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August 2017

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Coming Soon…CP7762 Ultra Compact 3/4″ Impact Wrench!

The First Real 3/4″ Stubby Impact Wrench  Coming soon to AHPC’s Chicago Pneumatic’s range; the CP7762 Ultra Compact 3/4″ Impact Wrench. Compact, powerful and lightweight, the CP7762 is the first real 3/4″ stubby impact wrench. While making no compromises in durability with a steel motor, twin hammer mechanism and aluminium housing. This new compact Chicago Pneumatic […]

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July 2017

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CP66 NUTRUNNER SERIES NOW AVAILABLE!

 CP66 Nutrunner Series + ATC Pack Presenting to you, the most robust pneumatic nutrunner in its class and the most ergonomic air supply solution. Benefits: Robust Accurate Strong lightweight reaction arm Features: Replaceable protective cover Reliable gearbox: 13,000 cycles before maintenance Vane type high performance air motor same as industrial impact wrench High tightening accuracy: […]

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June 2017

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CP66 Nutrunner Series … COMING SOON!

THE MOST ROBUST PNEUMATIC NUTRUNNER AMONG THE SMALLEST GEARBOX New to the market and coming soon to Australia; Chicago Pneumatic’s new range of nutrunners. The CP66 will be the most robust pneumatic nutrunner series among the smallest gearbox. When paired with the air torque control FRL pack (ATC pack), it will yield the highest accuracy upon […]

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April 2017

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CP872 Die Grinder Accessories

Chicago Pneumatic has launched a standard die grinder with 56% MORE power; the new CP872 works faster by using less air. This grinder comes standard with: 6mm collet (¼” collet mounted on tool) Angle double ended spanner Straight double ended spanner Optional extra’s are: 3mm collet 1/8” collet Silencer exhaust hose (included in CP872K : […]

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April 2017

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CP872 NEW GENERATION DIE GRINDER

Chicago Pneumatic has launched a standard die grinder with 56% MORE power. What is different with the new CP872 is its ability to work faster by using less air. The improved performance involves:
Free speed increased 23% (from 22,000 to 27,000RPM) for greater efficiency in all maintenance applications
Power improved 57% (from 300 to 470W) to finish the job faster and easier
Air consumption decreased 21% (from 26 to 20.2CFM) to save on compressed air costs

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