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  • 1. Tool selector 03/2012 Tool selector. Choose the right Hilti tool. Rotary hammers, combihammers and breakers Basic tool data Productivity data Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Number of holes to EAV 2.5 m/s2 (ELV 5 m/s2) for drilling diameter [mm]…Category removal sound vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV Hole depth 50 mm Hole depth 100 mm system pressure value* 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 25 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 level* TE2-A DRS-S 86 dB(A) 14.5 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 14 min. 57 min. 129 119 47 36Cordless rotary hammers (516) (476) (188) (144) TE2-A22 DRS-S 92 dB(A) 15.0 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 13 min. 52 min. 47 (188) TE4-A22 no 88 dB(A) 11 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 25 min. 100 min. 198 230 118 125 88 67 (792) (920) (472) (500) (352) (268) TE6-A DRS-S 90 dB(A) 11 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 25 min. 99 min. 251 219 94 75 61 45 (1004) (876) (376) (300) (244) (180) TE6- DRS- 88 dB(A) 9 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 37 min. 148 min. 318 366 162 185 139 90 A36-AVR TE6-A (1272) (1464) (648) (740) (556) (360) TE7-A DRS-M 88 dB(A) 11 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 25 min. 99 min. 228 237 126 112 85 69 35 (912) (948) (504) (448) (340) (276) (140) TE1 (02) DRS-S 89 dB(A) 15 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 13 min. 52 min. 133 56 41Rotary hammers (532) (224) (164) TE2 DRS-S 89 dB(A) 16 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 12 min. 47 min. 116 49 39 (all types) (464) (196) (156) TE2 (02) DRS-S 91 dB(A) 13.5 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 16 min. 66 min. 171 163 73 61 (all types) (684) (652) (292) (244) TE6-S DRS-M 87 dB(A) 11 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 25 min. 99 min. 247 111 79 73 56 (988) (444) (316) (292) (224) TE 7 (02) DRS-M 89 dB(A) 11.0 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 25 min. 100 min. 84 (336) TE7-C DRS-M 89 dB(A) 17 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 10 min. 42 min. 103 107 52 45 34 28 18 14 (412) (428) (208) (180) (136) (112) (72) (56) TE16 DRS-S 89 dB(A) 16.5 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 11 min. 44 min. 123 63 60 40 19 (all types) (492) (252) (240) (160) (76) *Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB, vibraion 1.5 m/s2. Hilti – your preferred partner for productivity and safety on the jobsite www.hilti.com 1
  • 2. Tool selector 03/2012 Rotary hammers, combihammers and breakers Basic tool data Productivity data Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Number of holes to EAV 2.5 m/s2 (ELV 5 m/s2) for drilling diameter [mm]…Category removal sound vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV Hole depth 50 mm Hole depth 100 mm system pressure value* 4 5 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 25 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 level* TE30 DRS-S 90 dB(A) 16.5 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 11 min. 44 min. 60 81 41 19Combihammers (240) (244) (164) (76) TE30-C- DRS-S 90 dB(A) 12 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 21 min. 84 min. 114 116 78 36 AVR (456) (464) (312) (144) TE30-M- DRS-S 90 dB(A) 12 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 21 min. 84 min. 114 116 78 36 AVR (456) (464) (312) (144) TE40 DRS-S 93 dB(A) 16.3 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 11 min. 45 min. 52 29 20 (208) (116) (80) TE40- DRS-S 94 dB(A) 10.7 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 26 min. 105 min. 121 67 46 AVR (484) (268) (184) TE50 DRS-S 95 dB(A) 16.1 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 12 min. 46 min. 50 29 22 20 12 (200) (116) (88) (80) (48) TE50- DRS-S 93 dB(A) 11.4 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 23 min. 92 min. 99 57 44 40 24 AVR (396) (228) (176) (160) (96) TE56 DRS-S 92 dB(A) 17 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 10 min. 42 min. 47 29 22 17 13 (188) (116) (88) (68) (52) TE56- DRS-S 92 dB(A) 16 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 12 min. 47 min. 33 25 20 14 ATC (132) (100) (80) (56) TE60 DRS-S 101 7.5 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 53 min. 212 185 150 94 ATC dB(A) min. (740) (600) (376) AVR(3) TE60-T- DRS-S 99 dB(A) 9 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 37 min. 148 min. 113 82 56 ATC (452) (328) (224) TE60 DRS-S 96 dB(A) 18.5 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 9 min. 35 min. 25 18 12 (100) (72) (48) TE70 DRS-B 99 dB(A) 22 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 6 min. 25 min. 25 21 18 15 10 7 (100) (84) (72) (60) (40) (28) TE70- DRS-B 99.5 B(A) 22 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 6 min. 25 min. 25 21 18 15 10 7 ATC (100) (84) (72) (60) (40) (28) TE76 DRS-B 91 dB(A) 17 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 10 min. 42 min. 29 21 17 13 (116) (84) (68) (52) TE 76P- DRS-B 91 dB(A) 15 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 13 min. 53 min. 37 26 22 16 ATC (148) (104) (88) (64) TE80 DRS-B 99.5 B(A) 8.8 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 39 min. 155 min. 171 144 131 109 93 70 53 (684) (576) (524) (436) (372) (280) (212) *Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB, vibraion 1.5 m/s2. Hilti – your preferred partner for productivity and safety on the jobsite www.hilti.com 2
  • 3. Tool selector 03/2012 Basic tool data Productivity dataCategory Tool Emission Triaxial Dust Uncer- Time Time Application Volume till EAV Volume till ELV sound removal vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV pressure value* system level*Breakers TE 106 DRS-B 90 dB(A) 14 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 15 min. 61 min. chiseling to the wall 4.1 l 16 l TE 300-AVR DRS-B 91 dB(A) 13.5 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 16 min. 64 min. chiseling to the wall 5.0 l 20 l TE 500 DRS-B 94 dB(A) 12.1 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 20 min. 82 min. chiseling to the wall 22.1 l 88 l TE 500-AVR DRS-B 94 dB(A) 10.1 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 29 min. 118 min. chiseling to the wall 31.8 l 127 l TE 700-AVR DRS-B 86.0 dB(A) 6.5 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 71 min. 284 min. chiselling to the wall 60.0 l 240 l TE 706 DRS-B 90 dB(A) 9 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 37 min. 148 min. chiseling to the wall 41.5 l 165 l TE 706-AVR DRS-B 87 dB(A) 5.5 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 99 min. 397 min. chiseling to the wall 111.1 l 444 l TE 805 DRS-B 90 dB(A) 15 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 13 min. 53 min. demolition on floor edge 44.4 l 177 l TE 905-AVR DRS-B 92 dB(A) 8.5 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 42 min. 166 min. demolition on floor edge 139.8 l 559 l TE 1000-AVR DRS-B 87 dB(A) 6.5 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 71 min. 284 min. demolition on floor edge 325.0 l 1300 l TE 1500-AVR DRS-B 89 dB(A) 12 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 21 min. 84 min. demolition on floor edge 145.0 l 580 l TE 3000-AVR no 94 dB(A) 7.0 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 61 min. 244 min. demolition of floor edge 2075 l 8300 lCombi- TE 30-C-AVR no 90 dB(A) 11 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 25 min. 100 min. chiseling to the wall 7.0 l 28 lhammer TE 30-M-AVR no 90 dB(A) 11 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 25 min. 100 min. chiseling to the wall 7.0 l 28 l TE 56 DRS-B 92 dB(A) 13 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 18 min. 71 min. chiseling to the wall 14.9 l 59 l TE 60-ATC AVR (3) DRS-BK 101 dB(A) 7 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 61 min. 244 min. chiseling to the wall 56.3 l 225 l TE 60-T-ATC DRS-B 99 dB(A) 8.5 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 42 min. 166 min. chiseling to the wall 34.0 l 136 l TE 60 DRS-B 96 dB(A) 14 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 15 min. 61 min. chiseling to the wall 12.9 l 51 l TE 70 DRS-B 99 dB(A) 18 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 9 min. 37 min. chiseling to the wall 11.9 l 47 l TE 76 DRS-B 91 dB(A) 15 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 13 min. 53 min. chiseling to the wall 14.7 l 58 l TE 80 DRS-B 99.5 dB(A) 8.5 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 42 min. 166 min. chiseling to the wall 56.5 l 225 l*Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB, vibraion 1.5 m/s2.Examples for volume of liter (chiseling to the wall) Volume in liter Depth in cm Length in cm breadth in cm 1 10 x 5 x 20 2 20 x 10 x 10 5 20 x 5 x 50 10 10 x 5 x 200 20 20 x 10 x 100 50 20 x 20 x 125 100 10 x 50 x 200 500 20 x 50 x 500How to read the selector. exposure limit value (ELV). The next part of the se- depth is 100 mm. This makes it easier to compareIn this example we compare the TE2-A and TE7-A lector shows the number of holes that can be drilled the different tools.cordless rotary hammers. with that tool before reaching the exposure actionA dust removal solution (DRS-M) is available for the value or the exposure limit value (in brackets), de- Example: With a TE2-A, you can drill 120 holesTE7-A. The sound pressure level of these tools pending on the diameter of the hole. The section 8 mm in diameter and to a depth of 50mm beforeis shown in the next column. The next two columns marked in grey is the recommended diameter range reaching the exposure action value, while withshow the triaxial vibration value required for a risk for the different tools. Please note that the number a TE7-A you can drill 237 holes of the same sizeanalysis and the time the tool can be operated befo- of 4–8 mm dia. holes given applies to a depth of before reaching the EAV.re reaching the exposure action value (EAV) and the 50 mm, while for diameters bigger than 8 mm holeHilti – your preferred partner for productivity and safety on the jobsitewww.hilti.com 3
  • 4. Tool selector 03/2012Compact drill drivers Basic tool data Productivity dataCategory Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Work removal sound vibration tainty K to to piece Number of holes to EAV 2.5 m/s2 system pressure value* EAV ELV level* LpA* 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12Drill SF no 75 dB(A) 2.5 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 480 1920 10 mm 2300 1700 1300 1100 340 300 270 240 220drivers 14-A min. min. mild (9200) (6800) (5200) (4400) (1360) (1200) (1080) (960) (880) steel one one one one pre dril- pre dril- pre dril- pre dril- pre dril- step step step step ling (6 ling (6 ling (6 ling (6 ling (6 drilling drilling drilling drilling mm pre mm pre mm pre mm pre mm pre hole) hole) hole) hole) hole) SF no 75 dB(A) 2.5 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 480 1920 10 mm 1530 1150 920 760 450 400 360 330 300 22-A min. min. mild (6120) (4600) (3680) (3040) (1800) (1600) (1440) (1320) (1200) steel one one one one pre dril- pre dril- pre dril- pre dril- pre dril- step step step step ling (6 ling (6 ling (6 ling (6 ling (6 drilling drilling drilling drilling mm pre mm pre mm pre mm pre mm pre hole) hole) hole) hole) hole)Compact SFC no 69 dB(A) 2.0 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 750 3000 10 mm 2500 1900 1500 1300drill 14-A min. min. mild (10000) (7600) (6000) (5200)drivers steel SFC no 69 dB(A) 2.0 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 750 3000 10 mm 4400 3300 2600 2200 22-A min. min. mild (17600) (13200) (10400) (8800) steel*Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB, vibraion 1.5 m/s2.Hilti – your preferred partner for productivity and safety on the jobsitewww.hilti.com 4
  • 5. Tool selector 03/2012Impact drilling Basic tool data Productivity dataCategory Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Work removal sound vibration tainty K to to piece Number of holes to EAV 2.5 m/s2 system pressure value* EAV ELV level* LpA* 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12Cordless SFH no 96 dB(A) 20 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 8 32 10 mm 1600 1200 1000 800 430 380 340 310 290drills/ 22-A min. min. mild (6400) (4800) (4000) (3200) (1720) (1520) (1360) (1240) (1160)drivers steel one one one one pre dril- pre dril- pre dril- pre dril- pre dril- step step step step ling ling ling ling ling drilling drilling drilling drilling (6 mm (6 mm (6 mm (6 mm (6 mm pre hole) pre hole) pre hole) pre hole) pre hole)*Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB, vibraion 1.5 m/s2.Impact drilling Basic tool data Productivity dataCategory Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Work Number of holes to EAV 2.5 m/s2 removal sound vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV piece Hole depth: 50 mm 80 mm 90 mm system pressure value* level* LpA* 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12Cordless SFH no 96 dB(A) 20 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 8 min. 32 min. screed 300 150 95drills/ 22-A concrete (1200) (600) (380)drivers limestone/ 360 140 80 masonry (1440) (560) (320) SFH no 91 dB(A) 12 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 21 min. 84 min. screed 330 140 110 144-A concrete (1320) (560) (440) limestone/ 270 110 55 masonry (1080) (440) (220) SFH no 93 dB(A) 11.8 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 22 min. 88 min. screed 250 140 70 151-A concrete (1000) (560) (280) limestone/ 330 135 70 masonry (1320) (540) (280) SFH no 91 dB(A) 13.1 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 17 min. 68 min. screed 260 140 90 181-A concrete (1040) (560) (360) limestone/ 500 180 90 masonry (2000) (720) (360)Universal UH no 93 dB(A) 13.9 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 16 min. 64 min. screed 210 150 120hammers 240-A concrete (840) (600) (480) limestone/ 370 170 85 masonry (1480) (680) (340) UH no 96 dB(A) 14 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 15 min. 60 min. screed 260 140 70 650 concrete (1040) (560) (280) limestone/ 280 115 45 masonry (1120) (460) (180)*Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB, vibraion 1.5 m/s2.Hilti – your preferred partner for productivity and safety on the jobsitewww.hilti.com 5
  • 6. Tool selector 03/2012Impact fastening Basic tool data Productivity dataCategory Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Work piece Screw type Number of screw removal sound vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV settings to EAV system pressure value* 2.5 m/s2 (ELV 5 m/s2) level* LpA*Impact SI 100 no 95 dB(A) 8.4 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 43 min. 172 min. concrete HUS H 12.5 (10 mm) 635 (2540)drivers/ SID/SIW no 83 dB(A) 7.5 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 53 min. 212 min. steel M12 metal screw 1600 (6400)wrenches 14-A 83 dB(A) 7.5 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 53 min. 212 min. concrete HUS H 6 screw (6 mm) 800 (3200) SID/SIW no 86 dB(A) 11.0 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 25 min. 100 min. steel M12 metal screw 740 (2960) 22-A 86 dB(A) 11.0 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 25 min. 100 min. concrete HUS H 7,5 screw (6 mm) 370 (1480) SID/SIW no 85 dB(A) 7.4 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 55 min. 220 min. steel M12 metal 1600 (6400) 121-A 625 (2500) SID/SIW no 93 dB(A) 12 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 21 min. 84 min.steel M12 metal 300 (1200) 144-A steel HUS H 7.5 (6 mm) 420 (1600) SIW 22T-A no 97 dB(A) 14.5 m/s 2 1.5 m/s² 14 min. 56 min. steel M20 metal 170 (680) concrete HUS H 10.5 (8 mm) 110 (440) concrete HUS H 12.5 (10 mm) 70 (280) concrete HUS H 16.5 (14 mm) 22 (88) wood 12 X wood (240 mm)Screw­ TKI 2500 no 97 dB(A) 12.3 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 20 min. 80 min. screed concrete M10 metal 120 (480)drivers 12.3 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 20 min. 80 min. limestone/masonry HUS H 7.5 (6 mm) 85 (340) ST 1800-A22 no 70 dB(A) 0.5 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 12000 min. 48000 min. steel S-MD 01Z 4,8x19 3000 (1200) steel S-MD 51Z 4,8x19 5200 (20800) steel S-MD 03Z 5,5x25 1500 (6000) steel S-MD 53Z 5,5x25 2700 (10800) steel S-MD 05Z 5,5x40 540 (2160) steel S-MD 55Z 5,5x45 800 (3200)Diamond coring toolsHand-held diamond core drilling with water in non reinterced concrete Basic tool data Productivity data Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Core bit Number of holes till EAV 2.5 m/s2 (ELV 5 m/s2) removal sound vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV length for coring diameter [mm] system pressure value* or type Hole depth 100 mm level* LpA* 8 12 16 18 20 24 28 35 52 66 DD EC 1 wet 87 dB(A) 10 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 30 min. 120 min. 150 mm 120 110 100 (480) (440) (400) 17 m/s² 2.0 m/s² 10 min. 40 min. 300 mm 47 28 (188) (112) DD 130 wet 89 dB(A) 5 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 120 min. 480 min. HWC 90 40 (360) (160) DD 110-W wet 84 dB(A) 4.6 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 142 min. 568 min. HWC 200 80 (800) (320) DD 150 U wet 87 dB(A) 7 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 61 min. 244 min. HWC 66/ 30 350HWC (120) min./max. Diameter range (recommendation)*Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB, vibraion 1.5 m/s2.Hilti – your preferred partner for productivity and safety on the jobsitewww.hilti.com 6
  • 7. Tool selector 03/2012Diamond coring toolsHand-held dry diamond socket cutting into sand-limestone Basic tool data Productivity data Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Core bit Number of holes till EAV 2.5 m/s2 (ELV 5 m/s2) removal Sound vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV type for coring diameter [mm] system pressure value* Hole depth 60 mm level LpA* 68 82 DD 110-D dry, vacuum 84 dB(A) 5.8 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 89 min. 356 min. SC HDMU 320 (1280) 12 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 21 min. 84 min. SC PCM 130 (520) DD 130 dry, vacuum 89 dB(A) 6 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 83 min. 332 min. SC HDMU 280 (1120) 11 m/s² 2.5 m/s² 25 min. 100 min. SC PCM 190 (760)*Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB, vibraion 1.5 m/s2.Hand-held dry diamond core drilling into sand-limestone Basic tool data Productivity data Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Core bit Number of holes till EAV 2.5 m/s2 (ELV 5 m/s2) removal Sound vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV length for coring diameter [mm] system pressure value* or type Hole depth 100 mm level LpA* 16 18 20 24 28 35 52 67 68 87 102 112 122 132 152 162 DD 110-D dry, 84 dB(A) 5.8 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 89 min. 356 min. SC HDMU 230 200 90 20 vacuum (920) (800) (360) (80) DD 130 dry 89 dB(A) 6 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 83 min. 332 min. SC HDMU 370 170 100 30 vacuum (1480) (680) (400) (120) DD 150 U dry, 87 dB(A) 6.5 m/s² 1.6 m/s² 71 min. 284 min. DD-B 150 vacuum HDMU (600) 14.5 m/s² 4.5 m/s² 14 min. 56 min. DD-B PCM 110 (440)*Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB, vibraion 1.5 m/s2.Rig based diamond core drilling with water in non reinforced concrete (I) Basic tool data Productivity data Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Core bit Number of holes till EAV 2.5 m/s2 (ELV 5 m/s2) removal Sound vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV length for coring diameter [mm] system pressure value* or type Hole depth 100 mm level LpA* 8 12 16 18 20 24 28 35 DD EC1- wet 84 dB(A) 7 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 61 min. 244 min. ≤ 150 mm 110 Rig (440) 11 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 25 min. 100 min. SC HDMU 65 (260)*Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB, vibraion 1.5 m/s2.Rig based diamond core drilling with water in non reinforced concrete (I) Basic tool data Productivity data Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Core bit Number of holes till EAV 2.5 m/s2 (ELV 5 m/s2) removal Sound vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV length for coring diameter [mm] system pressure value* or type Hole depth 100 mm level LpA* 35 52 67 68 82 87 102 112 122 132 152 162 202 DD 120- wet 89 dB(A) 2.5 m/s² n.a 480 min. 1920 min. DD BI…P2 170 130 60 40 Rig (680) (520) (240) (160) DD 130- wet 89 dB(A) 3.5 m/s² n.a 245 min. 980 min. DD BI…P2 290 80 70 30 Rig (1160) (320) (280) (120) DD 150- wet 93 dB(A) 3.5 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 245 min. 980 min. DD-Bl P130 95** U Rig (380) DD 160 wet 93 dB(A) 4 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 188 min. 752 min. DD-Bl P2 90** (360) DD 200- wet 92 dB(A) 2.5 m/s² n.a 480 min. 1920 min. DD BL…H2 390 90** Rig (1560) (360) DD 350- wet 95 dB(A) 2.5 m/s² n.a 480 min. 1920 min. DD BL…H2 1100 290** Rig (4400) (1160) DD 500- wet 89 dB(A) 2.5 m/s² n.a 480 min. 1920 min. DD BL… 700 300** Rig HX2 (2800) (1200) min./max. Diameter range (recommendation)* Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB, vibraion 1.5 m/s2.** Hole depth 200 mmHilti – your preferred partner for productivity and safety on the jobsitewww.hilti.com 7
  • 8. Tool selector 03/2012Diamond cutting toolsCutting Basic tool data Productivity dataCategory Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Cutting wheel Application Exposure Exposure removal sound vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV Action Limit system pressure value ahv* Value Value level*Diamond DCH Integrated 102.5 dB(A) 4.7 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 136 min. 544 min. DC-D230-C1 cutting off 50 mm 70 m 280 mcutters 230 (01) concrete slabs DC-D230-C1 cutting grooves 45 mm deep 58 m 232 m in 40 N/mm 2 concrete DC-D230-M1/ C1 cutting grooves 50 mm deep 109 m 436 m in limestone DCH Integrated 106 dB(A) 5.1 m/s2 1.5 m/s² 115 min. 460 min. DCH-D305-C1 cutting off 50 mm 60.5 m 244 m 300 (01) concrete slabs DCH-D305-C1 cutting grooves 45 mm deep 48 m 192 m in 40 N/mm 2 concrete DCH-D305-M1/ cutting grooves 45 mm deep 32 m 128 m C1 in limestone DCH-D305-M1/ cutting grooves 90 mm deep 26 m 104 m C1 in limestone*Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to EN 60745-2-x (Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB(A), vibration 1,5 ….2,7 m/s² , depending on tool and application).Cutting Basic tool data Productivity dataCategory Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Cutting wheel Application Exposure Exposure removal sound vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV Action Limit system pressure value ahv* Value Value level*Diamond DCH Integrated 103.5 dB(A) 5.6 m/s2 1.7 m/s² 96 min. 384 min. DCH-D185-SE C1 wall chasing 45 mm deep 32 m 128 mcutters 180 SL in 40 N/mm 2 concrete DCH-D185-SE M1/ C1 wall chasing 45 mm deep 78.5 m 314 m in sand-limestone DC-SE Integrated 104 dB(A) 4.5 m/s2 n.a 148 min. 592 min. DC-D125-SE C1 wall chasing 30 mm deep 25.5 m 101 m 20 in 40 N/mm 2 concrete DC-D125-SE M1/ C1 wall chasing 30 mm deep 86 m 344 m in sand-limestone*Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to EN 60745-2-x (Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB(A), vibration 1,5 ….2,7 m/s² , depending on tool and application).Hilti – your preferred partner for productivity and safety on the jobsitewww.hilti.com 8
  • 9. Tool selector 03/2012Diamond cutting tools Basic tool data Productivity dataCategory Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Cutting wheel Application Exposure Exposure removal sound vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV Action Limit Action Limit system pressure value ahv* Value Value Value Value level LpA*Grinding AG 125-S DC-EX 88 dB(A) 5,2 m/s² n.a 111 min. 444 min. AG-D 125 USP 6,4 grinding 5⨯5 mm chamfer 21 m 84 msteel (12.5 mm² on mild steel) DAG 125-S DC-EX 87 dB(A) 4.6 m/s² n.a 142 min. 568 min. AG-D 125 USP 6,4 grinding 5⨯5 mm chamfer 28 m 112 m (12.5 mm² on mild steel) DEG 125-D DC-EX 89 dB(A) 7 m/s² n.a 61 min. 244 min. AG-D 125 USP 6,4 grinding 5⨯5 mm chamfer 46 m 184 m (12.5 mm² on mild steel) DCG 125-S DC-EX 90 dB(A) 5,7 m/s² n.a 92 min. 368 min. AG-D 125 USP 6,4 grinding 5⨯5 mm chamfer 50 m 200 m (12.5 mm² on mild steel) DC 230-S DC-EX 92 dB(A) 5,8 m/s² n.a 89 min. 356 min. AG-D 125 USP 6,4 grinding 5⨯5 mm chamfer 11 m 44 m (12.5 mm² on mild steel) DAG 230-D DC-EX 90 dB(A) 5 m/s² n.a 120 min. 480 min. AG-D 125 USP 6,4 grinding 5⨯5 mm chamfer 61 m 244 m (12.5 mm² on mild steel)Cutting DAG 230-D DC-EX 90 dB(A) 5 m/s² n.a 120 min. 480 min. DC-D 230-C1 cutting off 50 mm 61 m 244 m concrete slabs DC-D 230-C1 cutting grooves 30 mm deep 54 m 216 m in 40 N/mm 2 concrete DC-D 230-C1 cutting grooves 45 mm deep 71 m 284 m in limestone DCG 230-D DC-EX 90 dB(A) 5 m/s² n.a 120 min. 480 min. DC-D 230-C1 cutting off 50 mm 79 m 316 m concrete slabs DC-D 230-C1 cutting grooves 30 mm deep 60 m 240 m in 40 N/mm 2 concrete DC-D 230-C1 cutting grooves 45 mm deep 117 m 468 m in limestone DCG 230-DB DC-EX 90 dB(A) 5 m/s² n.a 120 min. 480 min. DC-D 230-C1 cutting off 50 mm 70 m 280 m concrete slabs DC-D 230-C1 cutting grooves 30 mm deep 80 m 320 m in 40 N/mm 2 concrete DC-D 230-C1 cutting grooves 45 mm deep 108 m 432 m in limestone*Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB, vibraion 1.5 m/s2.Hilti – your preferred partner for productivity and safety on the jobsitewww.hilti.com 9
  • 10. Tool selector 03/2012Steel cutting toolsCutting rebar Basic tool data Productivity data Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Cutting removal Sound vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV wheel Number of cuts for diameter [mm] system pressure value* level LpA* 10 12 15 20 25 30 40 DC 230 S DC-EX 92 dB(A) 5.8 m/s² n.a 89 min. 356 min. AC-D 230 2770 1860 115 610 380 250 130 2.5 mm USP (11080) (7440) (4200) (2440) (1520) (1000) (520)*Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB, vibraion 1.5 m/s2.Cutting channel installation system Basic tool data Productivity data Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Cutting removal Sound vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV wheel Number of cuts for channel... system pressure value* level LpA* MQ 21/2 MQ 41/2 MQ 41/3 DC 230 S DC-EX 92 dB(A) 5.8 m/s² n.a 89 min. 356 min. AC-D 230 2770 1860 115 2.5 mm USP (11080) (7440) (4200)*Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB, vibraion 1.5 m/s2.Cutting steel bars Basic tool data Productivity data Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Cutting Flat steel Square steel removal Sound vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV wheel Number of cuts for dimensions [mm]… system pressure value* level LpA* 10⨯50 20⨯60 30⨯60 30⨯80 13 20 25 30 40 DC 230 S DC-EX 92 dB(A) 5.8 m/s² n.a 89 min. 356 min. AC-D 230 370 140 90 65 1200 470 290 190 100 2.5 mm USP (1480) (560) (360) (260) (4800) (1880) (1160) (760) (400)*Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB, vibraion 1.5 m/s2.Cutting steel pipes Basic tool data Productivity data Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Cutting removal Sound vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV wheel Number of cuts for diameter [mm] ... system pressure value* level LpA* 26.9 (1.6) 33.7 (2) 42.4 (2) 48.3 (2) 60.3 (2) 76.1 (2) DC 230 S DC-EX 92 dB(A) 5.8 m/s² n.a 89 min. 356 min. AC-D 230 2.5 mm USP 1640 1010 770 670 520 400 (6560) (4040) (3080) (2680) (2080) (1600)*Emission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. Uncertainty (k): noise 3 dB, vibraion 1.5 m/s2.Hilti – your preferred partner for productivity and safety on the jobsitewww.hilti.com 10
  • 11. Tool selector 03/2012Direct fastening toolsDX tool Vibration Noise Cartridge color Allowed number of fastenings per day Workplace relevant emission value LpA,1s EAV ELV 2.5 m/s2 5 m/s2 GX120/GX120 ME — 3500 14000 102 dB(A) GX100/GX100-E — 2700 10800 102 dB(A) DX351 White 2100 8400 Green 1900 7600 104 dB(A) Yellow 1100 4400 Red 800 3200 DX460 Green 1300 5200 Yellow 1000 4000 103 dB(A) Red 1000 4000 Black 600 2400 DX76 Blue 700 2800 Red 600 2400 110 dB(A) Black 400 1600*Sound pressure level LpA, 1s measured at user’s ear according to standard EN 12549. Wear ear plugs according to operating instructions.DX tool Vibration Noise Cartridge color Allowed number of fastenings per day Workplace relevant emission value LpA,1s EAV ELV 2.5 m/s2 5 m/s2 DX860 ENP Blue 3500 14000 Red 2600 10400 106 dB(A) Black 1800 7200 DX860 HSN Yellow 5600 22400 Red 5500 22000 Black 3000 12000 DXE72 Brown 1000 4000 Green 900 3600 103 dB(A) Yellow 700 2800 DX36 Green 600 2400 Yellow 500 2000 Red 500 2000*Sound pressure level LpA, 1s measured at user’s ear according to standard EN 12549. Wear ear plugs according to operating instructions.DX tool Vibration Noise Cartridge color Allowed number of fastenings per day Workplace relevant emission value LpA,1s EAV ELV 2.5 m/s2 5 m/s2 DXA41 Green 1300 5200 Yellow 1000 4000 103 dB(A) Red 1000 4000 Black 600 2400 DX750 Blue 600 2400 Red 500 2000 110 dB(A) Black 400 1600*Sound pressure level LpA, 1s measured at user’s ear according to standard EN 12549. Wear ear plugs according to operating instructions.Hilti – your preferred partner for productivity and safety on the jobsitewww.hilti.com 11
  • 12. Tool selector 03/2012Reciprocating saws Basic tool data Productivity dataCategory Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time Time Saw Application Exposure Exposure removal sound vibration tainty K to EAV to ELV blade Action Limit system pressure value ahv* Value Value level LpA*Recipro- WSR 22-A n/a 82 dB(A) 16.0 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 12 min. 48 min. WU 20 Cutting off 38 mm chipboard 18.5 m 74 mcatingsaws WSR 22-A n/a 82 dB(A) 18.0 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 9 min. 36 min. WF 23 Cutting off (100 × 100) mm wooden beam 4 m 16 m WSR 36-A no 90 dB(A) 13 m/s² 3.0 m/s² 18 min. 72 min. WU 20 Cutting chipboard (thickness 38 mm) 46.5 m 186 m 16 m/s² 5.0 m/s² 12 min. 48 min. WF 23 Cutting wooden beams (100 x 100 mm fir) 61 cuts 244 cuts WSR 650-A no 84 dB(A) 12 m/s² 2.5 m/s² 21 min. 84 min. WU 20 Cutting chipboard (thickness 38 mm) 61 m 244 m 16 m/s² 5.0 m/s² 12 min. 48 min. WF 23 Cutting wooden beams (100 x 100 mm fir) 97 cuts 388 cuts WSR 900-PE no 89 dB(A) 16 m/s² 2.5 m/s² 12 min. 48 min. WU 20 Cutting chipboard (thickness 38 mm) 47.9 m 191 m 23 m/s² 3.5 m/s² 6 min. 24 min. WF 23 Cutting wooden beams (100 x 100 mm fir) 39 cuts 156 cuts WSR 1250-PE no 90 dB(A) 22 m/s² 2.5 m/s² 6 min. 24 min. WU 20 Cutting chipboard (thickness 38 mm) 27.9 m 111 m 26.5 m/s² 3.5 m/s² 4 min. 16. min WF 23 Cutting wooden beams (100 x 100 mm fir) 43 cuts 172 cuts WSR 1400-PE no 91 dB(A) 20 m/s² 2.5 m/s² 8 min. 32 min. WU 20 Cutting chipboard (thickness 38 mm) 34.5 m 138 m 28 m/s² 3.5 m/s² 4 min. 16 min. WF 23 Cutting wooden beams (100 x 100 mm fir) 35 cuts 140 cuts*  mission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. E Uncertainty (k): noise 3dB, vibration 1.5….5 m/s², depending on tool and application.Jig saws Basic tool data Productivity dataCategory Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time to Time to Saw Application Expo- Expo- removal sound vibration tainty K EAV ELV blade sure sure system pressure value ahv* Action Limit level LpA* Value ValueJig saws WSJ 750 EB WSJ-DRS 88 dB(A) 13 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 18 min. 72 min. W91/P HCS Cutting chipboard (thickness 38 mm) 50 m 200 m 5 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 120 min. 480 min. M50/2 BIM Cutting sheet metal (thickness 3 mm) 23 m 92 m WSJ 750 ET WSJ-DRS 87 dB(A) 10.5 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 27 min. 108 min. W91/P HCS Cutting chipboard (thickness 38 mm) 70 m 280 m 4 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 188 min. 752 min. M50/2 BIM Cutting sheet metal (thickness 3 mm) 26 m 104 m WSJ 850 EB WSJ-DRS 88 dB(A) 11 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 25 min. 100 min. W91/P HCS Cutting chipboard (thickness 38 mm) 75 m 300 m 5 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 120 min. 480 min. M50/2 BIM Cutting sheet metal (thickness 3 mm) 24 m 96 m WSJ 850 ET WSJ-DRS 87 dB(A) 9 m/s² 1.8 m/s² 37 min. 148 min. W91/P HCS Cutting chipboard (thickness 38 mm) 110 m 440 m 4 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 188 min. 752 min. M50/2 BIM Cutting sheet metal (thickness 3 mm) 29 m 116 m*  mission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. E Uncertainty (k): noise 3dB, vibration 1.5….5 m/s², depending on tool and application.Hilti – your preferred partner for productivity and safety on the jobsitewww.hilti.com 12
  • 13. Tool selector 03/2012Circular saws Basic tool data Productivity dataCategory Tool Dust Emission Triaxial Uncer- Time to Time to Application Exposure Exposure removal sound vibration tainty K EAV ELV Action Limit system pressure value ahv* Value Value level LpA*Circular SCW 22-A VC 93 dB(A) 1.2 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 2083 min. 8332 min. Cutting off 38 mm chipboard 13500 m 54000 msaws Cutting 55 mm softwood 1800 m 7200 m WSC-55-A24 VC 95 dB(A) 2.5 m/s² 1.5 m/s² 480 min. 1920 min. Cutting off 38 mm chipboard 5200 m 20800 m Cutting 55 mm softwood 3000 m 12000 m WSC-55 VC 94 dB(A) 2.5 m/s² n.a 480 min. 1920 min. Cutting off 38 mm chipboard 9000 m 36000 m Cutting 55 mm softwood 4000 m 16000 m WSC 70-A36 VC 97 dB(A) 2.5 m/s² n.a 480 min. 1920 min. Cutting off 38 mm chipboard 7400 m 29600 m Cutting 70 mm softwood 4800 m 19200 m WSC 70 VC 94 dB(A) 2.5 m/s² n.a 480 min. 1920 min. Cutting off 38 mm chipboard 5000 m 20000 m Cutting 70 mm softwood 4000 m 16000 m WSC 85 VC 100 dB(A) 2.5 m/s² n.a 480 min. 1920 min. Cutting off 38 mm chipboard 3300 m 13200 m Cutting 80 mm softwood 1200 m 4800 m WSC 255 VC 92 dB(A) 2.5 m/s² n.a 480 min. 1920 min. Cutting off 38 mm chipboard 3500 m 14000 m Cutting 55 mm softwood 3300 m 13200 m WSC-265 KE VC 89 dB(A) 2.5 m/s² n.a 480 min. 1920 min. Cutting off 38 mm chipboard 2500 m 10000 m Cutting 65 mm softwood 3000 m 12000 m*  mission sound pressure level LpA and triaxial vibration value ahv according to the relevant European Standard EN 60745-2-x. E Uncertainty (k): noise 3dB, vibration 1.5….5 m/s², depending on tool and application.How to read the selector. and the number of cutting meters on chipboard the exposure time for wooden beam application asIn this example we show how to find the relevant respectively the number of cuts on wooden beam first approximation for the risk assessment.data for risk assessment (e.g. number of cuts on a that can be performed with that tool before re-wooden beam before reaching exposure action aching the exposure action value (EAV, column Example: With WSR36-A using the WF23 sawvalue and exposure limit value.) The sound pressu- 5 and 6) or the exposure limit value (ELV, column 7 blade you can perform 61 cuts in wooden beamre level of these tools is shown in the third column. and 8). Please note that these values are only 100 ⨯ 100 mm before reaching exposure actionThe next column shows the triaxial vibration value valid with the appropriate saw blade used (menti- value and 244 cuts before reaching exposurerequired for a risk analysis. The next part of the oned in last column)If you have to perform applica- limit value.selector shows the time the tool can be operated tion not mentioned in the selector, you can useHilti – your preferred partner for productivity and safety on the jobsitewww.hilti.com 13
  • 14. Tool selector 03/2012 Disclaimer Disclaimer for power tool selector Disclaimer for direct fastening selector The vibration emission levels given in this information sheet have The vibration and noise values listed in this table are generated been measured in accordance with a standardised test described in from laboratory tests and do not guarantee actual recoil values in any EN 60745-1: 2006 or EN 61029 and may be used to compare one specific application on site. The values are rounded averages. tool with another. They may be used for a preliminary assessment of exposure. These vibration and noise values are therefore to be used as a guide- line only. The employer is responsible for adhering to legal require- The declared vibration emission levels represent the main appli­ ments applicable to workplace health and safety and for evaluation cations of the tools. However if the tools are used for different of the actual vibration and noise values by taking the appropriate applications, with different accessories or are poorly maintained, the on-site measurements. vibration emission may differ. This may significantly increase the exposure level over the total working period. Underlying measurements for vibration values are one-dimensional and taken in typical applications under laboratory conditions in An estimation of the level of exposure to vibration should also take accordance with ISO 8662-11. into account the times when the tool is switched off or when it is running but not actually doing the job. This may significantly reduce Underlying measurements for noise values are taken in typical the exposure level over the total working period. applications under laboratory conditions in accordance with EN 12 549 acoustics – noise test code for fastener driving tools. Identify additional safety measures to protect the operator from the effects of vibration such as: maintain the tool and the accessories, keep the hands warm, organisation of work patterns. The respective numbers shown in the selector indicate as follows: –  otary hammers (1): R Numbers of holes that can be drilled in one working day without exceeding the exposure action value or exposure limit value as defined in the EU vibration directive 2002/44/EC. –  ombi hammers (2): C Numbers of holes that can be drilled or respectively the size of ope- Hilti = eingetragenes Warenzeichen der Hilti AG, Schaan | W 4193 0311 2-de | 2 Printed in Liechtenstein | © 2012 | Technische und Programm-Änderungen vorbehalten S. E. & O. ning that can be chiselled in one working day without excee-ding the exposure action value or exposure limit value as defined in the EU vibration directive 2002/44/EC. –  reakers (3): B The size of opening that can be chiselled in one working day without exceeding the exposure action value or exposure limit value as defined in the EU vibration directive 2002/44/EC. –  iamond coring tools (4): D Numbers of hole that can be drilled in one working day without exceeding the exposure action value or exposure limit value as defined in the EU vibration directive 2002/44/EC. –  eciprocating saws (5): R Number of cutting meters that can be cut or respectively the number of cuts that can be performed in one working day without exceeding the exposure action value or exposure limit value as defined in the EU vibration directive 2002/44/EC. The vibration values listed are triaxial measurements made in ac- cordance with EN 60745-1:2006 or EN 61029. The vibration values shown are generated from laboratory test data and do not guarantee actual vibration values for any specific application on site. The values are rounded averages. Noise values are measured in accordance with EN 60745-1:2006 or EN 61029. Regardless of the noise value, Hilti strongly recommends that appropriate noise protection is worn. The material used for the measurements is defined as following: –  otary hammers, combi hammers, breakers and diamond coring R tools are measured on concrete with a minimum compressive strength of 40 N/mm2 (after 28 days). The concrete is not reinfor- ced. The depth of the holes drilled is stated in the respective table. –  eciprocating saws are measured on chipboard with the dimensi- R ons of 600 x 38 mm and beams of fir wood with the dimensions of 100 x 100 mm. The size of opening chiselled by the small breakers up to and inclu- ding the TE 706 represents chiselling out an opening in a wall (e.g. for a window) in solid material, i.e. the opening is surrounded by concrete on all sides. When chiselling at the edge of a slab, performance is higher by a factor of 2–3. With the TE 805 and TE 905-AVR, the application is de- molition chiselling towards the ground on an edge. The productivity values are calculated on the basis of the vibration value and performance of the tool and are measured in the procedu- res according to EN 60745-1:2006 or EN 61029. They vary, depending on many factors, such as the material, possible rebar hits, type and sharpness of the bit, chisel or blade used and the working behaviour of the user etc. All values are measured using new Hilti power tools and bits, chisels, blades etc. Drilling into or through rebars influences the rate of drilling progress and vibration emissions. This, as a rule, leads to a significant reduc- tion of overall productivity (decrease in the number of holes drilled). The values given in the tool and application selectors are therefore to be used only as a guideline. The employer is responsible for en­ suring that limit values are not exceeded. The efficiency of dust removal systems depends strongly on their correct use as well as the conditions on the jobsite, e.g. the type and surface shape of the material worked on. The values given and statements made with respect to dust removal are therefore an indication only. Dust from material such as paint containing lead, some wood spe- cies, minerals and metal may be harmful. Contact with or inhalation of the dust may cause allergic reactions and/or respiratory diseases to the operator or bystanders. Certain kinds of dust are classified as carcinogenic such as oak and beech dust especially in conjunction with additives for wood conditio- ning (chromate, wood preservative). Material containing asbestos must only be treated by specialists. • Where the use of a dust extraction device is possible it shall be used. • The work place must be well ventilated. • The use of a dust mask of filter class P2 is recommended. Follow national requirements for the materials you want to work with.Hilti – your preferred partner for productivity and safety on the jobsitewww.hilti.com 14