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This is the most critical factor in choosing the breaker size. SMALL HYDRAULIC BREAKERS (HAMMERS): up to 1200-ft.lbs. (1627 Joules), are typically used in concrete and other light duty work. MEDIUM HYDRAULIC BREAKERS (HAMMERS): 1200 - 4000-ft.lbs. (1627 - 5423 Joules) are used in both concrete and rock applications with limitations on the size and amount of material to be broken. LARGE HYDRAULIC BREAKERS (HAMMERS): over 4000 ft. lbs. (5423 Joules), are typically used in rock and large scale concrete demolition projects.

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First, 4,000 amps is a substantial amount of current. The reason for the breaker tripping should be determined and cleared by qualified persons before attempting to reset. Many circuit breakers this size have internal motors to charge a spring mechanism to close the breaker. Unlike the much smaller 15 to 50 amp breakers in your electrical panel in your home, these circuit breakers are also not designed for repeated tripping and resetting.

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