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Hydraulic Chain Saw, Long Reach, 13 In Bar
- Item # 5NWJ8
- Mfr. Model # 38568
- UNSPSC # 27112709
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 13.35 lbs.
- ItemHydraulic Chain Saw
- Type75" Long Reach
- Hydraulic System TypeOpen or Closed Center
- Cutting Capacity13"
- Chain Speed @ 4 GPM2100 fpm
- Chain Speed @ 8 GPM4200 fpm
- Chain Pitch0.325"
- Pressure Port9/16"-18 SAE O-Ring
- Return Port3/4"-16 SAE O-Ring
- Min. Flow (GPM)5
- Recommended Hydraulic Flow7 gpm
- Max. Flow GPM8
- Recommended Filtration (microns)10
- Relief Valve PSI Setting2000
- Max. Back Pressure200 psi
- Max. Oil Temp.140 Degrees F
- Viscosity (SUS @ 100 F)140 to 225
- Viscosity (SUS @210 F)40 min.
- Depth6 in
- Weight9.25 lb.
- StandardsFiberglass Extension Meets OSHA Regulation 1910.269 for Diaelectric Capability
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