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ENR's weekly rundown of the latest construction products includes an upgraded power cutter that can be used effectively in both asphalt and pipe and a laser distance measure that doubles as an angle measure.

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The Husqvarna K1260 Power Cutter features a 7.8-hp engine with an active air filtration system which delivers operational times of up to one year dry cutting without needing service. The tool can be used to cut pipe for installation work, concrete and masonry in alteration, renovation and new construction, as well as asphalt in roadwork and pre-cutting for pipe trenches. Husqvarna; 913-928-1000; www.husqvarna.com
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