeating these steps for 10 minutes, working on soft material in short 10 minute starts.
New Hydraulic hammer | Breaker for Excavator or Backhoe 4 ~ 8 ton
Required oil flow range
0.5 ~ 18.5 Gal/min
40 ~ 70 L/min
500 ~ 900 bpm
Impact energy class 1,069 ft.lb
2 Tool: Moil point or Wedge point. Your choice.
Delivery Included (within the United States)
How you know that you need to replace the thrust bushing and the lower bushing
The good news is you can pretty easily determine whether this is necessary. Try moving the tool bit back and forth, and measure the gap between the tool bit and the lower bushing.
You can find the permissible wear tolerance in your hammer’s manual.
It’s sometimes also clear when the lower bushing is worn out. Just look at it and check whether it looks worn. It should be in the shape of a circle. If it looks like the edges have become distorted — that another form a nice evenly round circle — then it’s time to replace the lower bushing.
Do not just replace the tool bit if the lower bushing is damaged. Replace the lower and upper bushings.
Otherwise, if you continue to use a damaged bushing, the force of impact between the piston and tool bit won’t be equal distributed, which will cause serious damage on your piston, One of the most expensive components of your hammer.
The function of thrust bushing and lower bushing is to keep in place the tool bit so when the impact between the piston and tool bit happen the force of the impact is equally distributed.
There is always a wear tolerance that you can find in your hammer’s manual.
If the lower and thrust bushing are damaged the force of impact between the piston and tool bit won’t be equal distributed, which will cause serious damage on your piston, One of the most expensive components of your hammer.
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NICO Excavator Attachments, LLC Booth #438
* Furukawa Kent KF 27
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