/ Does anyone work for Hilti, Bosch or similar company?

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tom290483 - on 23 Jan 2013
Its a long shot but thought I'd ask......

Little Brew - on 23 Jan 2013
In reply to tom290483: i have a friend who works for Bosch, but in the Boiler division.
krikoman - on 23 Jan 2013
In reply to tom290483: Why for you asky this questions?
Simon_Sheff - on 23 Jan 2013
In reply to krikoman:
> (In reply to tom290483) Why for you asky this questions?


He's looking for a drilling?
tom290483 - on 24 Jan 2013
In reply to krikoman:

questions about drills....
philipivan - on 24 Jan 2013
In reply to tom290483:

Post up your question, I'm sure Jim Titt or his brother will know the answer!
Glyno - on 24 Jan 2013
In reply to Simon_Sheff:
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this could get boring
Steve John B - on 24 Jan 2013
In reply to Glyno:
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Just a bit
tom290483 - on 24 Jan 2013
In reply to philipivan:

I'm after a contact who works directly for one of said companies and understands a bit about climbing. Its not a technical question i.e. what size battery do I need to drill X bolt holes.
ollieollie - on 24 Jan 2013
In reply to tom290483: cloak and dagger, you know because you need to know
tom290483 - on 24 Jan 2013
In reply to ollieollie:

Ha! Nothing particularly earth shattering. Just some ideas that in the long run could benefit the general climbing population. At least those who sport climb anyway......
andyb211 - on 24 Jan 2013
In reply to tom290483: I've got a TE2 With 3 batteries drill is 2.5 kg so light enough to drill on lead with and batteries are the 1.6 one so can be transported on planes as long as they are packed securely and the terminals are taped with sparky tape, makita is also a good drill, was the one Jim recommended me to get but I got a great deal on the Hilti at the time 3 for 2 batteries and a free drill bit. How many holes depends on the rock, varies from area to area, depth of hole (obviously) and also how well broken in your batteries are and the effieciency of the local electric supply for re charge! Drop me a mail or give me a call on 07930180828 happy to help if I can.

Andy
abseil on 24 Jan 2013
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There are more jokes in the pipeline
handjammer - on 24 Jan 2013
In reply to abseil: I wouldn't say that chuck!
jimtitt - on 24 Jan 2013
In reply to tom290483:
Well I know the regional (southern Germany) tech manager for Hilti and he´s a climber, doesn´t know much about bolting routes though!
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krikoman - on 24 Jan 2013
In reply to tom290483: I know someone who works in the warehouse for hilti, if that's any good.

He drives a forklift too.

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