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May I use a breaker underneath a tiltrotator?

engcon strongly suggest that, if a breaker is to be used, the tiltrotator is dismounted. The reasons for this are that the combined weight of a tiltrotator and a breaker may exceed the capabilities of the machine, and that the vibrational effect of the breaker may cause long-term damage to both the precision valves and the circuitry within the tiltrotator. For these reasons, we suggest that a double hitch construction using engcon's EC-Oil and Q-Safe connection system is used. This allows the whole tiltrotator to be demounted and the breaker attachment to be picked up by the hitch, with all mechanical and hydraulic connections made automatically without having to depressurise the system.

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