Choose your method of operation...
- Battery operated
- 110V Cord-Powered
- Battery plus Cord Power
The new Hybrid Bronco can operate for 4 to 6 hours on a fully charged battery. Or you can run the Hybrid Bronco as a cord-powered machine on readily available 110V current. And, for virtually continuous operation, the Hybrid Bronco will strip non-stop when combining cord power with a fully charged battery.
On-Board Charging System
With the new Hybrid Bronco, you don’t have to stop and remove heavy batteries, put them in a charger, then run the risk of incorrectly reconnecting them after recharging.
With competitive battery-operated strippers, you also run the risk of injuring your back when replacing the heavy batteries and if they’re accidentally dropped, there is a possibility of spilling hazardous battery acid. Plus, you have to keep track of your expensive spare batteries and charger on the jobsite to keep them from being stolen.
On the other hand, charging the Hybrid Bronco is a fast, simple and safe procedure with the unique on-board charging system. Just plug the supplied extension cord into any 110 volt 15-20 amp outlet and plug the other end into the male panel plug on the Hybrid Bronco. With the on-board charger, you can charge the battery anytime: during operation or after the battery has run down. Or you can easily charge the battery overnight. A completely depleted battery requires 6-12 hours to fully recharge.
The on-board charger is a “smart” charger. It brings all batteries up to full charge and conditions them automatically and there is no need to turn off the charger after charging.
The battery system will provide years of reliable service. The batteries are zero maintenance and do not have a memory so a partial charge will not reduce battery life.
Maximizing Operating Time
If you are running strictly on battery power and energy depletion begins to make it difficult to remove substrate, you can plug the machine in for a half-hour (without operation) and the machine will then operate efficiently as a corded machine for an additional 4-5 hours. A wise procedure is to plug the machine in while on break, changing blades or any other convenient downtime situations.
For continuous operation on a multi-shift removal job, start with a fully charged battery and also plug into a 110V outlet during operation.
On-site training at your jobsite or facility is required.
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