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Tool selector. Choose the right Hilti tool. Rotary hammers, combihammers and breakers Category Tool

Cordless TE 2-A rotary hammers TE 6-A

Basic tool data Dust Sound Vibration Time to removal pressure value EAV available level LpA* DRS-S 86 dB(A) 14.5 m/s2 14 min.

Productivity data Time to Numbers of holes to EAV 2.5 m/s2 (ELV 5 m/s2) for drilling diameter [mm] … ELV Hole depth 50mm Hole depth 100mm 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 25 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 57 min. 129 119 47 36

DRS-S

99 min.

(516) (476) (188) (144)

90 dB(A)

11 m/s2

25 min.

251 219 94

75

61

45

(1004)(876) (376) (300) (244) (180)

TE 7-A

DRS-M

88 dB(A)

11 m/s2

25 min.

99 min.

228 237 126 112 85

69

(912) (948) (504 (448) (340) (276)

Rotary TE 1 (02) hammers TE 2 (all types) TE 2 (02) (all types) TE 6-S

DRS-S

89 dB(A)

15 m/s2

13 min.

52 min.

133 56

35 (140)

41

(532) (224) (164)

DRS-S

89 dB(A)

16 m/s2

12 min.

47 min.

116 49

39

(464) (196) (156)

DRS-S

91 dB(A)

13.5 m/s2 16 min.

66 min.

171 163 73

61

(684) (652) (292) (244)

DRS-M

87 dB(A)

11 m/s2

25 min.

99 min.

247 111 79

73

56

(988) (444) (316) (292) (224)

TE 7-C

DRS-M

89 dB(A)

17 m/s2

10 min.

42 min.

103 107 52

45

34

28 18

14

(412) (428) (208) (180) (136) (112) (72) (56)

Combihammers

TE 16 DRS-S (all types) TE 30 DRS-S

89 dB(A)

16.5 m/s2 11 min.

44 min.

123 63

60

(492 (252) (240)

90 dB(A)

16.5 m/s2 11 min.

44 min.

60

61

(240) (244)

TE 30-C- DRS-S AVR TE 30-M- DRS-S AVR TE 40 DRS-S TE 40AVR TE 50 TE 50AVR TE 56

DRS-S DRS-S DRS-S DRS-S

TE 56DRS-S ATC TE 60 (02) DRS-S TE 60-C- DRS-S ATC (02) TE 70 no TE 70ATC TE 76 TE 76ATC TE 80

no no no no

90 dB(A) 90 dB(A) 93 dB(A) 94 dB(A) 95 dB(A) 93 dB(A) 92 dB(A) 92 dB(A) 96 dB(A) 99 dB(A) 99 dB(A)

12 m/s2 12 m/s2

91 dB(A)

21 min.

16.3 m/s2 11 min. 10.7 m/s2 26 min. 16.1 m/s2 12 min. 11.4 m/s2 23 min. 17 m/s2 16 m/s2

10 min. 12 min.

18.5 m/s2 9 min. 9 m/s2 22 m/s2

99.5 dB(A) 22 m/s2

91 dB(A)

21 min.

17 m/s2 15 m/s2

99.5 dB(A) 8.8 m/s2

37 min. 6 min. 6 min. 10 min. 13 min. 39 min.

84 min. 84 min. 45 min. 105 min. 46 min. 92 min. 42 min. 47 min. 35 min. 148 min.

40

19

(160)

(76)

51

19

(204)

(76)

114 116

78

36

(456) (464)

(312)

(144)

114 116

78

36

(456) (464)

(312)

(144

52

29

20

(208)

(116)

(80)

121

67

46

(484)

(268)

(184)

50

29

(200)

(116)

99

57

(396)

(228)

20

12

(88) (80)

(48)

22 44

47

29

22

17

(116)

(88)

(68) (52)

33

25

(132)

(100)

20

13 14

(80) (56)

25

18

12

(100)

(72)

(48)

113

82

56

(452)

(328)

(224)

25 min.

53 min.

(96)

(188)

25 min.

42 min.

24

40

(176) (160)

21

15

7

(84)

(60)

(28)

21

15

7

(84)

(60)

(28)

29

21

17

13

(116)

(84)

(68)

(52)

37

26

22

16

(148)

(104)

(88)

(64)

155 min.

144

93

53

(576)

(372)

(212)

*Sound pressure level LpA according to European Standard EN 60745-2-11.

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Category

Tool

Breakers

TE 106 TE 300-AVR TE 500 TE 500-AVR TE 706 TE 706-AVR TE 805 TE 905-AVR TE 1000-AVR TE 1500-AVR TE 30-C-AVR TE 30-M-AVR TE 56 TE 60 (02) TE 60-ATC (02) TE 70 TE 76 TE 80

Combihammers

Dust removal available DRS-B DRS-B DRS-B DRS-B DRS-B DRS-B DRS-B DRS-B DRS-B DRS-B no no DRS-B DRS-B DRS-B DRS-B DRS-B DRS-B

Basic tool data Sound Vibration pressure value level LpA* 90 dB(A) 14 m/s2 91 dB(A) 13.5 m/s2 94 dB(A) 12.1 m/s2 94 dB(A) 10.1 m/s2 90 dB(A) 9 m/s2 87 dB(A) 5.5 m/s2 90 dB(A) 15 m/s2 92 dB(A) 8.5 m/s2 87 dB(A) 6.5 m/s2 89 dB(A) 12 m/s2 90 dB(A) 11 m/s2 90 dB(A) 11 m/s2 92 dB(A) 13 m/s2 96 dB(A) 14 m/s2 99 dB(A) 8.5 m/s2 99 dB(A) 18 m/s2 91 dB(A) 15 m/s2 99.5 dB(A) 8.5 m/s2

Time to EAV

Time to ELV

Volume till EAV

15 min. 16 min. 20 min. 29 min. 37 min. 99 min. 13 min. 42 min. 71 min. 21 min. 25 min. 25 min. 18 min. 15 min. 42 min. 9 min. 13 min. 42 min.

61 min. 64 min. 82 min. 118 min. 148 min. 397 min. 53 min. 166 min. 284 min. 84 min. 100 min. 100 min. 71 min. 61 min. 166 min. 37 min. 53 min. 166 min.

4.1 l 5.0 l 22.1 l 31.8 l 41.5 l 111.1 l 44.4 l 139.8 l 325.0 l 145.0 l 7.0 l 7.0 l 14.9 l 12.9 l 34.0 l 11.9 l 14.7 l 56.5 l

Productivity data Volume till ELV

16 l 20 l 88 l 127 l 165 l 444 l 177 l 559 l 1300 l 580 l 28 l 28 l 59 l 51 l 136 l 47 l 58 l 225 l

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Application

chiseling to the wall chiseling to the wall chiseling to the wall chiseling to the wall chiseling to the wall chiseling to the wall demolition on floor edge demolition on floor edge demolition on floor edge demolition on floor edge chiseling to the wall chiseling to the wall chiseling to the wall chiseling to the wall chiseling to the wall chiseling to the wall chiseling to the wall chiseling to the wall

*Sound pressure level LpA according to European Standard EN 60745-2-11.

Examples for volume of liter (chiseling to the wall) Volume in liter 1 2 5 10 20 50 100 500

Depth in cm 10 20 20 10 20 20 10 20

How to read the selector. In this example we compare the TE 2-A and TE 7-A cordless rotary hammers. A dust removal solution (DRS-M) is available for the TE 7-A. The sound pressure level of these tools experienced by users with simple hearing protection is shown in the next column. The next two columns show the triaxial vibration value required for a risk analysis and the time the tool can be operated before

x x x x x x x x

Lenght in cm 5 10 5 5 10 20 50 50

x x x x x x x x

breadth in cm 20 10 50 200 100 125 200 500

reaching the exposure action value (EAV) and the exposure limit value (ELV). The next part of the selector shows the number of holes that can be drilled with that tool before reaching the exposure action value or the exposure limit value (in brackets), depending on the diameter of the hole. The section marked in grey is the recommended diameter range for the different tools. Please note that the number of 4– 8 mm dia.

holes given applies to a depth of 50 mm, while for diameters bigger than 8 mm hole depth is 100 mm. This makes it easier to compare the different tools. Example: With a TE 2-A, you can drill 120 holes 8mm in diameter and to a depth of 50 mm before reaching the exposure action value, while with a TE 7-A you can drill 237 holes of the same size before reaching the EAV.

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Diamond coring tools Hand-held diamond core drilling with water in non reinforced concrete Basic tool data Dust Sound Work removal pressure piece available level LpA*

Tool

DD EC 1

wet

84 dB(A)

concrete

DD 130

wet

89 dB(A)

DD 110-W

wet

84 dB(A)

Core bit Vibration lenght or value type ≤ 150 10 m/s2 300 mm

17 m/s2

concrete

HWC

5 m/s2

concrete

HWC

4.6 m/s2

8

Productivity data Number of holes till EAV 2.5 m/s2 (ELV 5 m/s2) for coring diameter [mm] Hole depth 100 mm 12 16 18 20 24 28 35 52 120 110 100 (480) (440) (400) 47 28 (188) (112) 90 40 (360) (160) 200 80 (800) (320)

*Sound pressure level LpA according to European Standard EN 60745-2-11.

min./max. Diameter range (recommendation)

Hand-held dry diamond socket cutting into sand-limestone

Machine

Dust removal available

DD 110-D

DD 130

dry, vacuum

dry, vacuum

Basic tool data Sound Work piece pressure level LpA* 84 dB(A)

89 dB(A)

sand-limestone

sand-limestone

Vibration value

Core bit type

5.8 m/s2

SC HDMU

12 m/s2

SC PCM

6 m/s2

SC HDMU

11 m/s2

SC PCM

Productivity data Number of holes till EAV 2.5 m/s2 (ELV 5 m/s2) for coring diameter [mm] Hole depth 60 mm 68 82 320 (1280) 130 (520) 280 (1120) 190 (760)

*Sound pressure level LpA according to European Standard EN 60745-2-11.

min./max. Diameter range (recommendation)

Hand-held dry diamond core drilling into sand-limestone

Machine

DD 110-D DD 130

Dust removal available dry, vacuum dry, vacuum

Basic tool data Sound Work pressure piece level LpA* 84 dB(A) sandlimestone 89 dB(A) sandlimestone

Vibration value

Core bit type

5.8 m/s2

HDMU

6 m/s2

HDMU

Productivity data Number of holes till EAV 2.5 m/s2 (ELV 5 m/s2) for coring diameter [mm] Hole depth 100 mm 8 12 16 18 20 24 28 35 52 67 68 87 102 112 122 132 152 162 230 200 90 20 (920) (800) (360) (80) 370 170 100 30 (1480) (680) (400) (120)

*Sound pressure level LpA according to European Standard EN 60745-2-11.

min./max. Diameter range (recommendation)

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Diamond coring tools Rig based diamond core drilling with water in non reinforced concrete Basic tool data Dust Sound Work removal pressure piece available level LpA*

Machine

Productivity data Vibration value 7 m/s2

Core bit length or type ≤ 150

11 m/s2

300mm

DD EC1-Rig

wet

84 dB(A)

concrete

DD 120-Rig

wet

89 dB(A)

concrete

< 2.5 m/s2 DD BI…P2

DD 130-Rig

wet

89 dB(A)

concrete

3.5 m/s2

DD 200-Rig

wet

92 dB(A)

concrete

< 2.5 m/s2 DD BL…H2

DD 350-Rig

wet

95 dB(A)

concrete

< 2.5 m/s2 DD BL…H2

DD 500-Rig

wet

97 dB(A)

concrete

< 2.5 m/s2 DD BL…HX2

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Number of holes till EAV 2.5 m/s2 (ELV 5 m/s2) for coring diameter [mm] Hole depth 100 mm

12

16

18

20 24 110 (440) 65 (260)

28

35

52

Number of holes till EAV 2.5 m/s2 (ELV 5 m/s2) for coring diameter [mm] Hole depth 200 mm

67 68

65 (260)

170 (680) 290 (1160)

DD BI…P2

87 102 112 122 132 152 162 202

130 (520) 80 (320)

60 (240) 70 (280)

40 (160) 30 (120) 90 (360) 290 (1160) 300 (1200)

390 (1560) 1100 (4400) 700 (2800)

*Sound pressure level LpA according to European Standard EN 60745-2-11.

min./max. Diameter range (recommendation)

Diamond cutting tools Basic tool data Dust removal available Diamond DCH 180 SL Integrated cutters DCH 230 (01) Integrated

Category Tool

Productivity data Sound pressure level LpA* 103.5 dB(A)

Vibration value

102.5 dB(A)

4.7 m/s2

5.6 m/s2

DCH 300 (01)

Integrated

106 dB(A)

5.1 m/s2

DC-SE 20

Integrated

104 dB(A)

4.5 m/s2

Exposure Action Value 32 m 78.5 m 70 m 58 m 109 m 60.5 m 48 m 32 m 26 m 86 m 25.5 m

Exposure Limit Value 128 m 314 m 280 m 232 m 436 m 244 m 192 m 128 m 104 m 344 m 101 m

Application

Saw blade

wall chasing 45 mm deep in 40 N/mm2 concrete wall chasing 45 mm deep in sand-limestone cutting off 50 mm concrete slabs cutting grooves 45 mm deep in 40 N/mm2 concrete cutting grooves 50 mm deep in limestone cutting off 50 mm concrete slabs cutting grooves 45 mm deep in 40 N/mm2 concrete cutting grooves 45 mm deep in limestone to wall cutting grooves 90 mm deep in limestone to wall wall chasing 30 mm deep in sand-limestone wall chasing 30 mm deep in 40 N/mm2 concrete

DCH-D 185-SE C1 DCH-D 185-SE M1 DC-D 230-C1 DC-D 230-C1 DC-D 230-M1 DCH-D 305-C1 DCH-D 305-C1 DCH-D 305-M1 DCH-D 305-M1 DC-D 125-SE M1 DC-D 125-SE C1

Exposure Action Value 61 m 54 m 71 m 79 m 60 m 117 m 70 m 80 m 108 m

Exposure Limit Value 244 m 216 m 284 m 316 m 240 m 468 m 280 m 320 m 432 m

Application

Saw blade

cutting off 50 mm concrete slabs cutting grooves 30 mm deep in 40 N/mm2 concrete cutting grooves 45 mm deep in limestone cutting off 50 mm concrete slabs cutting grooves 30 mm deep in 40 N/mm2 concrete cutting grooves 45 mm deep in limestone cutting off 50 mm concrete slabs cutting grooves 30 mm deep in 40 N/mm2 concrete cutting grooves 45 mm deep in limestone

DC-D 230-C1 DC-D 230-C1 DC-D 230-C1 DC-D 230-C1 DC-D 230-C1 DC-D 230-C1 DC-D 230-C1 DC-D 230-C1 DC-D 230-C1

*Sound pressure level LpA according to European Standard EN 60745-2-11.

Angle grinders Basic tool data Dust removal available DAG 230-D DC-EX

Sound pressure level LpA* 101 dB(A)

Vibration value

DCG 230-D

DC-EX

101 dB(A)

6.0 m/s2

DCG 230-DB

DC-EX

101 dB(A)

6.0 m/s2

Category Tool

Angle grinders

Productivity data

6.0 m/s2

*Sound pressure level LpA according to European Standard EN 60745-2-11.

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Direct fastening tools DX tool Cartridge color

GX 120/ GX 120 ME GX 100/GX 100-E DX 351

DX 460

DX 76

–– –– White Green Yellow Red Green Yellow Red Black Blue Red Black

Vibration Allowed number of fastenings per day EAV ELV 2.5 m/s2 5 m/s2 3500 14000 2700 10800 2100 8400 1900 7600 1100 4400 800 3200 1300 5200 1000 4000 1000 4000 600 2400 700 2800 600 2400 400 1600

Noise Workplace relevant emission value LpA,1s

102 dB(A) 102 dB(A) 104 dB(A)

103 dB(A)

110 dB(A)

*Sound pressure level LpA, 1s measured at user’s ear according to standard EN 12549 for main application. Wear ear plugs according to operating instructions.

DX tool Cartridge color

DX 860 ENP

DX 860 HSN

DX E72

DX 36

Blue Red Black Yellow Red Black Brown Green Yellow Green Yellow Red

Vibration Allowed number of fastenings per day EAV ELV 2.5 m/s2 5 m/s2 3500 14000 2600 10400 1800 7200 5600 22400 5500 22000 3000 12000 1000 4000 900 3600 700 2800 600 2400 500 2000 500 2000

Noise Workplace relevant emission value LpA,1s

106 dB(A)

100 dB(A)

109 dB(A)

100 dB(A)

*Sound pressure level LpA, 1s measured at user’s ear according to standard EN 12549 for main application. Wear ear plugs according to operating instructions.

DX tool Cartridge color

DX A41

DX 750

Green Yellow Red Black Blue Red Black

Vibration Allowed number of fastenings per day EAV ELV 2.5 m/s2 5 m/s2 1300 5200 1000 4000 1000 4000 600 2400 600 2400 500 2000 400 1600

Noise Workplace relevant emission value LpA,1s

103 dB(A)

110 dB(A)

*Sound pressure level LpA, 1s measured at user’s ear according to standard EN 12549 for main application. Wear ear plugs according to operating instructions.

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Reciprocating saws Category Tool

Reciprocating saw

WSR 22-A WSR 36-A WSR 650-A WSR 900-PE WSR 1250-PE WSR 1400-PE

Basic tool data Dust Sound Vibration removal pressure value available level LpA* no 82 dB (A) 16 m/s2 18 m/s2 no 90 dB (A) 13 m/s2 16 m/s2 no 84 dB (A) 12 m/s2 16 m/s2 no 89 dB (A) 16 m/s2 23 m/s2 no 89 dB (A) 22 m/s2 26.5 m/s2 no 89 dB (A) 20 m/s2 28 m/s2

Time to EAV

Time to ELV

till EAV

till ELV

Productivity data Application

12 min. 9 min. 17 min. 11 min. 21 min. 12 min. 11 min. 5 min. 6 min. 4 min. 7 min. 3 min.

48 min. 36 min. 71 min. 46 min. 84 min. 48 min. 46 min. 22 min. 24 min. 17 min. 30 min. 15 min.

18.5 m 40 cuts 46.5 m 61 cuts 61 m 97 cuts 47.9 m 39 cuts 27.9 m 43 cuts 34.5 m 35 cuts

74 m 160 cuts 186 m 244 cuts 244 m 388 cuts 191 m 156 cuts 111 m 172 cuts 138 m 140 cuts

Cutting chipboard (thickness 38 mm) Cutting wooden beams (100 x 100 mm fir) Cutting chipboard (thickness 38 mm) Cutting wooden beams (100 x 100 mm fir) Cutting chipboard (thickness 38 mm) Cutting wooden beams (100 x 100 mm fir) Cutting chipboard (thickness 38 mm) Cutting wooden beams (100 x 100 mm fir) Cutting chipboard (thickness 38 mm) Cutting wooden beams (100 x 100 mm fir) Cutting chipboard (thickness 38 mm) Cutting wooden beams (100 x 100 mm fir)

Time to EAV

Time to ELV

till EAV

till ELV

Productivity data Application

17 min. 120 min. 27 min. 187 min. 24 min. 120 min. 37 min. 187 min.

68 min. 480 min. 108 min. 748 min. 96 min. 480 min. 148 min. 748 min.

50 m 23 m 70 m 26 m 75 m 24 m 110 m 29 m

200 m 92 m 280 m 104 m 300 m 96 m 440 m 116 m

Cutting chipboard (38 mm) Cutting sheet metal (3 mm) Cutting chipboard (38 mm) Cutting sheet metal (3 mm) Cutting chipboard (38 mm) Cutting sheet metal (3 mm) Cutting chipboard (38 mm) Cutting sheet metal (3 mm)

Saw blade WU20 WF23 WU20 WF23 WU20 WF23 WU20 WF23 WU20 WF23 WU20 WF23

*Sound pressure level LpA according to European Standard EN 60745-2-11.

Jig saws Category Tool

Jig saws WSJ 750 EB WSJ 750 ET WSJ 850 EB WSJ 850 ET

Basic tool data Dust Sound Vibration removal pressure value available level LpA* WSJ-DRS 88 dB (A) 13 m/s2 5 m/s2 WSJ-DRS 87 dB (A) 10.5 m/s2 4 m/s2 WSJ-DRS 88 dB (A) 11 m/s2 5 m/s2 WSJ-DRS 87 dB (A) 9 m/s2 4 m/s2

Saw blade W 91/P HCS M 50/2 BIM W 91/P HCS M 50/2 BIM W 91/P HCS M 50/2 BIM W 91/P HCS M 50/2 BIM

*Sound pressure level LpA according to European Standard EN 60745-2-11.

How to read the selector. In this example we show how to find the relevant data for risk assessment (e.g. number of cuts on a wooden beam before reaching exposure action value and exposure limit value.) The sound pressure level of these tools experienced by users with simple hearing protection is shown in the third column. The next column shows the triaxial vibration value required for a risk analysis. The next part of the selector shows

the time the tool can be operated and the number of cutting meters on chipboard respectively the number of cuts on wooden beam that can be performed with that tool before reaching the exposure action value (EAV, column 5 and 6) or the exposure limit value (ELV, column 7 and 8). Please note that these values are only valid with the appropriate saw blade used (mentioned in last column)If you have to perform ap-

plication not mentioned in the selector, you can use the exposure time for wooden beam application as first approximation for the risk assessment. Example: With WSR 36-A using the WF23 saw blade you can perform 61 cuts in wooden beam 100 x 100 mm before reaching exposure action value and 244 cuts before reaching exposure limit value.

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Disclaimer Disclaimer for power tool selector

Disclaimer for direct fastening selector

The vibration emission levels given in this information sheet have been measured in accordance with a standardised test described in EN 60745-1: 2006 or EN 61029 and may be used to compare one tool with another. They may be used for a preliminary assessment of exposure.

The vibration and noise values listed in this table are generated from laboratory tests and do not guarantee actual recoil values in any specific application on site. The values are rounded averages.

The declared vibration emission levels represent the main applications of the tools. However if the tools are used for different applications, with different accessories or are poorly maintained, the vibration emission may differ. This may significantly increase the exposure level over the total working period. An estimation of the level of exposure to vibration should also take into account the times when the tool is switched off or when it is running but not actually doing the job. This may significantly reduce the exposure level over the total working period. Identify additional safety measures to protect the operator from the effects of vibration such as: maintain the tool and the accessories, keep the hands warm, organisation of work patterns.

These vibration and noise values are therefore to be used as a guideline only. The employer is responsible for adhering to legal requirements applicable to workplace health and safety and for evaluation of the actual vibration and noise values by taking the appropriate on-site measurements. Underlying measurements for vibration values are one-dimensional and taken in typical applications under laboratory conditions in accordance with ISO 8662-11. Underlying measurements for noise values are taken in typical applications under laboratory conditions in accordance with EN 12 549 acoustics – noise test code for fastener driving tools.

The respective numbers shown in the selector indicate as follows: – Rotary hammers (1): Numbers of holes that can be drilled in one working day without exceeding the exposure action value or exposure limit value as defined in the EU vibration directive 2002/44/EC. – Combi hammers (2): Numbers of holes that can be drilled or respectively the size of opening that can be chiselled in one working day without exceeding the exposure action value or exposure limit value as defined in the EU vibration directive 2002/44/EC. – Breakers (3): The size of opening that can be chiselled in one working day without exceeding the exposure action value or exposure limit value as defined in the EU vibration directive 2002/44/EC. – Diamond coring tools (4): Numbers of hole that can be drilled in one working day without exceeding the exposure action value or exposure limit value as defined in the EU vibration directive 2002/44/EC. – Reciprocating saws (5): Number of cutting meters that can be cut or respectively the number of cuts that can be performed in one working day without exceeding the exposure action value or exposure limit value as defined in the EU vibration directive 2002/44/EC. The vibration values listed are triaxial measurements made in accordance with EN 60745-1:2006 or EN 61029. The vibration values shown are generated from laboratory test data and do not guarantee actual vibration values for any specific application on site. The values are rounded averages. Noise values are measured in accordance with EN 60745-1:2006 or EN 61029. Regardless of the noise value, Hilti strongly recommends that appropriate noise protection is worn. The material used for the measurements is defined as following: – Rotary hammers, combi hammers, breakers and diamond coring tools are measured on concrete with a minimum compressive strength of 40 N/mm2 (after 28 days). The concrete is not reinforced. The depth of the holes drilled is stated in the respective table. – Reciprocating saws are measured on chipboard with the dimensions of 600 x 38 mm and beams of fir wood with the dimensions of 100 x 100 mm. The size of opening chiselled by the small breakers up to and including the TE 706 represents chiselling out an opening in a wall (e.g. for a window) in solid material, i.e. the opening is surrounded by concrete on all sides. When chiselling at the edge of a slab, performance is higher by a factor of 2–3. With the TE 805 and TE 905-AVR, the application is demolition chiselling towards the ground on an edge. The productivity values are calculated on the basis of the vibration value and performance of the tool and are measured in the procedures according to EN 60745-1:2006 or EN 61029. They vary, depending on many factors, such as the material, possible rebar hits, type and sharpness of the bit, chisel or blade used and the working behaviour of the user etc. All values are measured using new Hilti power tools and bits, chisels, blades etc. Drilling into or through rebars influences the rate of drilling progress and vibration emissions. This, as a rule, leads to a significant reduction of overall productivity (decrease in the number of holes drilled). The values given in the tool and application selectors are therefore to be used only as a guideline. The employer is responsible for ensuring that limit values are not exceeded. The efficiency of dust removal systems depends strongly on their correct use as well as the conditions on the jobsite, e.g. the type and surface shape of the material worked on. The values given and statements made with respect to dust removal are therefore an indication only. Dust from material such as paint containing lead, some wood species, minerals and metal may be harmful. Contact with or inhalation of the dust may cause allergic reactions and/or respiratory diseases to the operator or bystanders. Certain kinds of dust are classified as carcinogenic such as oak and beech dust especially in conjunction with additives for wood conditioning (chromate, wood preservative). Material containing asbestos must only be treated by specialists. • Where the use of a dust extraction device is possible it shall be used. • The work place must be well ventilated. • The use of a dust mask of filter class P2 is recommended. Follow national requirements for the materials you want to work with.

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