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Huskie 8 Ton Cutting Tool (ACSR & EHS)

The REC-SB624CC was designed to cut the toughest steel used in construction today. It can replace an entire tool kit, including several sizes of conventional bolt cutters, hacksaw, acetylene torches, and cable cutters. The REC-SB624CC was designed from the same hydraulic system as the REC-658U featuring a rapid advance ram for reduced cycle times.

The specially designed anvil style blades were made to cut EHS up to 9/16” and with
the pull of the trigger, you can cut ACSR cables up to 477 MCM, standard guy wires to 5/8”, and ground rods to 5/8”. The specially designed flip-top latch and rotating head provide exceptional ease of use and maneuverability in tight working quarters.

The REC-SB624CC has an overload bypass, which will “kick out” when the tool reaches 8 tons or is attempting to cut cables beyond its capacities.

Contact us if you have any questions.

$3,173.65

Huskie 8 Ton Cutting Tool Features

  • Flip-Top Latching Head
  • Tested up to 75kV – For use in live line applications without damage to internal circuitry
  • One-Hand Operation
  • 180˚ rotating head for ease of use and maneuverability
  • Rapid Advance
  • Ergonomically designed and balanced
  • Audible Bypass when Predetermined Pressure is Achieved
  • Compatible with all Huskie 14.4V Li-Ion batteries5 Yr. Tool, Battery & Charger Warranty

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Facts

Additional information

Weight 10.8 lbs
Dimensions 13.7 × 3.1 × 10.2 in
SPECIFICATIONS

ACSR to 477 MCM, Std. Guy Wire to 5/8 in., EHS Guy Wire to 9/16 in., Ground rod to 5/8 in., Rebar (Sc 40) to 5/8 in.

Brand

Huskie Tools

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