New versatile PureFire petrol engine disc cutter from Hitachi

  • 28 Oct 2014

PureFire Petrol Engine Disc Cutter

Hitachi’s CM75EAP disc cutter

CM75EAP Petrol Disc Cutter from Hitachi Power Tools with new 75cc 2-stroke petrol engine.

  • meets European emission control standards
  • dry weight of 10.4kg and has a maximum power output of 3.9kW
  • drives a cutting wheel with a diameter of 305mm

Exhaust Pulsation Muffler

The Disc Cutter features Hitachi’s innovative Exhaust Pulsation Muffler technology, which increases power and reduces fuel consumption. It does this by reflecting the pressure waves in the muffler, pushing the outgoing fresh mixture flow back to the cylinder.

  • highly durable body, with metal lower and front foot guards, protecting the main unit from cut materials that could damage the power tool
  • dust-resistant recoil starter features an anti-abrasive starter rope that is long lasting
  • easy to start, with less force required, due to a decompression system

Users are provided extra comfort with a coil spring anti-vibration system and a built in accessory holder. Furthermore, the tool free pre-filter system for easy removal and cleaning provides added convenience on site.

  • two-year warranty when registered online via www.hitachi-powertools.co.uk (terms and conditions apply).

Hitachi Power Tools (UK)
Precedent Drive
Rooksley
Milton Keynes
MK13 9PJ
UK

01908 354700

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