Sandvik Mining and Construction, has announced that it is supporting its BR2155, BR2577, BR3288 and BR4099 breakers with an unprecedented and free lifetime warranty.
Sandvik Mining and Construction has demonstrated its confidence in the reliability, durability ,and longevity of its “Double Digit” breaker range by announcing a free warranty that will extend for the full life of any BR2155, BR2577, BR3288 or BR4099 breaker purchased after the beginning of 2011. This warranty sets new standards in the hydraulic breaker customer support field
The offer of a free, lifetime warranty reflects the faith that Sandvik has in the longevity of its Double Digit breakers which benefit from a number of key features.These include the unique VIDAT (Vibration Dampened Tierods); Ramlube automatic lubrication; impact resistant, large-diameter tools, a highly efficient relief valve, and Idle Blow Protection.
Registration for the warranty is automatic and does not require online registrations. Even the terms and conditions of the warranty are designed for maximum simplicity, requiring only that the breaker is used in accordance with recommended operator instruction guidelines, utilizes only genuine Sandvik parts, and that it has been serviced properly at prescribed 1,000 hour/one year intervals.
Furthermore, if the breaker is sold, the warranty can be passed to the new owner, providing the conditions of the warranty have been met by the original owner.
“At a time when our customers are seeking to safeguard their investment in capital equipment, this new lifetime warranty will provide them with total security against unexpected failures,” concludes Jukka Kytömäki, Market Offering Manager for Sandvik Breakers. “With the global economy still making life tough across all the sectors in which we are active, our customers are understandably nervous about unforeseen equipment owning and operating costs. The introduction of this new no-quibble, lifetime warranty provides our customers with greater knowledge of their hourly and yearly operating costs and increases the resale value of their Sandvik hammers.”