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Cutting up: scrap processors now use hydraulic attachments for processing
Published 02/3/2007

Recyclers of scrap metal have long used lifting magnets and grapples to unload and load scrap, as well as to move it within the yard and feed it to larger processing equipment. Magnets and grapples remain on the job in those capacities at scrap yards, but they have been joined by growing numbers of hydraulic shears (and on demolition sites, shear hybrids) that also process and prepare scrap to increase its value. The shear market has been hot for the last several years, as demolition scrap and other forms of obsolete scrap flow into scrap facilities where yard managers are eager to quickly turn this stream into marketable secondary commodities.
 
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Hydraulic Breakers: Better Than Ever At Bustin' Hard Stuff
Published  10/1/2006
 
Considering all the tough jobs that mounted hydraulic breakers can take on, it's no wonder why these powerful tools are so popular. Chores range from demolishing buildings, to removing cracked sidewalks; from trenching in rock, to breaking frozen ground for utility repairs; and from secondary reduction of blasted material in quarries, to selectively uncovering pockets of ore in large mines.
 
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