Strapping tool Hurricane 13/16

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Strapping tool Hurricane 13-16 with tensioning and battery welding, easy to use and adjust, suitable for strapping medium-heavy loads. The machine has the ability to strap even vertically. It has a weight of 3 kg which allows a simple usability. It is supplied with a charger, but can also be recharged without removing it from the strapping machine's housing.


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Battery strapping tool easy to use thanks to its low weight of only 2.9 kg.

Hurricane is a tensioning and welding battery strapping tool easy to use and simple to be adjusted. Strap inserting is fast and easy and the tensioning and friction weld sealing (frictional heating) are activated by pushing two buttons. It is one of the lightest battery tools in the world, just 2,9 Kg. It is suitable for strapping medium-heavy loading and is for PP or PET strap, from 13 up to 16 mm width. It is equipped with the new Lithium battery 12Vcc 3.0 A/h that ensures a longer-lasting power.

FEATURES
  • Ergonomic and compact
  • The lightest on the market, only 2,9 Kg
  • Vertical and horizontal application
  • FPP and PET strap
  • Speed up to 200 mm/s
  • Friction welding system
  • Recharging and last-longing battery
  • Small size
  • Low maintenance costs
  • New generation lithium battery

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Additional information

Machine dimensions

L 340 x W 130 x H 118 mm

Net weight

3 kg

Power supply

220 Volts

Battery type

to 12 vdc-3.0 A/H ioni di litio

Charging time

90 minutes

Cycles per charge

100-220 strapping

Strap type

PP / PET

Strap width

13-16 mm

Strap thickness

0,6 – 1,2 mm

Strap tension

60 – 2800 N

Closing system

Vibration welding

Tensioning speed

100-200 mm/sec

Battery strapping tool Hurricane 13/16

Strapping tool Hurricane 13/16