The company’s new core drill models, LCD 500 and LCD 1500, fit into standard drill stands. They operate on the same hydraulic flow and pressure as the previous models and can be used in construction for cutting into reinforced concrete, basement floors and walls; in municipalities for cutting service junction holes; in landscaping for cutting holes through bricks and blocks; and for plumbers, electricians and HVAC crews for cutting out service holes for gas, electrical, and heating and cooling lines. Features include a hand-shaped handle grip with extended rubber cover; hydraulic inlets and hoses connected through the handle to support and reduce the torque transferred directly to the operator; and an extended handle. The drills also include a soft rubber pad on the breast plate, an aluminum trigger lever and a powder-coated steel toolbox.
Atlas Copco, Commerce City, Colo.
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