- Comes included with bar and chain
- Interlocking triggers, hand guards, low kickback bars and chains for commercial diver safety
- Kickback is reduced without the centrifugal force from the flywheel used on the CS06
- Hydraulic power doesn’t require a flywheel to smooth power pulses so there is no chain coasting when trigger is released
- Floating rim sprocket for longer wear and easy replacement
- The Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Chain Saws CS06930 both come equipped with Stanley 00936 Adaptors (adapters for connecting the quick disconnect couplers to the saw - no hoses) and does not come with the coupler set
- Flush-face quick disconnect couplers and hose whips are sold separately for the CS06930 Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Chainsaws CS06. For quick disconnect couplers, please purchase 1 set of Stanley 03971 Coupler Set for the Hydraulic Underwater Tools. For hose whips, please purchase 2 of Stanley 01652 12 in. Hose Whip.
Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Chain Saw CS06930 Includes
- 07639 Saw Bar 20 in.(51 cm), 0.325 in. Pitch
- 07642 Saw Chain 20 in.(51 cm), 0.325 in. Pitch
- User Manual
- Capacity (Cut Length): 20 in. (51 cm)
- Weight: 6.25 lbs (2.8 kg)
- Length: 14 in. (36 cm)
- Width: 9 in. (23 cm)
- Pressure: 1000-2000 psi (70-140 bar)
- Flow Range: 7-9 gpm (26-34 lpm) at the commercial diver
- Optimum Flow: 8 gpm (30 lpm)
- Porting: -8 SAE O-ring
- Connect Size & Type: 3/8 in. NPT Male Pipe Hose End
- Motor: Hyrevz™ motor
***See printable file of the "Hydraulic Tool to Hydraulic Hose Diagram" in the ATTACHMENTS section for more information about this underwater tool.***
The Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Chainsaws CS06 - CS06930 - with 20 inch saw bar offers the commercial diver the highest power-to-weight ratio of any underwater chainsaw tool on the market today. Hose whips and couplers are sold separately.
Safety has been designed in to Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Chainsaw CS06 - CS06930 - that feature interlocking triggers, hand guards, low kickback bars and chains. Hydraulic power doesn’t require a flywheel to smooth power pulses so there is no chain coasting when the ;commercial diver releases the trigger. The Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Chain Saw CS06 features a floating rim sprocket for longer wear and easy replacement.
All Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Chainsaws CS06 come with bar and chain included. This underwater tool can be ordered in a wide variety of bar lengths. For extra flexibility, the “Dual Spool” models provide commercial divers with the ability to power the underwater chain saws from either an open or closed center hydraulic system using the same saw. Models can be special ordered for use with dedicated open or closed center hydraulic systems.
The Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Chainsaw CS06 pistol-grip can be used by commercial divers for all types of underwater cutting and cleaning applications.
With an optimum input flow of only 5 gpm/20 lpm, the Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Chainsaw CS06 is ideal for commercial diving applications where the hydraulic power source is limited to 5 gpm/20 lpm. (HTMA Type I)
The more powerful Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Chain Saw CS06 is designed for use on HTMA Type II circuits with a full 8 gpm/30 lpm output.
*Please reference the ATTACHMENTS tab for downloadable and printable files on this underwater tool. Available files for download are listed below:
- CS06 Blowapart and Key
- CS06 Accessories
- CS06 Users Manual
*Please see ACCESSORIES tab for service tools and accessories for the Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Chainsaw CS06.
*Please see PARTS tab on this webpage for the list of saw chains/bars and parts associated with this underwater tool.
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What additional accessories are required to operate the CS06 on land?
No additional accessories are required.
Will my tool operate if I use a lower flow rate than what would be considered optimum for the tool to operate?Yes, most tools have an optimal flow range, as long as the gallons per minute delivered to the tool is within this range the tool will work. However, please be award that the tool will run at a slower speed based on the flow rated delivered to the tool. Basically, the lower the gallons per minute the slower the tool will run.