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Introducing BiTURBO Brushless from Bosch

Posted by Sam | Toolstop on 27th Dec 2020

Bosch's next gen power tool range, unlocking the power of corded power tools, without the cords. BiTURBO combines Bosch's most powerful motor with their impressive ProCORE battery platform!

Introducing BiTURBO Brushless from Bosch

By introducing a brand-new brushless motor to unlock the potential of their ProCORE 18V batteries, Bosch deliver revolutionary cordless power that you can feel. The all-new BiTURBO tool range features high-performance tools, capable of matching 1,800 watt corded tool power, without the cords. Pretty impressive!

What tools are in the BiTURBO range?

The BiTURBO line-up consists of circular saws, mitre saws, grinders and hammers. They are designed to be compact, lightweight, ergonomic and easy to handle. By combining the BiTURBO motor technology in these tools with the ProCORE battery platform, Bosch have you set up to work for much longer, with more power, on a huge range of applications.

A motor to match Bosch's ProCORE Batteries

Utilising sintered surface Neodymium magnets (the strongest commercially available), the brushless BiTURBO motor is capable of transmitting maximum power and ensures the highest torque possible in a compact package. As a result, the tools can generate that comparable-to-corded 1,800W power output. Pair a BiTURBO tool with an 8.0Ah ProCORE battery or the 12.0Ah battery to unlock its full potential.

Keeping tools cool

The innovation doesn't stop there. BiTURBO tools are protected against overheating thanks to the motor’s radial fan that allows maximum airflow, so you can work at full output for longer. The airflow design allows the fan to move 1000L of air over the motor and electronics per minute, protecting the tool against heat damage and extending battery life.

Other features of the BiTURBO tools

By visiting each product at Toolstop, you can read more about the individual benefits of each of the BiTURBO tools. Look out for great features like one-handed depth setting (GKS 18V-68 GC), laser line cut indicator (GCM 18V-216), included dust bag (GKT 18V-52 GC, GCM 18V-216), included L-BOXX, battery status indicator (GCM 18V-305), speed selection including eco mode (GCM 18V-305), tool-less blade change (GCM 18V-305), useful auxiliary handles (GBH 18V-45), and many more benefits.

About ProCORE 18V batteries

The BiTURBO name comes from the combination of these incredible new motors with the high performance of Bosch’s ProCORE 18V batteries. Thanks to the latest 21700 cells and intelligent battery management technology, Bosch say that these beauties will deliver 87% more power over conventional batteries. Improved COOLPACK 2.0 technology means the battery won’t overheat and can last up to 135% longer too – so by investing in the platform, you’re really getting your money’s worth.

With that said, as long as it’s 18V, you’re all set. Since 2008, all Bosch tools in the same voltage class have crossover battery compatibility. However, if you’re looking to get the maximum output from BiTURBO tools, the ProCORE18V 8.0 and 12.0 Ah batteries is what you’ll need.

“With just one ProCORE18V battery, our BITURBO tools perform as well as some competitors who use two batteries”

Charging your ProCORE Batteries

For shortest charging time, Bosch recommend using the all-new Connected 16-amp charger for ProCORE batteries. Remember though, there’s 100% backward compatibility of these batteries with all existing 18V professional chargers, so if you’ve already got a charger, you’re sorted.

Will Bosch BiTURBO work with smaller capacity batteries?

The short answer’s yes. But bear in mind you’ll lose that impressive power output that BiTURBO tools are designed to provide. You can use any of the batteries in the Bosch 18V Pro range, as long as they were made after 2008.

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