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Technical data

Technical Specifications
Square drive12.7 mm
Min torque at 3 bar45 Nm
Free speed900 r/min
Weight2.6 kg
Length235 mm
CS distance30 mm
Air consumption at free speed19 l/s
Air inlet thread0.38 mm
Spline type3
Model typePistol
Shut-offYes
ReversibleYes
Sound standardISO15744
Sound pressure78 dB(A)
Vibration standardISO28927-2
Vibration value<2.5 m/s²
Torque range at 5 bar60 - 85 Nm
Max torque at 6.3 bar100 Nm
Sound uncertainty3 dB(A)
Bolt sizeM12 mm

Accessories

  • Prevailing modification kit

    4210 2593 80

  • Protective cover

    Protective cover

    Mounting: The protective cover in rubber is mounted on the motor., Purpose: Protect product from scratches. Will also protect tool from surface wear.

    4210 3044 00

  • Multi torque selector

    Multi torque selector

    Mounting: The selector is mounted on the back of the motor housing, Purpose: Enable four different final torque settings on one LTP nutrunner

    4210 2269 95

  • Quick change retainer pin - Quick change

    Quick change retainer pin

    Quick change. For 1/2” Square drive

    4250 1013 00

  • Shut-off override

    Shut-off override

    4210 3545 80

  • Quick change retainer

    Retainer

    1/2’’

    4250 1190 00

  • MultiFlex - Swivelling type, BSP

    MultiFlex

    Swivelling type, BSP

    8202 1350 22

  • MultiFlex connector - Swivelling type, NPT

    MultiFlex connector

    Swivelling type, NPT

    8202 1350 28

  • Hose nipple

    Hose nipple

    9000 0242 00

  • Mounting plater - Flange mount Ø55. Round

    Mounting plater

    Flange mount Ø55. Round. Mounting: Mounted on the front gear splines. Can be welded on to existing tool fixture

    4210 2219 10

  • Zero Gravity balancer

    COL 2 03

    8202 0750 27

  • Reaction bar, square bracket - Steel, center mount 100x50. 100x50x12 mm. Nut 4210 2218 00

    Reaction bar, square bracket

    Steel, center mount 100x50x12 mm. Spline type 3. Nut 4210 2218 00. Mounting: Mounted on front gear splines. Can be welded to fit on existing fixture

    4210 2219 03

  • Productivity kit

    MIDI Optimizer F/RD EQ10-C13

    8202 0850 02

  • Balancer

    RIL 10C

    8202 0704 16

  • Reaction bar, straight - Aluminium. L=500 mm, Max 150Nm

    Reaction bar, straight

    Aluminium. L=500 mm, Max 150Nm

    4210 2219 01

  • Reaction bar, triangular bracket

    Reaction bar, triangular

    Triangular bracket, spline type 3. Steel. 82x80x12 mm. Nut 4210 2218 00 Mounting: Mounted on the front gear splines. Holes for bolt on in tool fixture

    4220 2137 03

  • Reaction bar, S-type - S-type

    Reaction bar, S-type

    S-type. Spline type 3. Mounting: Mounted on the front gear splines. Designed to take reaction on adjacent bolt or material

    4210 4480 03

  • Reaction bar - Steel, L=500mm. 400x29x12 mm. Nut 4210 2218 00

    Reaction bar

    Steel, L=500mm. 400x29x12 mm. Spline type 3. Nut 4210 2218 00. For further information, please see Printed Matter No. 9836 1454 01. Mounting: Mounted on the front gear splines

    4210 2219 80

  • Reaction bar, sliding drive - Sliding 1/2" square drive, CC distance 70-120mm

    Reaction bar, sliding drive

    Sliding 1/2" square drive, CC distance 70-120mm. Mounting: Mounted on the front gear splines. Designed to fit on adjacent bolt with socket

    4210 4481 83

  • Reaction bar. L-type - Aluminium

    Reaction bar. L-type

    Aluminium. Spline type 3. Mounting: Mounted on the front gear splines. Pre bent material, additional bending will change maximal load

    4210 2219 08

Atlas Copco USA - Eco Design
Eco Design and environmental aspects of product development is nothing new to us. Atlas Copco has a history of developing modular tools with a deep respect for materials and natural resources used in the products. We always strive to maximize the functionality of the product and at the same time minimize the energy consumption to make sure the environmental impact is as low as possible. By developing accurate tools we make sure the customer never has to waste time or energy to re-do an operation. For battery tools we also have the option to connect multiple tools to one controller and thereby decrease the standby energy consumption considerably.

Eco Design is all about minimizing a product's environmental impact during its entire life-cycle, including extraction of raw materials, manufacturing, customer usage and recycling while maximizing the productivity.

Our approach to Eco Design

Eco Design
Within Industrial Technique we approach Eco Design from six different areas. These form the core of the Eco Design review performed in each product development project. This procedure helps define Eco Design targets early in the project.
  1. HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES
    We avoid hazardous substances and materials listed on the Atlas Copco Restricted & Prohibited list.
  2. MATERIALS
    We use materials and structural features to minimize the product’s weight and invest in strong, durable materials to protect the product.
  3. MIX AND MODULARITY
    We avoid mixing materials since blends inhibit recycling and consider fastening methods to facilitate disassembly.
  4. ENERGY
    We consider how the final product will be used in order to minimize energy and resource consumption in the use phase, in production and during transportation.
  5. REUSE AND RECYCLING
    We design with recycling in mind. We promote repair and upgrading, especially for long lasting and system-dependent products. To increase the customer’s awareness regarding the importance of recycling, we are now including Recycling Instructions in the Product Information (PI).
  6. INFORMATION CUSTOMER
    We prepare for upgrading, maintenance and recycling, through labelling, modularization and information in the product information.
This is how we do Sustainable Productivity in practice!