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Atlas Copco LS14 and LS 16 Hydraulic Cut-Off Saws
January 25, 2008

Atlas Copco’s LS 14 and LS 16 hydraulic-powered cut-off saws cut through a wide range of materials, including concrete, asphalt, cement, brick and steel.The 14-inch blade on the LS 14 provides a cutting depth of 5.3 inches, while the 16-inch LS 16 offers a cutting depth of 6.3 inches. The saws’ simple direct-drive design provides consistent speed and torque and reduces maintenance requirements, particularly when compared with belt-driven saws. Because the power source can be positioned as much as 75 feet away, the operator can work safely in confined areas without requiring additional ventilation. An open cutting face and adjustable blade guard, as well as a lightweight, well-balanced and compact design, make the cut-off saws easy to operate. The saws are versatile enough to use in a variety of demanding applications, including underwater repairs, demolition work and utility maintenance jobs.