Pneumatic Chainsaw Designed for Underwater Use

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Monday, July 29, 2013
CS Unitec 5 1028 Chainsaw

CS Unitec introduces a series of pneumatic chainsaws suited for use in underwater applications or in wet, hazardous environments. Series 5 1028 air saws are designed with a chain brake to stop chain movement during kickback or repositioning of the saw during cutting. These air saws feature two separate lubricating systems that automatically oil the saw chain and motor for easy startup and low-maintenance operation. Safer than gas or electric in hazardous atmospheres, these saws are suitable for use in hot work areas, Ex zones or hazardous environments. The 4HP motor consumes 92 CFM of air at 90 PSI.

The Series 5 1028 saw is available with a cutting capacity of 17”, 21” or 25”. Standard equipment includes a .404 pitch Super Chisel saw chain. Carbide-tipped and ripping saw chains are also available.

CS Unitec offers a full line of air chainsaws with a chain brake suitable for other industrial applications. The Series 5 1026 chainsaw is optimal for cutting wood. Series 5 1027 plastic-cutting chainsaws come with integrated water feed. Series 5 1029 is engineered for use in mining and underground applications. Many models in the aforementioned lines are ATEX Classified.

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