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Rebar Cutter Kit, 10 Amps, 3/4 In Cap
- Item # 10H743
- Mfr. Model # DC-20WH
- UNSPSC # 23171603
- Catalog Page # 979
- Shipping Weight 34.02 lbs.
- ItemRebar Cutter Kit
- Amps @ 120V10
- Max. Capacity (In.)3/4
- Blade TypeAlloy Steel Cutting Blocks
- Bearing TypeBall
- ConstructionAluminum And Steel Body, Forged Cutting Head
- ApplicationFor Heavy Duty Rebar Cutting, Portable For Job Sites
- FeaturesETL Certified, Cuts Up To 8000 Pieces Of Rebar Per Cutting Block Set, Creates 15 Tons Of Cutting Pressure
- Width (In.)4.3
- Height (In.)8.2
- Length (In.)16
- Weight (Lbs.)25.4
- IncludesCarrying Case, Cutting Block Changing And Oil Check Tools, Hydraulic Oil, Operations Manual
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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