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HIKOKI - 18V Brushless 8 Piece Combination Pack KIT

SKU
KC18D8P3(HRZ)
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Combo Pack includes:

1x C1806DB 18V 165mm Brushless Circular Saw
1x DV18DC 18V Brushless Impact (Hammer) Driver Drill
1x WH18DC 18V Brushless Impact Driver
1x G1813DA 18V 125mm Impact Grinder with Slide Switch
1x CR18DBL 18V Brushless Reciprocating Saw
1x RB18DC 18V Blower
1x DH1826DA 18V SDS PLUS Cordless Rotary Hammer
1x UB18DJL 18V Worklight & Torch
3x BSL36A18 Li-ion MultiVolt Battery A
1x UC18YSL3 Rapid Charger with cooling & USB port
1x Large Site bag

HiKOKI 402094 Large Site Bag


Large Hikoki tool bag.

Specifications
Material: Nylon
Pockets: 4 Internal Pockets

HiKOKI UC18YSL3(H0Z) -

Features:
Cooling feature helps cool battery during charging or before charging commences to prevent battery overheating ensuring extended battery life
Preventative mechanism against charging a hot battery to extend battery life
3 way overcharge protection system to ensure battery is not overcharged
Two colour indicator light to indicate what stage of charging the battery is in
USB port for charging mobile devices

Specifications:
Voltage: 14.4V - 18V
USB ports: 1
Battery type: Li-ion Slide
Charge times:
1.5Ah: 15 mins approx
2.0Ah: 20 mins approx
2.5Ah: 25 mins approx
3.0Ah: 20 mins approx
4.0Ah: 26 mins approx
5.0Ah: 32 mins approx
6.0Ah: 38 mins approx

HiKOKI BSL36A18 -

Features:
1080W Power and compact & lightweight (almost the same size and weight as an 18V BSL1850 or 60 battery) with 18,650 cells
Automatic voltage change between 36V and 18V
Remaining battery indicators displays the charging state in 4 stages

Specifications:
Voltage: 18V - 36V
Capacity:
18V: 5.0Ah
36V: 2.5Ah
Charge time: Approx 32 mins
Dimensions (L x W x H): 116mm x 69mm x 76mm

HiKOKI UB18DJL(L0Z) - 


Includes:
Shoulder Strap & Hook

Features:
12 ultra bright white LED’s achieves impressive visibility on the jobsite
Two mode function enables user to switch between torch and worklight mode
Adjustable head which pivots left-right 270 degrees in seven steps and up-down 180 degrees in five steps

Specifications:
Voltage: 18V
Illumination:
Torch light: 6,000 Lx
High (12 LED): 110 Lx
Mid (6 LED): 55 Lx
Low (3 LED): 27 Lx
Runtime:
Torch light: 43 hrs
High (12 LED): 16 hrs
Mid (6 LED): 30 hrs
Low (3 LED): 51 hrs
Weight: 0.3kg

HiKOKI DH1826DA(H4Z) -

Features:
High impact energy 3.2 Joules
UVP (User Vibration Protection) & LVH (Low Vibration Handle)
RFC (Reactive Force Control)
LED light
2 Step Speed Control
Auto Stop function
Compatible with the HiKOKI MultiVolt and 18V slide batteries

Specifications:
Voltage: 18V
Motor Type: Brushless
Switch Type: Variable speed trigger switch
Drilling Range Capacity:
Concrete drill bit: 3.4 - 26mm
Concrete core bit: 25 - 50mm
Steel: 13mm
Wood: 27mm
Impact energy: 3.2 Joules
Full load impact rate: 0 - 4,300 bpm
No-load rotation speed: 0 - 950 rpm
3 operating modes:
Hammer only
Drilling only
Hammer & Drilling
Light: LED
Low Vibration Handle: Yes
RFC (Reactive Force Control): Yes
One-Push Action for Quick Bit Mounting: Yes
Constant Speed Control: Yes
2 step speed control: Yes
Auto Stop Function: Yes
Dimensions (L x W x H): 334mm x 91mm x 232mm
Weight: 3.8kg

HiKOKI RB18DC(H4Z) -

Features:
Blower and vacuum functions
Variable speed control trigger allows air volume to be adjusted providing convenience for work in confined areas or where air volume adjustment is required
Doubles as vacuum with dust bag
Comfortable grip handle

Specifications:
Voltage: 18V
Motor Type: Brushed
Air Volume: 3.5m3/min/124CFM
Max Air Velocity: 95(m/s)/213(MPH)
Vibration Level: 2.0m/s2
Sound Pressure Level: 85dB(A)
Switch Type: Trigger Switch
Dimensions: 505mm x 155mm x 220mm
Weight: 1.8kg

HiKOKI CR18DBL(H4Z) -

Features:
Electronic control panel allows the user to select between low, medium, high and auto modes to ensure optimised speed and performance across multiple applications
Auto mode function increases battery life and decreases noise by automatically reducing and increasing the number of revolutions depending on the work load
Brushless Motor is 30% more efficient than conventional models as no energy is wasted through brush friction, thus extending battery run time
Approx. 2.1 x faster cutting speed than previous model C18DSL when cutting timber
Slimmer front housing creates an easier grip for improved user handling and less fatigue
Low Vibration Handle reduces vibration for increased user comfort and less fatigue
Tool-less blade change for quick and easy blade replacement
Tool-less shoe adjustment for quick and easy guide adjusting of shoe length
Large pivoting hook for storage and placement increasing user convenience
Electronic control panel to select between low, medium, high and auto modes
Slimmer front and shock absorbing handle for user comfort
Blade can be mounted in either upward or downward direction

Specifications
Voltage: 18V
Capacity:
Steel Pipe: 130mm
Wood: 120mm
Mild Steel: 19mm
Stroke Length: 32mm
No Load Speed: 0-2500 (min-1)
Length: 435mm
Weight: 2.8kg

HiKOKI G1813DA(H4Z) -

Features:
Grip circumference 146mm
Detachable filter as standard
Side handle can be mounted in 2 directions
An improved dustproof structure at the rear of the grinder and installing a highly dustproof and water-resistant switch has improved the grinders durability against dust and water
Safety functions - Brake Function, Kick Back Protection System, Soft Start, 0 Voltage Restart Protection & Overload Protection

Specifications:
Voltage: 18V
Motor Type: Brushless
Switch Type: Paddle
Brake Function: Yes
0 Voltage Restart Protection: Yes
Soft Start: Yes
Overload Protection: Yes
Overheat Protection: Yes
Kick Back Protection System: Yes
Changeable Dust Filter: Yes
Spindle Lock: Yes
2 position Side Handle: Yes
Grinding Wheel Ø: 125mm Ø
Grinding Wheel bore Ø: 22.23mm Ø
Spindle Thread: M14 x 2mm
Maximum Power Output: 750W
No Load Speed: 8,000rpm
Weight (including battery, sold separately): 1.7kg
Dimensions (L x W x H): 358mm x 141mm x 139mm

HiKOKI WH18DC(H4Z) -

Features:
Compact & Easy to use with a 114mm long head length
Highly visible 3-LED lights to improve visibility of the work in a dark workplace
Triple hammer anvil reduces vibration and "cam-out"
5 tightening modes:
Soft mode for small screws
Power mode for wood screws
Bolt mode for bolts
Bolt mode (single) for small bolts
Self drilling mode for self drilling screws
Conforms to IP56 (dust and water resistant)
Compatible with the HIKOKI Multivolt and 18V slide batteries

Specifications:
Voltage: 18V
Motor Type: Brushless
Switch Type: Variable Speed Trigger
Capacity:
Small Screw 4-10mm
Ordinary Screw 5-18mm
High-Tension Bolt 5-14mm
Self Drilling Screw 3.5mm - 6mm
Maximum Tightening Torque: 210Nm
No Load Rotation Speed:
Soft: 0-900rpm
Power: 0-3,400rpm
Bolt: 0-2,900rpm
Bolt Single: 0-2,900rpm
Self Drilling Screw: 0-3,700rpm
Impact Rate:
Soft: 0 - 1,900ipm
Power: 0 - 4,000ipm
Bolt: 0 - 4,000ipm
Bolt single: 0 - 4,000ipm
Self drilling screw: 0 - 2,100ipm
No-Load Pressure Level: 74.8dB
Dimensions (L x H): 114mm x 241mm
Weight: 1.6kg

HiKOKI DV18DC(H4Z) - 

Features:
Increased performance to a maximum torque of 140Nm makes heavy-load work much easier
Due to the highly durable design that is resistant to heat generation, it is difficult to stop even during continuous work
Reduce twisting of the driver drill with RFC (Reactive Force Control)
The side handle can be mounted in 11 different positions to improve workability

Specifications:
Voltage: 18V
Motor type: Brushless
Switch type: Trigger
Drill chuck type: Keyless metal chuck
Chuck capacity: 1.5 - 13mm
Light: LED White
Clutch stages: 22 (Torque 1.5 - 8.0Nm)
Maximum Torque
Hard Joint: 140Nm
Soft Joint: 70Nm
No load speed
Low: 0 - 500rpm
High: 0 - 2000rpm
No load impact rate: 0 - 30,000ipm
Capacity:
Brick & Masonry: 22mm
Steel & Aluminium: 16mm
Wood - hole saw: 102mm
Wood - self feed bit:80mm
Small Machine Screw: M6
Wood Screw: M12 x 100mm
Dimensions (L x H x W): 190mm x 267mm x 89mm
Weight: 2.8kg

HiKOKI C1806DB(H4Z) -

Features:
Electric brake
Rotation speed change over function: Power mode / Silent mode
1.2 times more cutting speed 4,500rpm than the C18DBAL
Integrated dust collect nozzle for high dust collection efficiency
Easy to push handle for long & shallow cuts
3.3kg compact & lightweight body

Specifications:
Voltage: 36V
Motor type: Brushless
Blade diameter: 165mm
Capacity:
Max. of depth cut: 90°: 66mm
Max. of depth cut: 45°: 45mm
Max. of depth cut: -5°: 57mm
No load speed:
Power mode: 4,500rpm
Silent mode: 2,500rpm
Brake Function: Yes
Kick Back Protection System: Yes
Soft Start: Yes
Lock Off Button: Yes
Light: LED White
Angle cutting: -5° to 45°
Dimensions (L x W x H): 285mm x 188mm x 263mm
Weight: 3.3kg

More Information
Part# KC18D8P3
Bonus Type Redemption
Bonus Start Date 1 Nov 2000
Bonus End Date 31 Mar 2024
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Can power tools be purchased from other countries?

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  • In Australia tools must be 240v power compliance.
  • Purchasing tools overseas will void your tool‘s warranty in Australia.

Can I plug my tool into a generator?

  • Yes you can.
  • Ensure that the generators constant out put is at least 30% more than the power tool you are running off it
  • If running more than one tool make sure combined tool wattage is less than the constant out put of the generator by at least 30%

Can power tools be purchased from other countries?

  • Not recomended as the tool certification varies between different countries & in Australia tools require an Australian Compliance Approval number.
  • Purchasing tools overseas will void your tool‘s warranty in Australia.
  • Tools from overseas can not be claimed on tax or depreciated over three years as they are not incurring GST
  • In then event of injury caused by tool your public liabilty insurance policy will be void.

What can I do to maintain my power tool?

  • Keep the tool relatively clean and free from debris.
  • Try to use a blow gun to blast any dust and fragments from the unit occasionaly.
  • Regularly check the carbon brushes if your tool has brushes, there are now tools that run on brushless technology Carbon brushes are a component in all power tools that wear with use, and should be replaced when they wear down to a marked point
  • Both carbon brushes should be replaced at the same time, and should be identical. Once they are replaced, run the tool with no load for 1 minute to ‘break in’ the brushes. Use accessories that are sharp & of a high quality grade to avoid extra load on tool.
  • Select the correct gear for the application to releave overloading tool.
  • Let the tool do the work without extra force.

What’s that burning smell?

  • If you encounter a burning smell when using a power tool of any sort, it means that the motor is being over loaded and is overheating. Specifically, the motor’s internal fan (air radiator) can’t cool the motor’s windings fast enough and their varnish coating begins to melt & burn. If you start to smell this ‘electrical burning smell’, withdraw the machine from the work but keep it running. This will enable the impeller fan to cool the motor’s windings.This smell is generally an indication that the tool isn’t being used correctly, or that it is attempting to perform a task that it isn’t capable of.
  • If this does occur & performance of the tool has changed please ensure you get the tool to our inhouse service department to completely check before more damage is caused.

How can I ensure I don’t overload my power tool?

  • Use the right tool for the job
  • Using one or more pilot drills
  • Taking smaller cuts and multiple passes over the material
  • Using cutting and cooling lubricants
  • Using quality, sharp accessories
  • Slowing down the speed or changing to a lower gear
  • Letting the power tool do the work and not forcing it
  • Regularly clearing wood chips, debris & swarf

My power tool isn’t functioning properly, what do I do?

  • If your tool is still under its warranty, then all you have to do is to take it back to our inhouse service department with your proof of purchase (Tax invoice), and we will assess it and give you a solution.
  • If it is not under warranty, then you can take it to a local service agent or our inhouse service department and they will give you a quote to repair it.

I have lost my power tool’s instruction manual. Where can I get a replacement?

  • Most suppliers will have a library of instruction manuals on their website available for you to download.
  • If you find these are not available online, call the manufacturer as they will have them.

If for some reason your not sure please always check instruction manual of tool or contact your nearest store for advice & assistance.

How do I get the best run time & life out of my cordless tools?

  • Always keep the battery’s contacts/terminals clean and from coming into contact with metal or moisture 
  • Store the batteries in a cool, dry place & dont leave in sun for long periods(eg, on metal roof or rear of ute/truck) 
  • Use accessories that are sharp & of a high quality grade to avoid extra load on cordless tool 
  • Select the correct gear for the application to releave over current draw on batteries
  • Let the tool do the work without extra force 
  • On Cordless Drills when tightening the chuck always use hand not machine to close the jaws 

Can I use a different battery in my cordless tool?

  • Most cordless tool will only be able to operate off a single voltage, there are some tools that will run dual voltage please check your instruction manual before you attempt or call our customer service to check
  • Some Cordless tools can run on batteries with different capacities (amp-hour values). Note: if your tools are made to run on 3ah they might not run on a 1.5ah battery or it might prematurely wear the 1.5ah battery 
  • Some manufacturers/brands do not change their style of battery fitment & are reverse compatible between battery chemistries (eg a Li-ion battery may be able to be fitted to a NiCd tool). If this is the case with your cordless tool, ensure your charger can charge the both battery types of chemistry.

How long will a battery’s charge last?

  • This will vary on many factors such as:the condition of the battery, the battery’s voltage & Amp Hour, speed ratings of the tool, the tool’s gearing, the application, the tools accessory and the efficiency of the cordless tool.
  • A good test is when you buy a new tool to fully charge the battery & time how long it takes to fully drain, so in the future you will be able to compare condition of battery to your test results

Can I leave my batteries on the charger when I’m not using them?

  • This isn’t a good idea & could harm the battery or charger.
  • On some charges it will overcharge the batteries after the nominal charging time has expired.
  • Always charge the batteries in a safe enviroment away from the chances of being bumped or dropped whilst charging

Can cordless tools be purchased from other countries?

  • Not recomended as the tool certification varies between different countries & in Australia tools require an Australian Compliance Approval number.
  • Purchasing tools overseas will void your tool‘s warranty in Australia.
  • Tools from overseas can not be claimed on tax or depreciated over three years as they are not incurring GST
  • In then event of injury caused by tool your public liabilty insurance policy will be void 

Can I plug my charger into a generator?

  • Tool battery chargers should not be plugged into a generator.
  • If you have to make sure the generator is an Invertor Generator or Single Sign Wave Generator
  • There are some chargers available that can handle the surges in voltage and current that generators produce – If this is the case it will be specified by the charger’s manufacturer in the manual.

What can I do to maintain my cordless tool?

  • Keep the tool relatively clean and free from debris.
  • Try to use a blow gun to blast any dust and fragments from the unit occasionaly.
  • Regularly check the carbon brushes if your tool has brushes, there are now tools that run on brushless technology Carbon brushes are a component in all power tools that wear with use, and should be replaced when they wear down to a marked point
  • Both carbon brushes should be replaced at the same time, and should be identical. Once they are replaced, run the tool with no load for 1 minute to ‘break in’ the brushes.
  • Use accessories that are sharp & of a high quality grade to avoid extra load on cordless tool 
  • Select the correct gear for the application to releave over current draw on batteries
  • Let the tool do the work without extra force 

What’s that burning smell?

  • If you encounter a burning smell when using a power tool of any sort, it means that the motor is being over loaded and is overheating. Specifically, the motor’s internal fan (air radiator) can’t cool the motor’s windings fast enough and their varnish coating begins to melt & burn. If you start to smell this ‘electrical burning smell’, withdraw the machine from the work but keep it running. This will enable the impeller fan to cool the motor’s windings.
  • This smell is generally an indication that the tool isn’t being used correctly, or that it is attempting to perform a task that it isn’t capable of.
  • If this does occur & performance of the tool has changed please ensure you get the tool to our inhouse service department to completely check before more damage is caused

How can I ensure I don’t overload my cordless tool?

  • Using one or more pilot drills
  • Taking smaller cuts and multiple passes over the material
  • Using cutting and cooling lubricants
  • Using quality, sharp accessories
  • Slowing down the speed or changing to a lower gear
  • Letting the drill do the work and not forcing it
  • Regularly clearing wood chips, debris & swarf

My cordless tool isn’t functioning properly, what do I do?

  • If your tool is still under its warranty, then all you have to do is to take it back to our inhouse service department  with your proof of purchase (Tax invoice), and we will assess it and give you a solution.
  • If it is not under warranty, then you can take it to a local service agent or our inhouse service department and they will give you a quote to repair it.

I have lost my cordless tool’s instruction manual. Where can I get a replacement?

  • Most suppliers will have a library of instruction manuals on their website available for you to download.
  • If you find these are not available online, call the manufacturer as they will have them

If for some reason your not sure please always check instruction manual of tool or contact your nearest store for advice & assistance.

Which types of tools use compressed air? 

The most common air tools are paint sprayers, air wrenches, air sanders, nail guns and air drills.

What are the advantages of using air tools?

  • Air tools provide a lot more force than power tools driven by electric motors.
  • Air tools have fewer moving parts and no electric motor to wear out making them more durable than power tools or cordless tools.
  • Air tools can be used where tools creating spark can't such as service stations or other areas with highly flammable product enviroments 
  • Their durability and simplicity make them ideal for extended use in large-scale construction projects and in commercial factory work applications.

What extra equipment do I need to use air tools?

  • To operate air tools, you will need a compressed air source, filtration and safety gear.
  • Ensure that air compressor has a filter & air regulator
  • Always wear goggles and any other safety gear specified by the air tool and air compressor safety instructions.

What can I do to maintain my air tool?

  • Run the air tool at the right pressure
  • Always have a clean air source by having the appropriate filtration to remove water from air lines
  • Oil air tools regurlarly with quality air tool oil as per instruction manual of tool
  • Use accessories that are sharp & of a high quality grade to avoid extra load on the air tool 

How much air pressure is needed to operate an air tool?

  • Most air tools will need at least 70psi (pounds per square inch) to operate.
  • Most air tools will have markings or stickers on tool to stipulate max pressure 
  • Always check the instructions that come with your air tools and adjust the air compressor to fit the specifications.

I have lost my air tool’s instruction manual. Where can I get a replacement?

  • Most suppliers will have a library of instruction manuals on their website available for you to download.
  • If you find these are not available online, call the manufacturer as they will have them

If for some reason your not sure please always check instruction manual of tool or contact your nearest store for advice & assistance.