You can now find our new Red Hawk gasoline-powered motor drills with the completely revamped Red Hawk Road, as well as the brand new Red Hawk Rail and Red Hawk Drill. The Red Hawk series provides a solution for jobs that require moving frequently from task to task. It also works well for remote areas with the easy portability that Red Hawk units deliver; it eliminates the need for power packs, air compressors, generators or hoses.

Red Hawk Series: Road, Rail, Drill

 

RED HAWK ROAD

The Red Hawk Road, which is 48 lbs. and 29 in. long, is the heavy hitter in our Red Hawk range. It delivers 44 ft-lb of impact at 1,440 blows per minute (bpm) with a vibration level of 23 ft/s2. While it is one of the most compact and powerful motor-driven breakers on the market, the Red Hawk Road has the same power-to-weight ratio as many pneumatic and hydraulic breakers. The Red Hawk Road has enough impact energy to handle silica-rich rocks and reinforced concrete. Because of this, it’s ideal for applications that include breaking concrete and asphalt, sidewalk service, pothole repair/tamping, installing post signs/barriers and fences, and digging frozen or hard ground.

RED HAWK RAIL

Designed specifically for railway applications, the 48 lb., 29 in. Red Hawk Rail features impact energy of 30 ft-lb at 1,620 bpm with a vibration level of 22 ft/s2. It is a portable solution for tie tamping, as well as tamping around switches and cables. Power is optimized for fast, efficient tamping without damaging the ballast.

RED HAWK DRILL

With an impact of 16 to 18 ft-lbs at 2,700 bpm, our versatile Red Hawk Drill is a multipurpose machine that is compact and lightweight at 55 lbs. and 29 in. in length. It combines breaking and drilling into one unit. The Red Hawk Drill is portable and great for a wide range of light service applications. Use it to install signposts, break small areas of concrete or for fencing work. It is also ideal for splitting rock and digging holes in hard and frozen ground. The drill has a vibration level of 19 ft/s2 for breaking and 30 ft/s2 for drilling.