BTI-Breaker Technology Inc Mining Aggregate & Construction Equipment Promotional Video


BTI manufactures and distributes a wide range of mine, quarry, construction and demolition equipment. Specializing in hydraulic hammers, mobile rock breakers, stationary and portable rockbreaker systems, construction and demolition attachments, BTI is also well recognized for their full line of underground utility vehicles including mobile mine scalers, scissors lifts, crane trucks, lube trucks, anfo loaders, shotcrete mixers and placers, cassette systems and personnel vehicles.

Applications range from primary and secondary sites involved in construction, demolition or recycling, to quarries and underground mining operations such as scaling and explosives loading.
Breaker Technology Inc. (BTI) has for decades led the way in equipment and services for the construction, aggregate, demolition and mining industries.

Applications range from primary and secondary sites involved in construction, demolition or recycling, to quarries and underground mining operations such as scaling and explosives loading.

Technology plays a critical role in the company’s continued successes. BTI enjoys a reputation for engineering products with the most advanced technologies available, yet the resulting systems are remarkably easy to use. Its breaker systems, for example, literally have benchmarked reliability and performance across a broad range of applications. Similarly, its hydraulic breakers use sophisticated technology to produce a simple design. With only two internal moving parts, this line of breakers and attachments makes the operation of hydraulic equipment easy, flexible and reliable. Field-proven and customer-sanctioned, BTI products are enthusiastically accepted as the standard for the industries they serve.

In the spring of 1997 BTI made a commitment to implement a formal Quality Assurance System. On November 6, 1998 the facilities in Thornbury Ontario, and Riverside California were certified to ISO 9001:1994.

In 2000, the International Standards Organization ( ISO ) revised the Standard to emphasize requirements for a Quality Management System rather than a Quality Assurance System. BTI made the transition to the ISO 9001:2000 Standard in June of 2001, receiving registration in October 2001, certificate # Q2233.

BTI’s commitment to improve business performance, productivity and enhance customer satisfaction is reflected in this focus on continual improvement.

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