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Rivet Buster

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Rivet busters have the ability to perform all types of medium to heavy demolition work, with half the weight of the 60 lb. class paving breakers. Rivet Busters are offered in 8" and 11" stroke, and with an extended T-style handle for vertical demolition work. Rivet busters, also known as an air buster, are versatile tools for applications ranging from rivet removal, tank cutting, and general brick or concrete demolition.

 

While operating this equipment, we recommend these safety guidelines: Always the necessary PPE while operating this piece of equipment. Before using the equipment, inspect it properly for safe operation.  This is critical to your safety and to avoid accidents. In case you find any problems with the equipment, it is always advisable to take the help of a trained professional to fix it. Never attempt to service the equipment without first contacting a BlueLine Rental service technician

 

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