AAL PAVEMENT BREAKER OPERATION (ROCK DRILL)
The pavement breaker is designed to handle medium-to-heavy demolition jobs and can be used to break up concrete, asphalt,
and rock. It is usually operated perpendicular to the ground.
All bystanders should be kept a minimum of 10 ft (3 m) away from working area of the pavement
Always wear a hard hat and safety eye protection when operating this equipment. Do not wear
loose fitting clothing, rings, or wrist watches that can catch moving parts.
Always locate underground electrical wires, telephone cables, gas, water and sewer lines before
working. Maintain safe clearance and avoid contact with any underground or overhead utility lines
or electrically charged conductors.
Never alter or remove any safety decals or shields. Replace all missing or damaged safety decals or
safety shields. Check this manual for location of these items and replace immediately if damaged or
Whenever changing or installing this attachment, ensure all connections are securely fastened.
Before disconnecting hydraulic lines or fittings be sure to relieve all pressure by cycling all
hydraulic controls after shutdown. Remember hydraulic systems are under pressure whenever the
engine is running and may hold pressure after shutdown. Before applying pressure to the system
ensure all connections are tight and that there is no damage to lines, fittings, or hoses.
Failure to follow these warnings may result in injury or death to personnel.