A-1-UTL Utility Drill
The Minnich A-1-UTL unit can drill vertically or horizontally, features a lightweight design for easy portability and requires minimal air — making it an ideal alternative to an electric hammer drill. Available in two powerful, compact models, the A-1-UTL drill works efficiently in confined spaces. Both units in the A-1-UTL lineup are available with an optional dust collection system to minimize debris on the jobsite. Special application and pattern kits are also available.
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|Model||A-1-24 UTL||A-1-30 UTL|
|Drill Steel Shank||.875" x 3.25" (22.2mm x 82.6 mm)||.875" x 3.25" (22.2mm x 82.6 mm)|
|Drill Steel Length U.C.||9" (22.9cm)||12" (30.5cm)|
|Drill Bit Diameter||.625" - 1.00" (15.9mm to 25.4mm)||.625" - 1.00" (15.9mm to 25.4mm)|
|*Maximum Drill Depth||7" (17.8cm)||10" (25.4cm)|
|Drill Distance From Top of Slab||3" - 10" (7.6cm to 25.4cm)||3" - 10" (7.6cm to 25.4cm)|
|Minimum Cutout Width||24" (61.0cm)||30" (76.2cm)|
|SCFM Required||32 (0.9 m3/min)||32 (0.9 m3/min)|
|PSIG Required||84.5 (5.8 BAR)||84.5 (5.8 BAR)|
|Weight||75 LBS (34.0 Kg)||80 LBS (36.3 Kg)|
Specifications shown are standard. Variations to the standard are available. Dust Collection is available.
*Based on 2 piece steel and bits. Whirlybits should be 1" (2.5cm) longer for maximum depth.
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