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Husqvarna Construction Products is the world leader when it comes to equipment and diamond tools for the construction industry. We provide users all over the world with the most efficient and reliable equipment there is. By doing this we ensure that our professional users will be proud of a job well done. And proud professionals are our best reward.


Contents. Flat Sawing Diamond tools for Flat Sawing

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Early entry sawing Diamond tools for early entry sawing

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Surface preparation Diamond tools for grinding and polishing

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Masonry and tile sawing Diamond tools for masonry and tile sawing

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Drilling Diamond tools for drilling

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Handheld power cutting Diamond tools for handheld power cutting Diamond tools for angle grinders Diamond tool trouble shooting

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Husqvarna Construction Products are certified according to ISO 90001 and member of OSA, the Organisation for the Safety of Abrasives.


Use the QR-tag to see a film about our innovations.

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Boost your business! We provide the solutions. The future of equipment for the construction and stone industry lies in efficient, comprehensive solutions. That’s why we’ll continue developing complete innovative systems containing machines, tools, power packs, accessories, and more. All this creates great flexibility and opens up for even more efficient, profitable business. Be assured — with Husqvarna, you have a strong partner to support your ambitions for many years ahead!

Taking the lead. We know that professionals take pride in a job well done. To give them the best conditions for success in their day-to-day work, we work closely with professional users in all product development. Their needs and preferences inspire us to create new solutions that combine high professional performance with user focus, making work easier, more productive and rewarding. Solutions that also optimise the utilisation of resources. Here are some examples of our innovative thinking from recent years. World leading diamond tools. As the world leading producer of diamond tools, we’re constantly on the front-edge of cutting hard materials. Our unique Diagrip™ technology with optimal, threedimensional distribution of coarse diamonds results in smooth, trouble-free and stable operation without any vibrations – at 20 –30 % higher speed. Less dust and slurry with DEX. DEX is our dust management system, containing many solutions

for dry and wet cutting. For instance, the power cutter K 3000 Wet has a water-saving wet cutting kit. K 3000 Wet can also be converted for dry cutting by using a Vac attachment which is available as accessory. These solutions result in clean and tidy cutting with a minimum of dust, water usage and slurry. Ergonomics means productivity. Working with heavy machines is strenuous on the body. This is why we develop machines that are easy to use, have low vibration levels, ergonomic handles and wellpositioned controls. Providing good preconditions for a comfortable and productive day-to-day work of users around the world. Unique X-Torq technology. This revolutionary technology developed for two-stroke engines delivers more power, while cutting fuel consumption by up to 20 % and emissions by up to 75 % (compared to similar, traditional engine technology). Good for the environment, as well as for the user.

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Ergonomics means productivity.

Ergonomic handles shoulder width apart

2.4 kp 3.5 kp

3.9 kp

4.4 kp

Less downward pressure required

10 kp

Less verticle pressure needed

10 kp

Use HALF the force required for a deeper cut

Stress free cutting. Husqvarna design and produce products based around the user and the natural laws of nature. This means that the products are designed to be used close to the body's natural centre of gravity. This enables greater control, enhances precision of use and in the end reduces stress and fatigue on the Operator.


Do-it-Yourself Surface Preparation.

Husqvarna PG 280 & PG 400. Compact floor grinding machines perfect for surface cleaning and grinding of glue remains, paint and spackle on large concrete surfaces. PG 400 available in 3-phase & PG 280 available in single-phase.

Diamond tools for surface preparation. Listening to our customers has helped us build a full range of tools to suit every step of the surface preparation process. Husqvarna offers an array of equipment developed for use with most materials, from the hardest to more porous concrete floors, to meet ambitious requirements for cutting speed and surface finish.


Cutting with unbeatable dust control.

Use the QR-tag to see K 3000 Wet in action.

Husqvarna K 3000 Wet. This electric power cutter has a wet cutting kit that efficiently bunds dust using a minimum of water. Ideal when cutting where you need to minimise slurry. K 3000 Wet can also be converted for dry cutting by using the convenient Vac attachment, which is available as an accessory. Unlike other electric power cutters on the market, the blades on Husqvarna's electric power cutters rotate forward, cutting into the material efficiently with a minimum of strain on the operator.

With the quick connection, you can easily switch between traditional and vacuum-assisted cutting

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Husqvarna DC 1400. A versatile dust collection unit for wet nd dry applications. Highly efficient thanks to many features, including automatic dust filter cleaning. The compact design and low weight makes it easily portable and ideal for smaller jobs. Recommended for PG 400, PG 280, K 3000 Vac and DM 220.


All you need in one place.

Husqvarna Core Kits. Husqvarna offer the complete solutions package when you need to get the job done. Available now is the Air Conditioning Kit, Electricians Kit and Large & Small Tile Kits.

Air conditioning kit.

Electrician kit.

Complete solutions package. 5 pieces with the most commonly used diameters, a connector, a centering device, adapters and extension. Weight 6 kg.

Complete solutions package. 4 pieces – 2 diameters, 68 and 82 mm, an M 16 connector, a centering device, and adapters. Weight 2.3 kg. Drill bit box, D 625 EL

522 97 66-01

Air conditioning kit D 625 M 16 522 97 64-01 Content of kit d 625 m 16. D 625 drill bit, Ø 52 mm, 150 mm, connector M 16 D 625 drill bit, Ø 57 mm, 150 mm, connector M 16 D 625 drill bit, Ø 68 mm, 150 mm, connector M 16 D 625 drill bit, Ø 85 mm, 150 mm, connector M 16 D 625 drill bit, Ø 107 mm, 150 mm, connector M 16 Centering device Adapter drill bit, HEX – M 16 M Adapter drill bit, SDS + – M 16 M Adapter drill bit,1 / 2" GM – M 16 M Extension drill bit, 250 mm, M 16 F – M 16 M

CONTENT D 625 drill bit, Ø 68 mm, 62 mm, connector M 16 D 625 drill bit, Ø 82 mm, 62 mm, connector M 16 Centering device Adapter drill bit, HEX – M 16 M Adapter drill bit, SDS + – M 16 M

Small diameters tile kit.

Big diameters tile kit.

For motors up to 1 kW. Supplied with HEX connectors, easy core removal and centering device for Ø 5 –12 mm. Content: D 605 drill bits, Ø 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12 mm.

For motors up to 1 kW. Supplied with M 14 connectors, HEX + SDS adapters and centering device for diameters 20 – 65 mm. Content: D 605 drill bits, Ø 20, 27, 35, 45, 55, 65 mm.

Tile kit

522 97 61-01

Tile kit

522 97 62-01

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Flat Sawing

Model Engine manufacturer Engine specifications Max power, kW (hp)  Displacement, cc Bore  (Stroke), mm Cylinders / Cycles Fuel capacity, l Oil capacity Air filter Starter Engine cooling Motor, rpm Axle, front / rear Wheels, front Wheels, rear Handlebar adjustment Transmission type Transmission speeds, m / min Blade guard type Max blade diameter, mm Max depth of cut, mm Arbor size, mm Number of belts Blade depth control Blade flanges, mm Weight crated, kg Dimensions, mm (L × W × H) Dimensions crated, mm (L × W × H) Sound pressure level, Lpa(dB) Sound power level, Lwa (dB) Hand-arm vibration Aeq, m / s2

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FS 309

FS 413

Honda GX270 6.7(9) 270 77 ( 58) 1 / 4 5.3 1.1 Cyclone Dry Dual Cord Air 3000 20 / 20 100 × 35 × 20 160 × 35 × 20 Yes Bolted 350 120 25.4 Poly-V Handwheel 90 71 915 × 381 × 990 975 × 505 × 850 84 100 3

Honda GX390 8.2 (11) 389 88 / 64 1 / 4 6.1 1.1 Cyclone Dry Dual Cord Air 3000 25.4 / 25.4 125 × 40 × 20 203 × 51 × 25.4 Yes Slip-on 500 190 25.4 (1") Poly-V Handwheel 114 178 1550 × 655 × 1200 1125× 725× 1125 96 106 3


Husqvarna Soff Cut Method Of the problems facing concrete contractors, random cracking is among the most costly and aggravating. SoffCut has the unique Early Entry drycutting system which controls random cracking by making the cut at an early stage.

Random Cracking

The Soff-Cut technology is based on the combination of the Soff-Cut blade and skid plate. The up-cutting rotation of the blade combines with the skid plate, which applies pressure to the surface to prevent chipping and spalling. Soff-Cut early entry

Model Engine manufacturer Engine specifications Max power, kW (hp)  Displacement, cc Bore / Stroke, mm Cylinders / Cycles Fuel capacity, l Oil capacity Air filter Starter Engine cooling Motor, rpm Axle, front / rear Wheels, front Wheels, rear Handlebar adjustment Transmission type Transmission speeds, m / min Blade guard type Max. blade diameter, mm Max. depth of cut, mm Arbor size, mm Number of belts Blade depth control Blade flanges, mm Weight crated, kg Dimensions, mm (L × W × H) Dimensions crated, mm (L × W × H) Sound pressure level, Lpa(dB) Sound power level, Lwa (dB) Hand-arm vibration Aeq, m / s2

FS 524 Honda GX670 15.3 (20.5) 670 77 / 67 2 / 4 6.5 1.9 Dry type canister Electric Air 3000 22 / 22 127 × 38 × 22 254 × 76 × 22 Yes Hydrostatic transaxle 0 – 26 Slip-on 600 220 25.4 Poly-V Handwheel 114 271 1750 × 660 × 1200 1360 × 800 × 1130 94 104 3.5

Model Blade guard capacity, in (mm)  Bladeshaft rpm Max. depth of cut, in (mm) Arbor size, in (mm)

X 150 6 (152) 3,800 1-3/16 (30) Triangular

Wheels front, in (mm)

3 x 3 (76 x 76); 3 each

Wheels rear, in (mm)

3 x 3 (76 x 76); 3 each

Power, hp

4 - 1/2

Max weight crated, lbs (kg)

91 (41)

Max weight uncrated, lbs (kg)

87 (39)

Dimensions uncrated, in (mm) L xW x H

68 x 19 x 33-1/2

(1,727 x 487 x 970)

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Surface Preparation

Model

PG 280

PG 400

Power, kW Voltage,V Rated current, A Power supply Grinding width, mm Grinding disc, mm Grinding pressure total, kg Grinding pressure per disc, kg Power per grinding disc, kW Grinding disc speed, rpm Planetary head speed, rpm Direction of rotation Dimensions (L x W x H), mm Weight, kg

2.2 220 - 240 13 1 - phase 280 25 25 2.2 1440 1200 x 410 x 1000 70

4 380 - 480 16 3 - phase 410 55 55 4 1440 1400 x 510 x 1050 115

Surface Preparation Diamond Tooling Husqvarna offers a complete range of robust metal-bonded diamond tools for every application. With six different types of products, the G 1100 series offers the best removal rate and has the longest durability. For smaller jobs and for users not specialised in surface preparation, the G600 range offers a good and simple alternative.

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G 620 Product Number

543089376 543089380 543089377 543089381 543089378 543089382 543089379 543089383

Name

G 623 S G 623 D G 624 S G 624 D G 625 S G 625 D G 627 S G 627 D

Grit Size

20 20 30 30 50 50 100 100

Bond Hardness

Soft Soft Soft Soft Soft Soft Soft Soft


Model Power, kW Voltage,V Max rated current, A Power supply Airflow, m3 / hr (cfm) Max vacuum, mbar Suction inlet diameter, mm Primary filtration surface area, m2 Micro filter surface area, m2 Dimensions (L x W x H), mm Weight, kg

DC 1400

DC 3300

1.4 220 –240 16 1 - phase 220 230 35 580 × 380 × 870 16

3.3 220 - 240 16 1 - phase 520 (325) 300 75 1 1 900 x 650 x 1520 97

G 640 Product Number

543089384 543089387 543089385 543089388 543089386 543089389 543093277 543093278

G 670 Name

G 643 S G 643 D G 644 S G 644 D G 645 S G 645 D G 647 S G 647 D

Grit Size

20 20 30 30 50 50 100 100

Bond Hardness

Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium Medium

Product Number

543089390 543089392 543089391 543089393

Name

G 673 S G 673 D G 674 S G 674 D

Grit Size

20 20 30 30

Bond Hardness

Hard Hard Hard Hard

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Tile & Masonry Saws

Model

TS 66 R

TS 73 R

Power, W Voltage,V Phases Cycles, Hz Motor, rpm Electric protection class Blade Shaft, rpm Max blade diameter, mm Max. depth of cut, mm Arbor size, mm Max. length of cut, mm Wet / dry cutting 45째 angle cut Water tank capacity, l Duration of one tank, min Weight, kg Weight, crated kg Dimensions, mm (L x W x H) Dimensions, crated/packed Sound pressure level, Lpa (dB) Sound power level, Lwa (dB) Hand-arm vibrations Aeq. m/s2

800 230 1 50 2800 IP 54 200 40 25.4 660 Wet Head tilting 15 41 45 950 x 480 x 490 960 x 460 x 540 63 70 1

1000 115 / 230 1 50 2800 IP 54 230 50 25.4 730 Wet Head tilting 15 47 54 1060 x 575 x 600 1070 x 590 x 650 66 66 2

Tile & Masonry Saws For people who work with stone, brick, large tiles or blocks, precision is crucial to the end result. Husqvarna's table saws are highly efficient and easy to use whether you're cutting large or small tiles.

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Unique blade guard allows quick & efficient installation of the blade

Tiltable head on all models allows plunging and cutting at 45째

Foldable and removable legs on all models.


Model

TS 300 E

TS 350 E

TS 400 F

Power, W Voltage,V Phases Cycles, Hz Motor, rpm Electric protect. class Engine cooling Blade shaft, rpm Max blade diameter, mm Max depth of cut, mm Max length of cut, mm Arbor size, mm Number of belts Distance blade / support Wet / Dry cutting 45° angle cut Water tank capacity, l Weight, kg Weight, crated, kg Dimensions, mm (L × W × H) Dimensions, crated, mm (L × W × H) Sound pressure level, Lpa (dB) Sound power level, Lwa (dB) Hand-arm vibration Aeq, m / s2

2200 / 2700 230 / 400 1-3 50 2800 IP 55 Air 2800 (300) 350 80 (100) 700 25.4 Direct drive 310 Wet Yes, head tilting 40 82 110 1120 x 600 x 600 1230 x 720 860 76-82 110-112 2

2200 110 / 230  1–3 50 2800 IP 55 Air 2800 350 100 700 25.4 Direct drive 310 Wet Yes, head tilting 40 92 125 1120 × 600 × 600 1230 × 720 × 860 76-82  110-112 2

2200 115/230/400 1-3 50 2800 IP 55 Air 2800 400 125/230 700 25.4 Direct drive 310 Wet Yes, head tilting 40 96 125 1120 x 600 x 600 1230 x 720 x 860 82-97 102-104 2

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Drilling

Model Input power, W Electric motor Voltage,V Spindle speed full load, rpm Drill connection Drill diameter, max mm Travel length, mm Column height, mm Total weight, kg Sound pressure level, dB (A) Sound power level, dB (A)

DMS 160 AT

DMS 240

1550 1 - phase 230 1100 R 1/2" 120 700 890 12 89 102

2400 1 - phase 230 185 / 455 1 1/4" 7 UNC 250 685 1000 25 99 106

ACCESSORIES

For dust-free cutting indoors, combine your system with a Husqvarna Vacuum Pump.

Drill Stands Drill diameter, max mm Travel, max mm Pivoting Angling Weight, incl. carriage, kg Recommended Drill Motor

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DS 250

DS 150

250 685 0 - 60째 16 DM 220

150 495 0 - 60째 15.5 DM 230

Vacuum Pump VP 200

544929001


Model Input power, W Motor Voltage, W Speeds Spindle speed full load, rpm Drill diameter with stand, max mm Drill diameter handheld, max mm Mounting collar, mm Spindle thread, outer Spindle thread, inner UNC water coupling Sound pressure level, dB (A) Sound power level, dB (A) Weight, kg Flow, max l/min Pressure max bar Recommended drill stand

DM 220

DM 230

1850 1 - phase, electric 230 3 580 / 1400 / 2900 150 1 1/4" 7 UNC G 1 / 2" or 5 / 8" 11 UNC G 1/4" 90 94 7.5 -

1850 1 - phase, electric 230 3 580 / 1400 / 2900 150 80 60 1 1/4" 7 UNC G 1/2" G 1/4" 90 94 7.0 -

DS 250

DS 150

Drilling Systems Efficient drilling equipment is just as much as about maneuvrability and ergonomics as it is about capacity and adaptability to different drilling jobs. Whether drilling by hand or using a stand, both the drill motor and other equipment must be light, efficient and easy to use. Not until you can work without unnecessary effort and without wasting time, before as well as during the job, can you really talk about efficiency. Visit www.husqvarnacp.com.au for a wide variety of accessories for our drilling range.

Watercooled 3 speed gearbox for optimal drilling performance.

Equipped with Elgard™ which indicates via the LED lights when the machine is overloaded. This allows the operator to always drill at maximum pressure and prevents engine damage and extends product life.

The ergonomic designed handle with pistol grip gives the user control of the torque of the drill bit.

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Power Cutters

Smart solutions for efficient tools. X-Torq saves you up to 20% on fuel. Factual reduction of hydro carbons resulting in fuels* saving per one machine and year.

In a fleet of 10 machines, this shows the total reduction of hydro carbons resulting in fuels saving per year. The X-Torq technology differs from conventional engine technology in that it uses dual intakes, one for the clean air and one for the fuel-air mixture. First, a barrier of clean air presses out the burnt gases, after which the fuel-air mixture is flushed in. In addition to increased power, results include up to 75 % reduction in emissions and a 20 % reduction in fuel consumption.

* Each fuel can represents 50 ltrs of fuel.

If all power cutters in the world were ­e quipped with X-Torq engine technology: - 13.500 tons less hydrocarbons would be emitted per year. - 19 million litres less two-stroke fuel would be used per year. Emissions

Fuel consumption

Husqvarna X-Torq engine

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Power

Standard 2-stroke engine

Estimated world population of petrol power cutters 750.000 of which 50 % is estimated to have conventional two-stroke engines. X-Torq means reduction of hydrocarbons per year and machine by 36 kg resulting in reduced fuel ­consumption per year and machine by 51 litres.


Model Air-cooled 2-cycle engine Displacement, cc Power, kW Power / weight ratio Weight*, kg Blade/bar, mm Cutting depth, mm Active Air Filtration™ X-Torq SmartCarb™ DuraStarter™ EasyStart decompression valve Air purge Poly-V Belt Sealed transmission Reversible cutting arm Fuel indicator in the tank Easy-adjust blade guard Wet cutting kit DEX Replaceable arbor bushing Sound power level Lwa, dB (A) Sound pressure level, dB (A) Vibrations front handle equivilant, m/s2 Vibrations rear handle equivilant, m/s2

K 760

K 970

K 1260

K 970 Ring

• 74 3.7 0.38 / 0.37 9.7 / 9.9 300 / 350 100 / 125

• 94 4.8 0.45 / 0.44 / 0.41 10.6 / 11.0 / 11.8 300 / 350 / 400 100 / 125 / 145

• 119 5.8 0.42 / 0.39 13.9 / 14.7 350 / 400 125 / 145

• 94 4.8 0.35 13.5 350 260

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • 113 97 3.2 / 4.6 3.0 / 5.0

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • 116 102 3.9 / 4.3 / 3.9 3.9 / 4.7 / 4.4

• • • • • • • • • • 118 102 4.9 / 5.1 4.9 / 5.1

• • • • • • • • • • • 118 104 3.5 3.7

Air Purge and a decompression valve make the machine extra easy to start.

The new generation of Active Air Filtration™ is one of the most efficient air filtration systems on the market, delivering operational times (for dry cutting) of up to one year, with no filter service required.

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Power Cutters

Model Electric motor, V Hydraulic gear motor Displacement, cc Power, kW Power / weight ratio Weight*, kg Blade/bar, mm Cutting depth, mm Peripheral drive Elgard overload protection Adjustable front handle Automatic start for water flow Blade Brake Servo for rpm control Reversible cutting arm "Pulling" rotation Simple blade change Replaceable arbor bushing Wetting cutting kit DEX Sound power level Lwa, dB(A) Sound pressure level, dB(A) Vibrations front handle equivilent, m/s2 Vibrations rear handle equivalent, m/s2

K 2500

K 3000 Wet

K 3000 Vac

• 140 / 40 5200 8.3 400 • • • Integrated 111 99 4.3 6

230 / 120 / 110 2700 / 1800 / 2200 12 / 15 / 20 8.9 350 125 • • • • • • 108 95 3.7 4.2

230 / 120 / 110 2700 / 1800 / 2200 8.9 (incl. vac) 350 119 (incl. vac) • • • • • 105 95 3.5 3.5

ACCESSORIES

New, compact & easy to use WT15 with electric pump. Tank holds 15 litres is battery powered, 18.5 V Gardena Li-Ion accumulater system.

Husqvarna cutting trolleys are designed specifically for Husqvarna's handheld power cutters. The quick connections make it wasy to install the cutter on the trolley, and the cutting depth is easy to adjust. The cutting trolley's design is compact and they are easy to fold up and transport.

Cutting Trolleys KV 760, water tank 15 litres KV 970 / 1260, water tank 15 litres

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Pressurised water tank holds 15 litres and comes complete with 3m hose which connects to the machine's wet cutting kit.

Water Accessories 965191601 965191605

WT 15, 220V Pressurised water tank with hose

965971003 506328302


Model

K 760 CNB

K 3000 CNB

Electric motor, V Air-cooled 2-cycle engine Displacement Power, W Power / weight ratio Rated current, A Weight without cutting equipment, kg Blade / bar, mm Cutting depth, mm Elgard overload protection Active Air Filtration™ X-Torq SmartCarb™ DuraStarter™ EasyStart decompression valve Air Purge Fuel indicator in the tank "Pulling" rotation Simple blade change Replaceable arbor bushing Wetting cutting kit DEX Sound power level Lwa, dB(A) Sound pressure level, dB(A) Vibrations front handle equivilent, m/s2 Vibrations rear handle equivalent, m/s2

• 74 3700 0.33 11.3 (incl. cutting equip,) 230 400 -

230 / 120 / 110 2700 / 1800 / 220 12 / 15 / 20 10.4 (incl. cutting equip.) 230 400 • • • • • 108 95 3.2 3.4

The Cut-N-Break Method The Cut-n-Break method allows you to cut in stages through walls up to 400mm thick. 1. E  ach cut can be up to 65mm deep.

• • • • • • • • • 116 100 3.0 2.5

2. A  s the cutter has twin blades, a core is formed in the saw cut. 3. T  he core can easily be broken off, using the accompanying breaking tool. 4. W  hen the core has been removed, you can continue cutting until the required depth is reached, max 400mm.

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2.

3.

4.

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Diamond Tools

Diamond Tooling for Power Cutters, Tile & Road Saws Husqvarna offers blades for all types of cutting and all types of machines. A blades' properties are determined by the application, the material to be cut and the machine to be used. With many years of experience in the business, we know which properties are required for each situation. Since using the right type of segment is crucial for achieving a successful result, we are extremely meticulous when selecting diamonds and materials for the segments. Husqvarna's innovations in the area of handheld cutting include our ring saws, chainsaws and Cut-n-Break tool, with cutting depths up to 400mm.

For longer life on all granites. Smooth cutting for minimal chipping in granite and most marbles. Individual segments are laser welded to the saw blank to provide ultimate weld strength. This blade is to be used on the K 3000 electric.

Economical quality for the occasional user. Suits a broad range of materials on low horse power or hand held saws. 300 - 415 mm diameter available. Husqvarna 150 Combi

Husqvarna Laser GRANITE Product Number

DIAMETER, MM

BORE

BLADE GEOMETRY

525355036

350

25.4

Segmented

SEGMENT DIMENSIONS, MM L

W

H

40

3.2

10

Product Number

DIAMETER, MM

BORE

WATER SLOTS

525360401 525360501 525360601

305 355 415

25.4 25.4 25.4

Narrow Narrow Narrow

SEGMENT DIMENSIONS, MM L

W

H

40 40 40

3.2 3.2 3.2

7 7 7

Application chart. Mate r ial GRANITE MAR B LE CURED C o ncr ete REINFORC ED CON CRETE BRIC K roo f t ile abras iv e mat eri al asphalt

Laser Granite

– –

l l l l

– –

l = Optimal  l = Good  l = Acceptable 

22

150 combi

– –

l l l l l

210

220

l l l l

– –

– – – –

– = Not recommended

l l l l

– –

250 Combi

– –

l l l l l

280

410

420

– – – – –

l l l l

l l l

– – – –

l l l l

– – –

450 Combi

– –

l l l l l

480

– – – – – l l l


The ultimate performance blade for hand held power cutters. An extremely high performing product for contractors, rental companies and general trades where cost per cut is the prime consideration. 300 - 415 mm diameter available.

For extreme performance on handheld power cutters. 300 - 415 mm diameter available. Husqvarna 210

Husqvarna 410

Product Number

DIAMETER, MM

BORE

WATER SLOTS

525361001 525361101 525361201

305 355 415

25.4 25.4 25.4

305 355 415

SEGMENT DIMENSIONS, MM W

H

Product Number

DIAMETER, MM

BORE

WATER SLOTS

L

W

H

Narrow Narrow Narrow

40 40 40

3.2 3.2 3.2

8 8 8

525362101 525362201 525362301

305 355 415

25.4 25.4 25.4

Narrow Narrow Narrow

40 40 40

3.2 3.2 3.2

10 10 10

25.4 25.4 25.4

Narrow Narrow Narrow

40 40 40

3.2 3.2 3.2

8 8 8

305 355 415 460 510

25.4 25.4 25.4 25.4 25.4

Narrow Narrow Narrow Narrow Narrow

40 40 40 40 40

3.2 3.2 3.2 3.5 3.5

10 10 10 10 10

305 355 415

25.4 25.4 25.4

Narrow Narrow Narrow

40 40 40

3.2 3.2 3.2

8 8 8

355 415

25.4 25.4

Narrow Narrow

40 40

3.2 3.2

8 8

305 355 415 460 510

25.4 25.4 25.4 25.4 25.4

Narrow Narrow Narrow Narrow Narrow

40 40 40 40 40

3.2 3.2 3.2 3.2 3.2

10 10 10 10 10

305 355 415 460 510

25.4 25.4 25.4 25.4 25.4

Wide Wide Wide Wide Wide

40 40 40 40 40

3.2 3.2 3.2 3.5 3.5

10 10 10 10 10

HUSQVARNA 220

525361301 525361401 525361501

HUSQVARNA 420

Husqvarna 250 Combi

525361601 525361701 525361801 Husqvarna 280

525361901 525362001

SEGMENT DIMENSIONS, MM

L

565362601 525362701 525362801 525362901 525355120

Husqvarna 450 Combi

525363201 525363401 525363701 525364001 525364201 Husqvarna 480

525364501 525364601 525364801 525365001 525365101

A diamond tool for the professional. Full 15mm diamond height for ultimate life and a unique turbo style segment for extreme speed of cut in the most demanding applications on a full range of medium to high powered machines. Husqvarna 420 T15 SEGMENT DIMENSIONS, MM

Product Number

DIAMETER, MM

BORE

WATER SLOTS

L

W

H

525363001 525363101

355 415

25.4 25.4

Narrow Narrow

40 40

3.2 3.2

15 15

25.4 25.4

Narrow Narrow

40 40

3.2 3.2

15 15

HUSQVARNA 450 T15

525364301 525364401

355 415

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Diamond Tools

Professional Diamond Tooling for Drilling Systems

Husqvarna extends the Diagrip™ portfolio by adapting this unique technology the drilling range.

With more than 30 years of experience, Husqvarna continues to develop stateof-the-art diamond drill bits for professional and frequent users. Our new drill bit range consists of three different series which includes the B1200 series, which has segments with Diagrip™, the revolutionary technology that yeilds superior cutting capacity, longer life and a smooth, rapid cut and the C400 series, which are reliable, laser-welded bits with a high purchasing value for non-intensive use in heavier applications.

The D 1210 delivers high speed and outstanding free cutting in very hard concrete. The segment shape helps slurry evacuation and provides less friction. For motors from 1.5 kW.

The D 1235 is an all-round drill bit for fast and smooth cuts in all standard applications. For motors from 2.4 kW

The C 400 core bits have added new dimension in extreme performance without hitting your hip pocket. This series incorporates self dressing segments that ensure excellent life and immediate results from the moment you start drilling.

Husqvarna D 1210 DIAGRIP™ Diameter, mm

Min.

Max.

18

254

Min.

Max.

52

500

Connector

1 1/4"

Segment Width Min.

Max.

3.5 mm

5 mm

Segment Height

9.3 mm

Husqvarna D 1220 DIAGRIP™

Husqvarna C 420 Diameter, mm

The D 1220 Offers optimal performance in medium to hard concrete. Provides high speed and great performance even in difficult conditions. For motors from 2.4 kW.

Connector

1 1/4"

Segment Width Min.

Max.

3.2 mm

9 mm

Segment Height

10 mm

Diameter, mm Min.

Max.

52

356

Connector

1 1/4"

Segment Width Min.

Max.

3.5 mm

5 mm

Segment Height

9.3 mm

Husqvarna D 1235 DIAGRIP™ Diameter, mm

Extreme performance on medium to high powered (3 - 7 hp) electric and hydraulic drilling machines. The C 620 crowns range fom Husqvarna gives you the most flexible solution for all types of concrete drilling applications for diameters below 52mm. The crowns have been optimised to deliver best speed/life ratio in low to medium reinforced concrete on low to medium power drills.

Min.

Max.

12

45

Connector

1 1/4" UNC

24

45

1 1/4" UNC

52

229

Connector

1 1/4"

Segment Width Min.

Max.

3.5 mm

4 mm

Segment Height

9.3 mm

Husqvarna Core kits Segment Width Min.

Max.

3.2

-

Segment Height

9 mm

Husqvarna SHS 600 crowns

12

Max.

A complete range of Core Kits are available for the tradesmans needs. Core kits are available in small and large diameter kits as well as various trade kits.

Husqvarna C 620 crowns Diameter, mm

Min.

2.8 mm

-

9 mm

Product

Part Number

Air Conditioning Kit

5229764-01

Electrician Kit

5229766-01

Small Diameter Tile Kit

5229761-01

Large Diameter Tile Kit

5229762-01


Recommended Soff-Cut accessories

Soff-Cut Diamond Tooling Soff cut colour coded patented diamond blades and skid places are designed and tested to meet all aggregate conditions. Soff-Cut blades are top quality and designed to work specifically with the Soff-Cut system, the only true Ultra Early Entry™ system.

Use Soff-cut joint protectors at saw-cut intersections prior to cross-cutting in order to prevent the corners from breaking down.

It is very important to always change the patented anti-ravel Skid Plate with each new Soff-Cut blade or chipping and spalling of the joint will result. The spacing between the blade and Skid Plate becomes greater as the blade cuts the concrete.

1000 Series SEGMENT DIMENSIONS, MM L

W

H

Number of segments

Flat Flat

40 40

2.4 2.4

7 + 1.5 7 + 1.5

12 12

Triangular Very hard to hard aggregate - Purple Triangular Same as above. Late Entry blade - Purple

150

Flat

40

2.4

7 + 1.5

12

Triangular

Fibre steel and hard aggregate - Green

XL6-3000

150

Flat

40

2.4

7 + 1.5

12

Triangular

Hard to medium-hard aggregate - Red

XL6-4000

150

Flat

40

2.4

7 + 1.5

12

Triangular

Medium to hard aggregate - Orange

XL6-5000

150

Flat

40

2.4

7 + 1.5

12

Triangular

Soft to very soft aggregate - Black.

Product Number

NAME

DIAMETER, MM

SEGMENT SHAPE

542777005 542756281

XL6-1000 XL6-1000ND

150 150

XL6-2000

bore

description

2000 Series

542777006* 3000 Series

542777007 4000 series

542777008* 5000 series

542777009

Application chart. Mater i al TIL ES NATUR A L STONE, GRA NITE NATUR A L STONE, SAND STONE CON C RETE , H ARD CON C RETE , MEDIUM CON C RETE , SOFT CON C RETE , A BRASI VE

600 SERIES

400 SERIES

B 1210

1290 DIAGRIP™ SERIES B 1220

B 1235

C 620

C 420

l l l l l l l

l l l l l l

l l l l l l

l l l l l l l l l l

ASPHA LT

BRI CK

l l

l l

l l

CEMENT B L OCK S

l = Optimal  l = Good  l = Acceptable 

– l l l l l l

– l l

– = Not recommended 25


Angle Grinder Blades

HUSQVARNA DIAMOND TOOLS Ultimate performance blades and cup wheels which have been designed to provide cost effective cutting for the professional tradesperson.

General purpose blades angle grinders

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Wave Turbo Abrasive

GRANITE THin Turbo

Wet / dry (230 mm)

Wet (230 mm)

Fluted continuous rim incorporating wave design in blank for maximum cooling capability. For general purpose cutting of all hard masonry stone or concrete construction materials.

For rapid, precise cutting of all granites, marbles and other hard non-abrasive stones or contruction materials. A thinner version of the traditional turbo blade with a flat blank. This blade is the ultimate blade for the professional stone mason.

LASER ABRASIVE

Chaser general purpose

Wet / dry (125 - 230 mm)

Wet / dry (125 mm)

For very abrasive materials such as sandstone, limestone and ashphalt. Individual segments are laser welded to the saw blank to provide ultimate weld strength

Special undercut protection to this turbo style blade provides ultimate blank protection from under-cutting, particularly when making chases in walls and floors for insertion of pipes and electrical ducts.

tuck point

CONTIUOUS RIM

Wet / dry (105-180 mm)

Wet / dry (105 - 250 mm)

These 6mm wide abrasive bonds are designed for removing the mortar between courses of brick and block reparation work.

A non-interrupted continuous rim provides the best solution where a perfect chip-free edge is required. 7mm segment height boosts blade life.

Wave TURBO

SEGMENTED

Wet / dry (105 - 230 mm)

Wet / dry (105 - 230 mm)

Fluted continuous rim incorporating wave design in blank for maximum cooling capacity.

For economic general purpose cutting of a wide variety of construction materials.


cup wheels turbo

tAW

Wet / dry (105 - 180 mm)

Wet / dry (105 - 230 mm)

For the cost conscious tradesperson who needs fast removal but extra life when grinding concrete, masonry and stone products.

For aggressive removal of all concrete and masonry products. Providing long life and a semi-smooth finish.

double row segmented Wet / dry (105 - 180 mm) For the cost concious tradesperson who needs a speedy removal rate on general concrete and masonry products.

Application Charts

Blades

+ + • Laser Abrasive + Wave Turbo Abrasive + + + • Granite Thin Turbo Chaser General Purpose + + + + Tuck Point Continuous Rim Wave Turbo • + + + Segmented • + + + • Cupwheels

TAW

Double Row Segmented Turbo

• +

+ + + + + + • • •

• + +

+ + • +

• • +

+ + • +

• • •

+

+

+ +

• •

+

+

+ +

• + + • • •

+ + + • • + + • + • • + • + + + + + • • + + • + • • • • + + +

• • • • + +

+ • • + + • • • + +

+ • + • • + 27


Service and troubleshooting of diamond blades. Husqvarna has prepared this guide to help you find, identify and resolve the problems which you may encounter with diamond saw blades. The majority of problems encountered arise from – the use of a blade not suited to the job, – the incorrect use of a blade, – equipment faults. symptom

Loss of tension.

“Undercutting”.

There is “undercutting” when the steel plate wears more rapidly than the diamond ­segment, particularly at the joint between the segments and the steel plate. Uneven segment wear.

Cracked segment.

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cause

remedy

The blade is being used on a poorly aligned saw.

Correct the alignment of the saw.

The blade is too hard in relation to the ­material being cut, which causes excessive stress on the steel plate.

Ensure that the blade is suitable for the m ­ aterial being cut (consult the selection table or see your distributor).

Slippage of the material causes d­ eformation of the blade – it twists or bends.

Secure the material firmly while sawing.

The use of flanges which are too small or of different diameters causes unequal pressure on the steel plate.

Ensure that the flanges are of the right size and the same diameter.

The blade is being used at the wrong speed of rotation.

Check whether the spindle is rotating at the c­ orrect speed, using a tachometer. This precaution is particularly ­important for c­ oncrete saws.

The blade is poorly fitted onto the spindle and bends when the flanges are tightened.

Hold the blade on the spindle until the outer flange and the nut have been firmly tightened.

The steel plate heats up due to friction caused by too rapid or uneven wear of the rim.

Use a blade with more side clearance or of a s­ pecification more suited to the material.

This situation is caused by grinding of the blade by very abrasive materials during sawing. Usually materials with a high sand content are responsible for this type of wear (see section “Loss of segment”).

The abrasive slurry must be dispersed over a g­ reater area, away from the critical zone of the segment. Very often, it is sufficient to use protective segments placed on the steel plate to modify the areas constantly subject to a­ brasion. Although they are effective in the majority of cases, these segments do not give total protection. Use a high flow of water to remove the slurry.

With a floor saw, when cutting in one pass through more than the total thickness of the material, the cooling water escapes from the cutting line and this causes the blade to ­overheat.

Adjust the depth of cut so that a few m ­ illimetres of uncut material remains; this will hold the c­ ooling water in the kerf.

The segments are worn on one side only, which reduces the side clearance. This wear is generally caused by poor blade alignment or inadequate cooling on both sides of the blade.

Check the saw alignment. Clean the cooling device, ensure that the front edge of the flange is correctly cooled. Check that the pump is supplying water in sufficient quantities and regularly. (See section “Excessive wear” below).

The blade has lost its circular shape because of wear caused by poor bearings, a worn spindle, dirty or damaged flanges or even excessive baulking. (See section “Excessive wear” below).

Replace the bearings or the worn spindle as n ­ ecessary; do not remove the drive pivot pins when supplied with the flanges.

The blade is too hard for the material being cut.

Use a blade with a softer bond. Adjust cutting speed.

Cutting speed is too fast.

Reduce the speed of advance.


symptom

Excessive wear.

Cracked centre plate.

Never use a blade with a cracked plate.

Loss of blade segment.

Does a blade need repairing? It is possible to replace two or three missing diamond segments providing the plate is not cracked or badly worn. If numerous segments are missing or if only 50% of the practical life of the blade remains, it may not be worthwhile repairing the diamond blade. Ensure there is no other mechanical or o­ perational problem before replacing the blade.

cause

remedy

The blade used is not suitable for the highly abrasive material being cut (e.g: a tile-cutting blade used on a concrete block).

See the blade selection table or consult your d­ istributor who will indicate the correct blade s­ pecification.

Blade cooling is insufficient; this p ­ roblem is often found because of excessive wear in the centre of the ­segment. (Note: in the two cases mentioned above, the diamonds generally ­project very sharply).

Clean the cooling system. Ensure that the water pump is operating correctly.

Wear accelerates if the blade has lost its circular shape; this may be due to poor bearings, a worn spindle or the use of a blade which is too hard in relation to the material being cut.

Check the bearings and the spindle. If they are worn, replace them before fitting a new blade.

Output power is insufficient because V-belts are not properly tensioned, v­ oltage is inadequate or speed is i­ncorrect.

Tension the belts correctly. Replace worn belts. Check the voltage. Use an appropriate power source.

Cutting speed is too fast.

Reduce the speed of advance.

Blade is not perpendicular to the material being cut.

Check the speed of the blade’s drive spindle and the flanges to ensure c­ orrect alignment of the blade and of the machine.

Spindle is rotating too slowly.

Check the speed of the drive spindle. If necessary, change the equipment or modify speed of rotation.

The blade is too hard for the material being cut.

Use the appropriate blade with a softer bond.

Cutting pressure is too high or a blade jammed or twisted in the cut may bend or flex the blade’s steel plate. When it is subjected to extreme tension and to metal fatigue, there is a risk of the steel plate cracking.

The operator must use stable, even pressure to make the tool penetrate the material and should take care not to twist or jam the blade in the cut.

A cracked centre can be a consequence of overheating. Overheating is caused by inadequate water supply or incorrect use of a blade intended for dry cutting.

Use sufficient water to cool diamond blades for wet cutting (e.g. 7–18 litres / minute for floor saws). Allow sufficient air to circulate around the diamond ­blades when dry cutting so as to prevent overheating.

Excessive speed of rotation.

Check the machine’s speed of rotation; if necessary, change the equipment or blade.

The material slips during cutting, which twists or jams the segments enough to break them.

Secure the material firmly while cutting.

The blade is too hard for the material being cut, which causes excessive ­polishing, which breaks off the ­segment or causes fatigue.

Use a blade with a softer bond. Consult the blade specification tables.

When worn, the flanges do not p ­ rovide the necessary support, which causes the blade to deviate.

Replace the two flanges.

The rotation of an ovalised blade (because of a worn spindle or poor bearings) causes the segments to break.

Replace the worn spindle and /or ­bearings.

Loss of segment caused by overheating. Overheating is detectable by the steel plate taking on a bluish colour, generally limited to where the segment is missing.

Check that the cooling system is not blocked. Test the pump. In the case of dry cutting, it may be necessary to reduce the depth of cut and, after a few minutes, allow the blade to turn freely and cool in the air.

The segment has suffered knocks when moving the machine or when in contact with the material.

Avoid knocking the blade during t­ ransport; bring the blade gently into contact with the material.

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symptom

Eccentricity.

Overheated blade.

Ovalised bore hole. If the oval shape is not too exaggerated, return the blade to the factory for possible repairs. The blade will not cut.

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cause

remedy

The bond is too hard for the material being cut. A hard bond retains the diamonds which start to round off, thereby smoothing the blade. Instead of cutting, the blade starts to hammer and thereby loses its circular shape.

Use a softer bond that will wear away more easily, allowing the smooth diamonds to become detached and new sharp edges to surface.

The blade spindle may be notched by a groove, caused by the blade rotating between the flanges. If you fit a new blade on the spindle, it will home into the groove and become eccentric as soon as the saw is switched on.

Replace the damaged spindle.

If the spindle bearings are worn, the spindle and the mandrel will rotate eccentrically, which will cause the blade to lose its circular shape. This problem occurs most often with ­concrete saws when the necessary lubrication of the ­bearings is neglected.

Fit new bearings. In some cases, it may be n ­ ecessary to replace the spindle as well if it is worn or if it is no longer properly aligned.

The necessary cooling water has not been ­adequately distributed.

Check that the volume of water is s­ ufficient and that the cooling system is not blocked. Use dry blades for shallow cuts only (2 to 5 cm deep) or for cutting with several passes. Let the blade turn freely every 10 to 15 seconds to allow the air to cool it.

Incorrect specification for the material to be cut.

Consult the blade selection table for the a­ ppropriate specification.

Cutting speed is too fast.

Reduce the speed of advance.

The spindle is badly worn because the blade is poorly fitted.

Check that the blade is properly fitted on the spindle before tightening the flanges.

If the flanges are not tightened, the blade will rotate around the spindle.

Always tighten the nut on the spindle with a s­ panner; do not just tighten it by hand. Always use hexagonal nuts and never wing nuts.

The flanges or the spindle are worn and do not provide the blade with the necessary support.

Check the wear on the flanges and spindle. The wear on the two flanges must not be greater than that recommended by the manufacturer. Replace worn parts.

The blade is too hard for the material being cut (e.g. a blade for a block or a universal blade used for a prolonged period on hard brick; a blade for asphalt used to cut reinforced ­concrete).

See the blade selection table or consult your d­ istributor or the manufacturer who will indicate the proper blade for the material to be cut.

The output power is inadequate to allow the blade to cut correctly (belts too slack, voltage and motor output insufficient).

Check the belts, the voltage and the motor ­ output power.

The blade segments still appear to have some life left but the blade is not cutting.

Cut an abrasive material until the diamonds s­ urface again. This remedy may prove necessary from time to time; however, if the blade becomes dull too often, this probably means it is too hard for the material being cut.

The blade segments still appear to have some life left but the blade is not cutting.

The segments of a blade with a harder bond ­provided for abrasive materials require a non-diamond support at the base of the diamond segment in order to achieve better adherence to the steel plate. Wearing of the blade to this state is considered normal wear. The blade must t­ herefore be replaced.

The tool becomes smooth because of excessive speed of rotation.

Match the specification and the diameter of the blade to the machine.

The tool becomes smooth due to excessive pressure of the blade on the material to be cut.

Ensure that the pressure of the blade on the m ­ aterial allows natural sharpening of the blade without any excess.


symptom

The tool will not cut.

Excessive wear of diamond ­segments.

Excessive wear of the bit’s steel tube.

Segments broken and lost in the hole.

Tool jammed in the hole.

cause

remedy

The material is too hard for the diamond ­specification.

Match the diamond specification to the material.

The bit is glazed (smooth diamonds).

Re-sharpen the tool by drilling into abrasive m ­ aterial (sandstone, block etc.)

Excessive speed of rotation.

Adjust speed of rotation.

The cooling is excessive and c­ auses the tool to aquaplane.

Adjust speed of rotation.

The cooling is excessive and c­ auses the tool to aquaplane.

Reduce the water flow.

Excessive play within the carriage guides.

Adjust the carriage on the slide to reduce play.

The weight on the tool is i­nsufficient.

Increase the weight on the tool.

The machine is badly fixed.

Check that the machine’s fixing is correct.

The motor is too weak.

Match the motor power to the diameter.

Insufficient irrigation.

Adjust the water flow.

Insufficient speed of rotation.

Adjust speed of rotation.

Excessive speed of advance.

Reduce speed of advance.

The material is more abrasive than expected.

Use a blade with a harder d­ iamond s­ pecification (see drill-bit selection table).

Too much motor power applied to the tool.

Match the motor power to the drill d­ iameter.

Too much play on the machine c­ ausing ­vibrations.

Check the state of the machine.

The machine is badly anchored.

Anchor the machine firmly.

The machine is incorrectly adjusted (excessive play in the c­ arriage guides, motor spindle or adapter out of true, etc.).

Correctly adjust the machine, replace worn parts, correct the play (rollers, b­ earings, adapters, etc.).

The tool is warped.

Withdraw any warped tool. If it is relatively new, it may be straightened by the supplier.

The bit is not correctly fixed to the motor spindle.

Check that the bit is correctly a­ ligned on the motor spindle (straight line).

There are fragments of metal in the bottom of the hole that have not been evacuated by the coolant.

Remove all the metal fragments from the drilled hole. Temporarily increase the flow of water to clean out the hole and remove any debris that may still be there.

For a bit with brazed segments, stopping the coolant even for an instant has caused the ­segments to heat up and destroy the b­ razing.

Always ensure the tool is correctly i­rrigated.

The bit has suffered some knocks in the hole (due to steel or loose debris, etc.) and these have b­ roken the segments.

Remove the bit from the machine and recover all the bits of steel, segments and debris before introducing a new bit. If any segment debris remains in the hole, there is a risk of very rapid damage to the new bit.

Excessive speed of rotation causes heating up of the segments.

Take the tool out of service, replace or repair it if possible (consult supplier). Adjust the speed of rotation.

Start up too brutal.

Always start drilling gently.

Impacts due to the equipment being dropped.

Avoid dropping the bit on the ground as this can crack the segments.

Debris is blocked between the core and the bit tube (steel, pieces of ­material); a steel bar has been drilled “banana shaped”; it has moved during drilling and jammed the bit (wedge effect).

Disconnect the bit from the m ­ achine: use a spanner to turn the bit in both directions until it is released.

Loss of side-clearance of ­segments.

Check the side-clearance of the segments. If the play is too little replace the tool.

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