Atlas Copco Cobra Combi Drill/Breaker
Breaker doubles as a drill
The Atlas Copco Cobra Combi is a great breaker aimed at lighter materials. Impact rate is higher and impact energy is lower compared to its brothers. And when you combine high impact rate and lower impact energy with rotation, you get a very powerful drill.
When you have to be prepared for almost situations, whether it’s cutting, breaking, compacting, drilling or splitting rocks, the Atlas Copco Cobra is your ideal workmate. It’s made for small, quick-fire jobs and is perfect for working in remote, inaccessible locations – making it the go-to product for emergency services around the world. Grab and go means you don’t need any external power supply. The petrol-driven two-stroke engine can handle multiple applications.
The Cobra system is designed to make it easy for you to move fast and in harsh terrain. You can carry it on your back and set-up time is virtually zero. Easy service and reliability are especially important when working in the field, away from workshops.
Cutting-edge technology for more comfort and safety – Low on vibrations
The Cobra range minimises emissions, vibrations and noise. Thanks to the Cobra’s patented leaf spring design with vibration dampening technology, you can work longer hours. The tool floats between the handles. your hands remain in the same position while you break, and vibrations are kept to a minimum. Get the job done in time and in a safe way.
Low vibrations and high impact energy means you can use the tool for longer stretches of time.
- Working on remote sites
- Breaking concrete
- Cutting asphalt
- Tamping & compacting
- Driving spikes, tubes, poles, ground rods and probes
- Digging ditches and holes
- Tie Tamping
- Drilling and breaking
|Breaker and drill
|Width across handles
|Penetration rate w 34 mm drill bit
|Max drilling depth
|Drill rotation speed
|Vibration and sound
|Vibration level 3 axes (ISO 28927-10)
|5,8 (breaking), 9,3 (drilling)
|Sound power level guaranteed (2000/14/EC)
|Sound pressure level (ISO 11203)
|Lp, r=1m, dB(A)