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DetailsThe 2 1317 0030 S Hydraulic Core Drill is a heavy duty wet diamond drill that delivers outstanding performance in concrete, reinforced concrete, etc. Requires 6gpm of oil flow, up to 13 gpm is recycled back to the tank. Manufactured in Germany by Spitznas.
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SKU 101150 Country of Manufacture Germany Mfr. Part Number 2 1327 0010 SA GSA Contract N/A Technical Specifications Power: 4.2hp Oil Consumption: 6gpm Maximum Drilling Diameter: 12" 3 Speeds: 380,900,1800 RPM Oil Pressure: 2000 psi Working Stand Travel: 27" Product Links No Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price No Sales Tax Area OH
Question by: Michael Pushkal on Apr 17, 2018 1:28:00 AM
This particular drill tops out at a 12" diameter hole. For the anything larger, you would have to jump up to the Husqvarna DM406H motor (https://www.rentaltoolsonline.com/dm406h-hydraulic-core-drill-p-123786.htm) in combination with the DS800 Stand (https://www.rentaltoolsonline.com/ds800-drill-stand-combo-base-w-control-panel-drill-not-included-p-123787.htm). This combo is capable of drilling up to 25.6" diameter holes. With the purchase of bit extensions, you would be able to reach pretty much any depth you needed.
Answer by: Hunter Stockton (Admin) on Apr 17, 2018 12:49:00 PM