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Wacker Neuson reduces HAV

The gasoline-driven floor saws from Wacker Neuson were revised and now offer additional benefits for end users and contractors. It was possible to reduce the hand-arm vibrations (HAV) even further, which makes longer operating times and fatigue-free working possible. In addition, the high quality equipment is characterized by its performance and durability.

The new floor saw series from Wacker Neuson includes the four models BFS 735, BFS 940, BFS 1345 and BFS 1350 with blade diameters from 350 to 500 millimeters. They offer even lower hand-arm vibrations (HAV) that are now below the exposure level of 5 m/s² specified by the EU. This value makes it possible to operate the equipment for up to 8 hours per day. Lower HAV values also make work easier for the operator.

The wheel base was also optimized: a wide track with a short wheel center distance offers optimal stability and good controllability. The new models also benefit from a long service life thanks to the lifetime-lubricated bearings. No re-lubrication of the bearings is therefore necessary, maintenance jobs take place less frequently and operating times are extended. The gasoline-driven floor saws have a high cutting stability and yet are easy to guide. The full-frame chassis is constructed from high tensile strength steel. Even at maximum cutting speed, the floor saws run quietly and sturdily – this is ensured by the frame and the exterior ball bearing wheels. The center of gravity is located precisely over the cutting axle. The cutting force of the blade is therefore maximized in combination with an optimal coordination of the torque.

Through the infinitely adjustable cutting depth from 120 to 195 millimeters, the gasoline-driven floor saws from Wacker Neuson achieve a high quality and clean cut in various materials. The double-face water sprinkling ensures a long service life of the blade and therefore saves costs. The gasoline-driven floor saws are ergonomic and comfortable to use. The handle grip can be adjusted to the size of the operator without using tools and therefore allows for less fatigue-prone work.