Hydraulic cable cutter CutMax-C11

hydraulic cable cutter
hydraulic cable cutter
hydraulic cable cutter
hydraulic cable cutter
hydraulic cable cutter
hydraulic cable cutter
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hydraulic, battery-powered


Benefits Cutting force: 124 kN Also cuts armoured cables (Ground cable NYY 4x240mm2) Battery: 18 V, 5 Ah, Makita Full tool control: Conversion manual/automatic return Lever locking device return and flow Battery-operated hydraulic cutting tool CutMax-C11 - Comfort series with compatible 18 V Makita battery The battery cutter CutMax-C11 with 124 kN is a powerful cordless hydraulic cutting tool, which can also be positioned well on the cable in confined spaces with the open cutting geometry. The LED for illumination of the working area and the additional handle support this. With the handle that can be used on both sides, you have the 8.5 kg weight well under control and can also position the cordless cutting tool securely in the field. With 105 mm opening width and the corresponding force in optimally matched 2-step hydraulics, you can now cut even large cross-sections even more efficiently, e.g. Cu or Al stranded conductors, round material and power cables Al up to 4 x 300 mm2. Thanks to improved technology, this tool is even faster under load. You have full tool control via the feed and return buttons, with which you can control the cutting process at any time. New is the possibility to change the tool to automatic return. After reaching the maximum cutting force, the cutting blades automatically return to their starting position. However, you can stop the blades at the desired position by tapping the feed button - you always have full control over your tool. The 18 V lithium-ion battery with 5 Ah of Makita included in the set fits seamlessly into your existing tool park.



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