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Atlas Copco Offers the Cobra Combi: A Gas-Powered Drill/Breaker
December 18th, 2007
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WESTFIELD, Mass. ” Based on the popular Cobra 149, the Cobra Combi gas-powered drill/breaker from Atlas Copco Construction Tools LLC features better emissions, easier starts and quieter and safer operation.
Weighing only 55 pounds, the Cobra Combi is easy to transport. As a breaker, the unit delivers up to 2,600 blows per minute. With the drilling function engaged, the Combi offers a maximum drill depth of 6.5 feet at a maximum rate of 12 inches per minute in solid granite.
Equipped with a catalytic converter and new carburetor design, the Cobra Combi meets the demanding EPA1 emission regulations. Additionally, the new choke control and user-friendly start instructions allow for better speed control and easier operation.
Featuring a new silencing muffler, the Cobra Combi produces only 110 dB during operation (down from 114 dB with the Cobra 149 model) and fulfills the requirements of the European Noise Emission Directive (NED). Furthermore, new vibration dampening handles reduce vibration levels from 8 to 5 m/s2. This increases productivity by allowing operators to safely use the equipment for longer periods of time.
Offering a range of 18 different accessories, the Cobra Combi can be used for a variety of applications including breaking, drilling, cutting, rock splitting, driving, compacting and tie-tamping. With no need for compressors, hoses or cables, the Cobra Combi offers complete freedom of movement with very little set-up time. The unit is ideal for tasks that involve frequent movement from one position to the next or for working in remote, hard-to-access locations.