Stand that can be pivoted and angled, with base plate for the expander bolt. The stand is supplied with a twin gear carriage.
Carriage with single and double gearing for efficient drilling.
The stand is equipped with transport wheels.
Drilling holes in stepless adjustable angles.
Drilling multiple holes next to each other to make openings.
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Under no circumstances may the machine be started without having read the operators manual and paid special intensions to the safety instructions found in the operators manual. Should the user fail to comply with these, Husqvarna Construction Products Sweden AB or its representatives are free from all liability both directly and indirectly. Read through these operating instructions and make sure that you understand the contents before starting to use the machine. Should you, after reading these safety instructions, still feel uncertain about the safety risks involved you must not use the machine. Please contact your dealer for more information.
Drill a 15 mm hole for the M12 expander bolt.Put the drill stand over the expander bolt and tighten the drill stand with a M12 bolt.Adjust the level screws to reach stability and straightness for the drill stand.
The feed housing on the drill stand consists of a quick-action attachment for drill motors.Fit the drilling machine in the quick-action attachment.Use the feeding handle to lock and secure the drill motor.
Loosen the bolt on the lower right side of the column.Loosen the quick connector bolt on the lower back side of the column. (This has four 90 degrees positions to lock in). Rotate the column (360 degrees) to match the correct position.Lock the two bolts to secure the column.
Loosen the two bolts on the base plate.Adjust the column to match the correct angle. (0 – 180 degrees)Lock the two bolts to secure the column.
Fit the drill bit on the spindle axis on the motor anti-clockwise (seen from the motor)
Connect water and electric power. Make sure the PRCD is reset.
Switch on the drill motorUnlock the locking handle placed on the left side of the feed housing.Feed the drill motor with the handle WARNING Before drilling, check that all locking screws are tightened well. Serious accidents can occur if the concrete core remains in the drill when backing out the drill motor/drill bit from the floor, wall or ceiling. A maximum of one extension module may be used.
It is very important that the drill rig is kept clean and tidy in order to maintain its function. The rig is suitably cleaned using a high pressure washer and then wiped dry.
After washing it is important that the rig’s moving parts are lubricated using standard grease to counteract corrosion on the contact surfaces.
When drilling in an angle, the column is tilted to fit the correct angle (0-180 degrees). The down side of drilling in angle is that the column loses travel length and an extension must often be added to the drill bit. By using the DS 50/70 which can be pivoted as the same time as tilted the travel length is gained back.
In this application the DS 70 is used (same functions as on the DS 50). The drilling is performed with both an angled and a tilted column.
When drilling in confined spaces or a series of holes the pivot function is usable. By simply pivot the column (360 degrees) to a given hole, a lot of time is saved instead of having to re-place the drill stand for each hole.
By loosing the pivot screws the column can be pivoted to the given position. A safe and time saving step to prevent reattaching the drill stand for a new position or location.
The Husqvarna Core Down System, CD 40, is a practical, safe and easy to use drill core collector for the safe collection and removal of concrete drill cores.
Place the CD 40 in line with the drilled hole.Clamp the system to the ceiling by loosen the handle and lift it against the ceiling and fasten it. <rbNot></rbNot> Lift the wall collector, place it by the drill bit/core and secure.Lift the drill bit/core and place it in the collector.Grab the handle and slowly lower the collector until safe height is reached.Remove the drill bit/core.
The unique range of water collection system includes vacuum-hold collectors of different design for different use.The V-shaped collector for stitch drilling The circular collector for normal drillingThe half-circular collector for drilling close to the wall/floor.
Simply hold the water collector to the wall and connect the wet vacuum cleaner to it. The vacuum will hold the collector and will also take care of almost all water coming from the drill bit.
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