Promove breakers deliver excellent performance and reliability even in underwater applications.

Promove provides specific kit for ports, docks, channels construction and any other applications where the breaker must work underwater. Connection to compressed air avoids the entrance of water and prevents breakage and corrosion of the breaker’s main components. Air hose attachment is located at the top of the breaker in order to keep it protected against accidental hits due to lack of visibility of the immersed part.


Hydraulic breakers are more and more often used in steel factories where their application is cleaning ladles and moulds and to remove scale. To face these critical conditions XP hammers can be equipped with specific kit of sealings, bushings and chisels designed to work in hot environments.


When it comes to tunneling, the working position with the chisel upward makes dust and rock splinters entering into the body of the breaker. This operation can cause big damages to piston, cylinder and bushings.
To avoid it, Promove provides a specific protection kit made of harder bushings, closing pads for the tool retainers and special steel and floating nylon bushings to close as much as possible the tool/bushing space and limit dust getting in.