U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Federal Emergency Management Agency

Resource: Concrete Cutter/Multi-Processor for Hydraulic Excavator
Category: Public Works and Engineering
Kind: Equipment
Minimum Capabilities (Component) Minimum Capabilities
(Metric)
Type I
MP40 CC (Largest)
Type II
MP30 CC
Type III
MP20 CC
Type IV
MP15 CC (Smallest)
Other
Jaw Opening Inches 50.4 38.4 32 26  
Jaw Depth Inches 43.3 35 31 26  
Force at Tooth Tip Short Ton 168 140 107 79  
Force Primary Blade Center Short Ton 494 460 337 247  
Weight of Jaw Pounds 4,850 7,935 5,730 3,970  
Weight With housing Pounds 12,785 20.5 18 16  
Cutter Length Inches 23.6 110.2 95 87  
Length Inches 137.8 208 157 112  
Force At Cutting Tip Short Ton 247 2,865 2,205 1,430  
Max Op Pres Hyd. Cylinder Pressure Per Square Inch 5,075 5,075 5,075 5,075  
Maximum Oil flow Cylinder Gallons Per Minute 106 79 53 40  
Maximum Oil flow Cylinder Cycle-Seconds 7.5 6.5 6 5  
Maximum Operating Pressure Rotator Pressure Per Square Inch 2,030 2,030 2,030 2,030  
Maximum Oil Flow Rotator Gallons per minute 22 11 11 11  
For Use on Models   375, 375 L Hydraulic Excavators 345B L Series II Hydraulic Excavators 322C L, 325C L Hydraulic Excavators 321 B LCR, 322C L Hydraulic Excavators  

Comments:

Multiprocessors do the work of any types of demolition tools by use of interchangeable jaw sets. Changing jaws allows a single unit to crush, pulverize, and perform a variety of specialized cutting tasks, such as cutting steel rebar and tanks. Check with Cat dealer/owner to match Multiprocessor model attachment to Hydraulic Excavator.


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