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SAW 12" BATTERY QUICKCUT HILTI

Manufacturer: HILTI
Model: DSH 600-22
4 Hour: $40.00
Daily: $70.00
Weekly: $274.00
Monthly: $652.00
Comments:
  • Battery powered cut off saw for concrete, metal and masonry (Nuron battery platform)
  • Base materials: All types of concrete and brick, All types of masonry (hollow brick, limestone, etc), Asphalt, Steel, Masonry
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 26 x 11.4 x 13.8 in
  • Protection class: IEC Battery operated
  • Features
  • -Battery-powered concrete saw for heavy-duty tasks DSH 600-22 gets the same work done as a 60cc gas cut off saw, but without the fumes, noise, extra maintenance or fuel mix issues
  • -Long trigger time you can cut as much concrete with two sets of B 22-170 batteries as with one full tank of gas thanks to the combination of smarter, more efficient Nuron batteries and cordless-optimized blades
  • -Lower running costs no fuel to buy or mix; less maintenance, and up to double the lifespan of a gas saw thanks to a brushless electric motor
  • Improved safety features fume-free, quieter, lower-vibration cutting, and a fast-acting blade brake
  • -Better maneuverability weighing just 19.6 lbs (or 26.5 lbs including two B 22-170 batteries and a 12 blade), this cut-off saw is engineered for comfortable handling in any orientation
  • Applications
  • -Cutting concrete and masonry such as making new openings or trimming blocks to size (max. cutting depth 4-3/4" with 12 blades)
  • -Paving cutting curbstones, pavers and asphalt
  • -Metalwork cutting metal deck, rebar, steel sheet, metal track, and pipes
  • -Cutting indoors battery-powered cut-off saws are quieter and fume-free
  • -Virtually dust-free cutting OSHA 1926.1153 Table-1 compliance for silica dust control when used with a compatible water supply (available separately)
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