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Bosch MAgazine 01 | 10
It’s time to come out of
hibernation!
Prepare your patio and balcony for spring with Bosch.
NEW! Spring is here. You can use the powerful Bosch tools
to restore your winter-worn garden furniture to its former
glory. Or better still, you could build some new furniture
yourself. Construction plans and tips can be found in this
magazine and at www.bosch-do-it.com. You’ll be amazed.
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Spring
impressions
Spring-fresh ideas for your house,
garden and patio
Hurray, we can enjoy the first rays of sunshine in the open air
again. Now the radiant spring light exposes many of the traces of
months of winter weather.
We recommend arranging an outdoor spring clean with the whole
family. You will surprise each other with your fantastic results.
Our spring tips, ideas and construction manuals are intended to inspire
you and to help you choose the right tool. You will find that this tool is
not only efficient, but also incredibly good fun to work with. Enjoy
working with it!
Exciting tips, construction manuals and project ideas can be
found in this magazine and at www.bosch-do-it.com
Contents
Pages
4 – 5
Life is colourful, so why can’t your house be colourful too?
A new coat of paint for your balcony and other surfaces.
6 – 7
Do you want to eradicate the traces of winter
and straighten everything out?
Cordless helpers for your house and garden.
8 – 9
Do you want build something new and maybe make a bit
of an impression as well?
A new patio with built-in lighting.
10 – 21
And now the fun really begins!
Even more DIY projects that are fun to do.
22 – 25
Here you will find everything you need!
The practical Bosch tools at a glance.
The
spring helpers
in this
edition!
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Sanding
4
Sand
before spraying!
Colours have a positive effect on our well-being. Give your balcony parapet, window
shutters or garden furniture a completely new look this spring. Think of a colour scheme
to create a refreshing, eye-catching effect. But before the fun of applying the new
colours can begin, you will have to remove the old paint.
The belt sander is the expert tool for rough sanding – it removes thick layers of paint
from large surfaces in no time. The random orbit sander with its round sanding pad
has proven to be ideal for workpieces with curved surfaces. It is best to use the multisander to sand railings, fences or furniture.
A coat of paint is only ever as good as
the surface underneath it. This surface
has to be absolutely clean, dry and flat.
Bosch sanders also
work virtually dust-free
thanks to their dust
extraction and the
micro-filter system.
Sanding & Spraying
Spraying
od
rnish & wo
Tip for va
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preservati
cturer’s
the manufa
First read
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safety and
handling
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Repotting in spring!
This is done by selecting a pot that is
maximum 4 cm bigger in diameter
than the old one. Place two potsherds
over the hole in the bottom, so that
­excess water can drain away easily
and there is a good circulation of air.
Once you get started, you won’t want to stop: the Bosch Fine Spray Systems can
be used to quickly and easily improve the appearance of a wide variety of surfaces. Even
hobby painters with little previous experience of spraying will achieve professional
­results. These fine spray systems quickly provide excellent results, and they spray
not only paint, but also varnishes, lacquers and wood preservatives.
Paintbrushes were yesterday! The Bosch Fine Spray Systems enable you to apply
paint quickly, evenly and cleanly – without leaving drips or brush hairs on the surface.
The right spray system for every job: the lightweight, handy PFS 55 easily takes care
of smaller projects such as garden furniture. The PFS 65 does a great job of spraying
larger surfaces and spraying in awkward positions thanks to its 1.8 m long hose. Its
shoulder strap means you can climb any ladder with it over your shoulder. No spraying
job is too hard for the large, powerful PFS 105 E: it has a powerful turbine, a 3.4 m
long hose and a large paint tank with smooth-running wheels, so the tool follows you
to wherever large surfaces need a new coat of paint.
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Cordless
helpers!
It is quite conceivable that the idea for a cordless tool originated in a garden. To work
outdoors without a long cable could have been the vision behind it. Nowadays, thanks
to Bosch, you simply look for the best place in the sun and that’s exactly where you build
your summerhouse complete with a pond – there are virtually no limits to your ideas
when you work with these high-endurance lithium-ion cordless tools!
Small tools, big progress –
Batteries with lithium-ion technology
• No self-discharge, no memory effect – Full power at all times!
• The same power at half the size and half the weight – Requires less effort to work with!
• Intelligent overload protection – Extra-long lifetime!
Cordless Working
Screwdriving and Drilling
An ingenious, all-round tool like the Uneo
is sure to delight every do-it-yourselfer.
This lightweight tool even hammers into
the hardest concrete, drives 100 screws
with one battery charge, and drills in the
smallest of corners. Everybody will need
it for work in their house and garden at
some point – so take good care of it!
Small, lightweight, powerful when driving
screws and drilling holes. A PSR cordless
screwdriver is recommended for longer
overhead applications and larger diameters. Whether it be reconstruction work,
repairs on a wooden patio or summerhouse, or renovation work and repairs on
fences in the garden – its range of applications is (virtually) unlimited.
Cutting
Extremely good at making cuts in the garden: the Xeo glides effortlessly through lawn
edging, pond liner, bast mats and even through branches of up to 6 mm in diameter. And
the Xeo is also handy for work all around the house: when laying carpets, decorating or,
for example, cutting up cardboard boxes. It also sharpens itself, therefore removing the
need for blade changes. All in all, it is an indispensable tool for your house and garden.
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Plan, drive screws
and build!
DIY could actually pass as a wellness programme – working with your hands has the
effect of counteracting excessive stress. It calms you down and stimulates your creativity. Give it a try! For example, by designing and building a new patio deck yourself with
spotlights in the platform to create atmospheric lighting. Discover the do-it-yourselfer
inside you and get started – with the right instruction manual and good tools, you will
quickly achieve outstanding results – You’ll be amazed!
Bosch power tools are available in this store, and you will find many good ideas and
­instruction manuals at www.bosch-do-it.com.
The platform was
a good idea! It brings
a completely new
dimension to the patio,
especially in the
evening.
Screwdriving & Building
Cutting To Length and Cutting
The hand-held circular saws from ­Bosch
are the masters of precise rip cuts. They
cut wood and plastics with an exceptionally high level of safety and convenience,
and they can even cut through the hardest
decking wood. Precise mitre cuts are also
no problem for the Bosch circular saws.
The drilling and screwdriving work here is
also taken care of by the reliable PSR and
Uneo cordless tools.
For even the hardest decking wood: the PMF with the plunge-cutting saw blade once
again proves its many talents when sawing the cutouts for the lighting.
The PMF is the “Swiss Army Knife” among power tools. By simply changing the accessory you can use it to saw, cut and sand. Its adjustable work angles enable it to reach
positions that other tools could never reach.
Sawing
New Compact Generation
Easy
Universal
Expert
Precise straight cuts, circles, hairpin
curves, parallel curves – the new jigsaw
generation from Bosch enables you to
saw more easily and precisely than ever
before. Vibration is a thing of the past,
and “CutControl” makes sure that you no
longer stray from the line. The ideal addition for precise rip and mitre cuts with
your Bosch jigsaw is the new Saw Station
PLS 300.
The new Compact Generation offers
the right jigsaw for everyone. Precise
technology and an ingenious ergonomic
design are available for entry-level users,
proficient users and experts.
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Side table | Beginners
Project No. 1
Side table
We have designed a side table to go with our garden lounger – Project No. 2 – so you
can have your drinks and reading material within reach while you relax. After all, there’s
no point in getting up from the lounger unnecessarily. The table is made of small sections of glued laminated timber. If you cannot have these cut to size at your local DIY
store, use your own (jig) saw. If you do so, we recommend that you use clamps to fix
appropriate rails to the workpiece to act as a parallel guide. In our table design, two
U-shaped leg frames are held together by an outer frame; panels fastened together by
screws on the inside provide stability.
The complete construction manual, material list and other helpful tips can be
found at www.bosch-do-it.com.
More information at
www.bosch-do-it.com
1.
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Tip 1 for drillin
re you want
In the piece whe
predrill
ws first, always
to insert the scre
an
to 1 mm larger th
a hole that is 0.5
er.
the screw diamet
1.Fasten together the legs and cross connectors
for
be countersunk
The hole should
you
In the piece that
the screw head.
ll a
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hole that is alway
ameter.
than the screw di
to form base frames
2.
2.Join the base frames with the frame surrounds
3.
4.
3.Mount the table slats with screws
4.Fit the reinforcement panels
Project No. 1
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1
Beginners
1
100
241
under 1 day
18
241
PSB 500 RE
Impact Drill
PSR 14,4 LI-2
Screwdriver
1
PSM 80 A
Sander
260
160
The following machines
are especially well suited
1
to this project 1
242 mm
Width
45 mm
45 mm
Depth
1
Length
486
t
s
i
l
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Shop
45 mm
45 mm
360 mm
4 legs
18 mm
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80 mm
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450
8 mm
2 cross
mm 1
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8 mm
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450
lats
486 mm
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18 mm
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486
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Project No. 1
5.
Tip 1 for sanding:
Make sure that the sanding paper
is sharp enough to remove the wood
fibres properly, not just flatten them.
5.Sand the wood surfaces
Tip for painting:
6.
6.Varnish the surfaces: First read the manufacturer’s
Spray guns instead
of paintbrushes!
safety and handling instructions thoroughly. Make
sure the room you are working in is well ventilated
and not used for smoking, eating or drinking.
7.
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Garden lounger | Advanced users
Project No. 2
Garden lounger
Teak loungers: nice to look at, but you might want to take a seat when you check the
price. We offer you an economical alternative: a stylish lounger made from spruce timber that we have varnished in a teak colour.
The lounger is assembled in two stages. In the first stage, you assemble the base frame
with legs and casters. In the second, you assemble the lounger section as a slatted
frame.
The complete construction manual, the material list and other helpful tips can
be found at www.bosch-do-it.com.
More information at
www.bosch-do-it.com
1.
g:
Tip 2 for drillin
1.Base frame: Cut out the handle opening
on,
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to
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them using a cord
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(4 x 60 mm).
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to
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square timbers
m).
screws (4 x 60 m
2.
3.
2.Base frame: Mount the legs
3.Base frame: Mount the casters
and square timbers
4.
4.Fasten the slatted frame parts and connect them with the piano hinge
300
Project No. 2
40
Length
1.5–2 days
260
200
84
76
60
100
18
6
80
3 mm
10
1850
1250
1
The following machines
are especially well suited
to this project
PSM 80 A
Sander
PEX 270 AE
Random Orbit Sander
45
176
PST 800 PEL
Jigsaw
PSR 14,4 LI-2
Screwdriver
12.5
116
18
39 45
120
PSB 850-2 RE
Impact Drill
1900
1936
10
1900
1936
80
80
5
80
80
620
140
80
100
12.5
60
5
0
18 mm
6 mm
3
9
1
m
1936 m
18 mm
4 mm
1
6
614 mm
45 mm
5 mm
4
176 mm
9565mm
0
6 mm
7
m
mm
1401m
8
5
4
45 mm
m
6415
4 mm
1850 m
45 mm
6 mm
524
18 mm
0 mm 602
8
6028 mm
18 mm
0
80 mm
m
442 18 mm
1250 m
0 mm
8
620 mm
0.7 mm
m
604 m
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anels, l
2 side p
hort
anels, s
2 side p
long
2 legs,
short
2 legs,
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2 squar
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21 slats
long
boards,
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2 con
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2 conne
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1 piano
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2 fixed
ports
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5040 m
2 seat b
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1 neopre
0 mm
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4 bed jo
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x 15 mm
18 flat
approx.
screws 4
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d
32 roun
x 30 mm
approx.
crews 4
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0 mm
8 round
approx.
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7 mm
84 flat
approx.
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24 flat
approx.
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260
Advanced users
Depth
80
st
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l
g
n
i
p
Shop
Width
140
40
Project No. 2
5.
6.
5.Fasten the seat back supports and
6.Sand the wood surfaces
simultaneously fit the attachment strip
Tip for varnishing:
nd coat, you
Before applying a seco
a second time
must sand the surface
th a grit of 240.
with sanding paper wi
7.
t always sand in
Once again, you mus
od grain.
the direction of the wo
ication.
Then repeat the appl
7.Varnish the surfaces: First read the manufacturer’s
safety and handling instructions thoroughly. Make
sure the room you are working in is well ventilated
and not used for smoking, eating or drinking.
8.
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Sandpit | Experts
Project No. 3
Sandpit
We’ve added a new dimension to a children’s classic: Our sandpit comes with a sun
canopy that you can lower and tilt as required, thus providing optimum protection from
UV rays. You can also lower the sun shade completely to keep the sandpit clean.
The sandpit consists of two parts: the pit itself and the awning on two canopy supports. The sandpit itself consists of a frame whose parts are fastened together with
square bolt connectors, while two connected gable ends form the canopy frame.
More information at
www.bosch-do-it.com
1.
g:
Tip 3 for drillin
m holes
predrill the 5-m
You can now also
ps,
zontal screw stri
through the hori
ill be
e bench boards w
through which th
.
w
lo
be
rews from
fastened with sc
1.Join the surrounds with the screw strips
2.
2.Join the bench boards with the frame
3.
3.Fit the root barrier plastic or sheeting
4.
4.Join the gable ends and cross connectors for the canopy
onsz
Konstrukti
Project No. 3
27
1500
27
1446 mm
1500 mm
1300 mm
170 mm
1600 mm
m
approx. 1700 m
1500
Depth
Width
18 mm
38 mm
200 mm
58 mm
27 mm
27 mm
120 mm
240 mm
27 mm
45 mm
240 mm
45 mm
45 mm
200 mm
110 mm
1600 mm
45 mm
27 mm
27 mm
0.4 mm
m
approx. 1500 m
355
213 mm
1350 mm
38
1.5–2 days
1450
1446
1500
1 sheet
ic
1 canopy fabr
1464 mm
1450 mm
38
693
38
425
27
2 gable ends
ectors
3 cross conn
pports
2 canopy su
nds
2 short surrou
nds
2 long surrou
rew strips
4 upright sc
screw strips
4 horizontal
ds
4 bench boar
g straps
4 connectin
1500 mm
693
90
1450
1471
Length
83
Shopping list
8
58
200
18
eichnung
Experts
18
1464
8
120
27
18
110
4 x 60 mm
at head screws
approx. 68 fl
4 x 45 mm
at head screws
approx. 32 fl
x 50 mm
head screws 4
approx. 8 flat
27
270
200
267
27 240
The following machines
are especially well
suited to this project
PST 900 PEL
Jigsaw
1450
POF 1200 AE
Router
1471
PTK 3,6 V
Tacker
PSR 14,4 LI-2
Screwdriver
PSM 80 A
Sander
PSB 1000-2 RCE
Impact Drill
Project No. 3
5.
5.Prepare the canopy supports and join them to the sandpit
6.
7.
6. Cover the canopy frame with canopy fabric
7. Sand the wood surface
8.
Tool Overview
Tool Overview
Orbital Sander
Fast and fine sanding on flat surfaces. Smooth sanding or paint removal – Bosch
orbital sanders produce the best sanding results on wood and metal. They do so
without tiring you out and without the sanding sheet quickly becoming clogged
up with paint.
Specifications
PSS 250 AE
Power input
250 W
Sanding plate
92 x 182 mm
Sanding sheet (micro Velcro-type fastening system)
92 x 185 mm
Sanding sheet (clamping system)
93 x 230 mm
Sanding surface
167 cm2
Oscillations
14,000 – 24,000 opm
Oscillating circuit diameter
2.0 mm
Machine weight
Multi-Sanders
A power tool full of innovative technology. Particularly versatile due to the shape of
the sanding plate, particularly low levels of dust thanks to Bosch micro-filter system.
It enables quick, clean and comfortable sanding with one hand. Is there no plug ­socket
nearby? Then just sand without a cord – with the Bosch PRIO Cordless Sander.
Specifications
Power input
Battery voltage
Oscillations
1.6 kg
PRIO
PSM 80 A
PSM 160 A
–
80 W
160 W
7.2 V
–
–
16,000 opm
22,500 opm
24,000 opm
Oscillating circuit diameter
1.2 mm
1.4 mm
1.6 mm
Sanding surface
104 cm2
104 cm2
104 cm2
Machine weight
0.7 kg
0.9 kg
1.4 kg
Cordless Sander
Belt Sander
Quick results metre after metre. If you want to sand large surfaces flat, such as door
leaves and boards, or you want to remove material powerfully, then this powerful
tool is exactly what you need.
Specifications
Power input
Belt speed
PBS 7 A
600 W
250 m/min
Sanding surface
76 x 130 mm
Belt dimensions
75 x 457 mm
Machine weight
2.4 kg
Tool Overview
Random Orbit Sander
Regardless of whether you want to sand or polish, whether on wood, plastic, metal,
roughcast or paint, whether on flat or curved surfaces, the Bosch PEX principle in
the random orbit sanders from Bosch ensures the finest finish and high sanding
­performance.
Delta Sander
Benefit from the top performance of this tool right into any angle. Whenever you
need to work with great attention to detail, you need look no further than the Bosch
delta sanders with their low weight, high efficiency and, above all, perfect sanding
action even in extremely tight spaces.
Xeo
The Xeo sharpens itself and allows for faster, easier and more precise cutting:
­cardboard, blinds, carpets, simply everything. Always within reach, always ready
for use. With no memory effect and no self-discharge.
Tacker
Say goodbye to hammers, screws, glue and pins: the powerful tackers from Bosch,
whether handy cordless tool or corded tool, help you to quickly and easily fix panels
and hard fibre boards, and to fit insulation and decoration materials such as foils,
skirting or even fabrics.
Specifications
PEX 270 AE
Power input
270 W
Oscillations
15,000 – 24,000 opm
Eccentricity
2.00 mm
Machine weight
Specifications
1.5 kg
PDA 180*
Power input
180 W
Oscillations
18,400 opm
Oscillating circuit diameter
Sanding plate dimension across corners
Machine weight
1.5 mm
92 mm
1.1 kg
*not available in UK
Specifications
Max. cutting strength
Cutting performance per battery charge
No-load speed
Battery voltage
Charge time
Machine weight with battery
Xeo
6 mm
up to 150 m
240 rpm
3.6 V
5 hours
0.4 kg
Lock-off switch

AutoSharp

Specifications
Battery voltage
Impact rate
Application range with 11.4-mm staples
Nails
Machine weight
PTK 3,6 V
3.6 V
30 bpm
6 – 14 mm
14 mm
1.2 kg
Bosch Electronic
–
Mechanical impact force preselection

Staple supply display

Tool Overview
Tool Overview
PMF Multifunction Tool
The Multifunction Tool PMF 180 E is impressive not only because of its handy
shape. Whether sawing, cutting or routing, whether short or long cuts, whether in
the middle or at the very edge – the PMF 180 E completes everything with power
and precision. And it is even possible to sand surfaces thanks to the sanding
­attachment.
Uneo
The new Uneo from Bosch is the ideal tool for all drilling and screwdriving applications because it is 3 tools in one: cordless screwdriver, cordless drill and cordless
­rotary hammer. Its modern lithium-ion battery makes it lightweight and virtually
­always ready for use.
PSR
These tools offer the best handling in their class due to their particularly compact
design, which is thanks to the innovative lithium-ion technology.
Specifications
PMF 180 E
Power input
180 W
Power output
74 W
Oscillation angle on right/left
No-load speed
1.4°
15,000 – 21,000 rpm
Machine weight
1.2 kg
Specifications
Uneo
Drilling diameter in concrete
10 mm
Drilling diameter in steel
8 mm
Drilling diameter in wood
10 mm
Single impact energy
0.9 J
No-load speed
0 – 900 rpm
Impact rate
0 – 4,800 bpm
Battery voltage
14.4 V
Machine weight with battery
1.1 kg
Specifications
Screw diameter up to
PSR 14,4 LI-2
PSR 10,8 LI
8 mm
6 mm
Drilling diameter in steel
10 mm
8 mm
Drilling diameter in wood
30 mm
20 mm
0 – 370 rpm/
0 – 1,150 rpm
0 – 410 rpm
No-load speed
(1st gear / 2nd gear)
Torque settings plus 1 drill setting
Max. torque in soft/hard screwdriving applications
Battery voltage
Machine weight with battery
25 + 1
10 + 1
20/38 Nm
10/25 Nm
14.4 V
10.8 V
1.35 kg
0.95 kg
Tool Overview
Specifications
PKS
PKS 55 A
Power input
1200 W
No-load speed
Put your faith in an exceptionally high level of safety and convenience with the
­circular saws from Bosch. The result: precise rip and mitre cuts in a wide variety
of materials.
5,600 rpm
Cutting depth at
0° mitre angle
55 mm
Cutting depth at
45° mitre angle
38 mm
Circular saw blade rated diameter
160 mm
Circular saw blade bore diameter
20 mm
Machine weight
New Compact Generation
PSB
Easy
Universal
Expert
3.9 kg
Specifications
PSB 500 RE*
PSB 650 RE*
500 W
650 W
850 W
48,000 bpm
48,000 bpm
47,600 bpm
50 – 3,000 rpm
50 – 3,000 rpm
50 – 850 rpm
–
–
50 – 2,800 rpm
Power input
Max. impact rate
The impact drills in the new Compact Generation from Bosch will impress you with
their high power and state-of-the-art technology. Their ergonomic, compact d
­ esign
makes them comfortable and safe to handle when impact drilling, drilling and screwdriving. With the new Compact Generation, Bosch offers the right tool for every user.
The micro-filter system enables dust-free working for Easy, Universal and Expert
­users.
No-load speed in 1st gear
in 2nd gear
PSB 850-2 RE*
9 Nm 1st / 2nd gear: 46 / 12 Nm
Max. torque
7.5 Nm
Max. drilling diameter in concrete
10 mm
14 mm
18 mm
8 mm
12 mm
13 mm
25 mm
30 mm
40 mm
1.6 kg
1.7 kg
Max. drilling diameter in steel
Max. drilling diameter in wood
Machine weight
2.8 kg
*coming soon
New Compact Generation
PST
Easy
Universal
Expert
Specifications
PST 700 E*
PST 800 PEL*
PST 900 PEL*
500 W
530 W
620 W
500 –
3,100 spm
500 –
3,000 spm
500 –
3,100 spm
Cutting depth in wood
70 mm
80 mm
90 mm
Cutting depth in aluminium
10 mm
12 mm
15 mm
Cutting depth in metal
4 mm
5 mm
8 mm
Machine weight
1.7 kg
2.0 kg
2.2 kg
Power input
No-load stroke rate
The sophisticated technology of the Bosch jigsaws works for you in every respect.
The integrated mass balance ensures extremely smooth running without vibration.
The 4-stage pendulum action provides faster sawing progress and it reduces the
­frictional heat on the saw blade, therefore increasing the lifetime of the blade.
CutControl helps to make sawing even easier and more precise.
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The Bosch team
of experts.
DIY stands for Do It Yourself – but you are not by yourself when it
comes to our team of specialists, on hand to provide expert advice
from qualified engineers through to master carpenters, our friendly
experts will help you as quickly and professionally as possible.
Whether you already own a Bosch power tool or if you want to buy
one – we will be happy to advise you about purchase, application
and material processing.
Hotline: 0844 7360107
Our team of experts is at your service:
Mon–Fri
08:00 – 17:00
If you call at any other time, an answering machine will take
your call. You can also write us an e-mail:
Boschcustomercontactcentre@sitel.co.uk
Robert Bosch Ltd
Power Tools
P.O. Box 98, Uxbridge,
Middlesex, UB9 5HN.
www.bosch-do-it.co.uk
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