The Bosch VAC120, the brand’s first 12V Max handheld vacuum, features a micro filter system based on automotive technology to trap 98 percent of dust particles as small as ½ a micron in diameter. The unit weighs 1.55 pounds and measures 11 inches long. The VAC120’s crevice nozzle attachment is designed for tight or confined spaces, such as around electrical outlets or drains. The flat filter design allows for a larger 11.8-ounce canister volume, designed to reduce cleaning frequency. The machine is designed for post-construction clean-up around electrical and drywall cutouts, installation work cleanup around doors, windows, cabinets, flooring and air ducts and more.
Oregon’s BL300 is a battery-powered blower with a variable speed trigger and turbo button for added power and user control to determine proper airflow for the job. The unit provides 495 cfm at 132 mph. A bystander decibel rating of less than 65db makes the unit attractive for use in communities and settings that require lower noise levels. The blower is powered by Oregon’s battery platform, featuring lithium ion cylindrical cell technology.
The redesigned PS-20HC is the latest addition to Little Beaver’s line of hydraulic power sources With a Honda GX630 engine and a 10-gpm hydraulic flow, the unit is designed to power any hydraulic hand tool or equipment. The power source’s 5-gallon hydraulic oil reservoir is twice the size of the previous model and uses a larger radiator and electric fan to reduce the heat generated from the flow. The unit can power Little Beaver’s Big Beaver auger drill rig or one of its Lone Star rigs, and other hydraulic tools such as jackhammers, chain saws and post drivers.
Makita’s new two-inch AVT rotary hammer has up to 89-percent lower vibration that its previous model, the company say, with no compromise in impact energy. The HR5212C features enhanced anti-vibration technology, a synchronized three-component system that reduces vibration. Air-actuated counterbalance directs air pressure from the crank and barrel room into the counterbalance cylinders to move counterweight pistons in the opposite direction of the drive piston. Other features include soft start for more control and greater accuracy, a torque-limiting clutch and constant speed control to maintain speed under load.
DeWalt launches a line of two 40V-max brushless string trimmers, two 40V-max brushless blowers (pictured) and a 40V-max hedge trimmer. The cordless tools run on the Dewalt 40V-max lithium ion battery platform. The blower performs up to 400 cfm air volume and 120 mph for outdoor cleanup. Variable speed triggers provides control for the user and a speed lock enables the user to operate the tool without having to hold the trigger during use. A curved tube design creates rotational control, helping to reduce arm fatigue.
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