Husqvarna DM430 Core Drill Motor - 110V
The Husqvarna DM 430 is a powerful, 3-speed electric diamond drill motor suitable for drilling larger holes from 100 to 450mm diameter and more demanding, medium to heavy drilling applications.
This strong and reliable 3200W, 3-speed high performance motor has a 1¼” UNC male fitting and is equipped with embedded connectivity, which can provide users with data analytics and insights into the health of the motor.
It is recommended for use with the Husqvarna DS 500 drill stand and other similar, compatible core drill stands and ideal for a multitude of diamond drilling applications.
Recommended for use with the Husqvarna DS500 core drill stand.
DM430 (110V 1ph) - (3.2kW). Core range: 100-450mm. 3-speed motor - 250/510/800rpm (unloaded).
Minimum 3kVA continuous or 5kVA intermittent supply. See our transformer guide for more info.
RRP from £2,916.00 Inc. VAT
|Minimum Transformer||3kVA Continuous or 5kVA intermittent*|
|Core Range||100-350mm (450mm with 50mm spacer)|
|Connection||1 ¼" UNC|
|Spindle Speeds (Unloaded)||250/510/800 rpm|
|Our Price (Exc. VAT)||£1,715.00|
*See our transformer guide for more info.
The DM430 is a high performance core drill motor with optimised RPM’s for high drilling performance and LED indicators which enables the operator to always drill at maximum pressure for maximum efficiency.
The design of the motor is as functional as it intended to be user-friendly. It is built from precise and well-engineered components throughout, making it ideally suited for professional work and contract use. It has an aluminium housing and a protective handle, which is designed to both protect the motor casing and make carrying easier. Access for servicing and maintenance is easy and service intervals long. A carry handle is conveniently positioned to the top of the motor which not only makes the motor easier to handle and transport, it also provides protection to the top section of the motor housing too.
The motor also features a Smart Start® button which when activated, reduces the rotational speed of the output shaft by half, making it easier to start drilling a hole.