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Stanley Tools Hydraulic Underwater Cut-Off Saw CO23

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SKU: CO23341

List Price: $3,235.00

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Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Cut-Off Saw CO23 - CO23341

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Overview

Features

  • 10-15 gpm (38-57 lpm) operating range
  • Adjustable depth shoe plate
  • 3 inch (76.2 mm) deep maximum cut
  • Wheel guard
  • Integral HYREVZ™ gear-type motor
  • Safety trigger

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Specifications

  • Output Capacity: 10 in. wheel (25.4 cm wheel)
  • Input Flow Range: 10-15 GPM (38-57 LPM)
  • Input Pressure: 1500 - 2000 PSI (105 - 140 bar)
  • Optimum Flow: 15 GPM (57 LPM)
  • Weight: 23 lbs (10.4 kg)
  • Dimensions: 19-1/2 in. L x 11 in. W (49.5 cm x 27.9 cm)
  • Motor: HYREVZTM Gear
  • Porting: 8 SAE O-Ring
  • Connect Size and Type: -8 SAE Threaded Ports
Descriptions

The Stanley CO23 Hydraulic Underwater Cut-Off Saw was designed for underwater use but it is also a very useful tool on land as well. The CO23 uses standard 10 inch (25.4 cm) diameter abrasive or wet or dry diamond blades for cutting metals or concrete. Stanley Tools 03971 Coupler Set for the Hydraulic Underwater Tools and cutting wheel are sold separately.

*Please see ACCESSORIES tab for service tools, cutting wheels, and accessories for the Stanley Hydraulic Underwater Cut-Off Saw CO23.

*Please see PARTS tab on this webpage for the list of parts associated with this underwater tool.

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  • My CO23 has an alignment pin but my cutting wheel doesn't have an alignment hole so I can't attach my cutting wheel. Can I remove the alignment pin?

    The CO23 U/W saw was designed with a pin installed on the inside drive collar of the tool. If you are using a cutting wheel with a hole for the drive collar pin, you will install the wheel to fit over this pin.
     
    If you have a cutting wheel without a hole for the drive collar pin, you will need to remove the pin from the drive collar before installing the wheel. You should be able to remove the pin from the drive collar with a pair of vise-grips.

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  • My CO23 has an alignment pin but my cutting wheel doesn’t have an alignment hole so I can’t attach my cutting wheel. Can I remove the alignment pin?

    The CO23 U/W saw was designed with a pin installed on the inside drive collar of the tool. If you are using a cutting wheel with a hole for the drive collar pin, you will install the wheel to fit over this pin.
     
    If you have a cutting wheel without a hole for the drive collar pin, you will need to remove the pin from the drive collar before installing the wheel. You should be able to remove the pin from the drive collar with a pair of vise-grips.

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  • Is it possible to change the direction the blade rotates by reversing the flow of hydraulic fluid?
    No, you cannot change the rotation of the tool by reversing the flow of hydraulic fluid. Doing this would be extremely unsafe and the risk of someone getting hurt is very high.
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  • What is the deepest depth the CO23 Cut-Off Saw will cut?
    Using a new 10 inch cutting wheel, the depth of the cut will be roughly 3.5 inches.
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  • 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.
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