Milwaukee Tools M18 Six Pack Sequential Charger


Milwaukee Tool Corporation continues to deliver productivity-enhancing solutions to the professional tradesman with the introduction of the M18™ Six Pack Sequential Charger.  The new Energy Star rated charger will sequentially charge up to six battery packs of any Milwaukee M18™ LITHIUM-ION battery, allowing the user to walk away confident they will have enough power to complete their job.

“With the expansion of the M18™ system and the wide adoption of the platform, users often have many tools that require multiple M18™ LITHIUM-ION batteries,” says Justin Hermsen, Assistant Product Manager for Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation.  “With the new six pack charger, users can reduce the amount of time spent changing out batteries, increasing productivity on the jobsite.”

Available in January 2013, the new Six Pack Sequential Charger will feature a compact design, integrated hang holes for vertical mounting, and a pass through plug to conserve outlet space. The new unit will charge M18™ compact batteries in 30 minutes and extended capacity (XC) batteries in 60 minutes.

With the introduction of the new six pack charger and an unrelenting commitment to grow the M18™ cordless platform, Milwaukee® continues to expand its leadership position in LITHIUM-ION cordless.

You Might Also Like


  • Reply
    cleaning tips by Suze
    December 8, 2008 at 5:59 pm

    We have many healthy green cleaning tips to keep your child healthy!

  • Reply
    scott dyer
    March 4, 2009 at 3:25 pm

    You may want to consider the following product: Guard Dog Lawn Protectant available through as a solution. It is the only product I am aware of that cures and prevents dog urine spots. Great picture looked like my yard.

  • Reply
    Harry Henrickson
    June 9, 2009 at 8:22 pm

    Here is a “Cut and Paste” from our blog on our website that may assist pet owners from having this problem.

    Here are some hints to help minimize dog damage to your lawn:
    Allow your dog access to plenty of water throughout the day – and then –
    Allow your dog frequent opportunities to relieve themselves. The longer your dog “holds it” the more concentrated the urine will be and the greater the chance the spot chosen will suffer damage.
    Consider creating a specific “pee-patch” area for your dog. Almost every yard has a seldom used area (too shady, narrow area between house and fence etc, odd shape for other use, etc).

    Prepare the site:
    Depending on your landscape design style, cordon off the area with inexpensive planters, storage benches or pre-made low fencing. A storage bench is great because you can keep your doggy “clean up” tools in there, out of sight.
    Consider purchasing a “pee post” from your pet supply store. This is a post which has been infused with a chemical that says to dogs “this is the place to pee!”.
    Be sure there is nothing “scary” or harmful about the site like high noise from equipment, sharp rocks, glass or nails. This area should provide a safe, pleasant experience for your dog.
    Train your dog:
    Allow Fido to explore the area and be comfortable with the change to “his” yard before you start training.
    Wait until Fido truly “needs” to go out. You don’t want to wait too long…but you do want to be sure Fido is totally focused on doing “biz” and nothing else.
    Snap on a leash and hustle Fido out to the new pee-patch. Depending on your dog, you will have to be firm and use patience – no matter how much Fido may want to go over to another area, don’t allow it! Fido should need to go just enough that you shouldn’t have to wait long for “biz” to be completed.
    Now – the BEST part – praise the heck out of Fido! Let your dog know with the happiest voice possible that he has done a good thing! Depending on what “turns your dog on”, offer a small treat or toy that only happens as a reward at the pee-patch.
    Train yourself!
    Be consistent in your training – everyone in the household needs to follow the program.
    Different dogs learn at different rates so patience may be necessary. Generally speaking, within 1-2 weeks, your leashed dog should be heading to the pee-patch automatically. When this happens, stop using the leash while still accompanying Fido to the pee-patch. Continue to praise, but gradually withdraw the reward, offering it only randomly just to remind your dog that “pee-patch equals good things”.
    Yes, your dog may occasionally lapse if you waited too long to let him out, there is a high distraction (20 people came over for a picnic!), there have been other changes to the area (you remodeled and added a deck) or if the dog has experienced a major health issue. If so, don’t shout or use physically punishment! A single, sharp “No!” should be enough to let Fido know he’s goofed. Needless to say, there is simply no praise, treat or toy. Quietly take Fido back in the house and then go back to the leash until Fido is back on track.

    All dogs occasionally need retraining regardless of the desired behavior (sit, fetch, come). If Fido does lapse: immediately repair the area with K9 Yard Patch.

    Remember to keep a bag handy for neighbor dogs that damage your front lawn or parking strip!
    Keep a bag of K9 Yard Patch handy for the occasional repair – the faster you repair the damage the less impact to your whole lawn!

  • Reply
    Baby Nursery Furniture
    May 4, 2011 at 5:13 am

    Thanks for sharing the wonderful tips regarding the nursery.. Its a great help to me as I was looking for such tips and help.. I am glad I visited here and come to know about it..

  • Reply
    Staci Severns
    July 18, 2012 at 2:11 pm

    Another way to go about any major renovation project is by dividing it into smaller and more manageable mini-projects. The process may be longer, but it will be finished eventually. Think of it this way: each mini-project is one step closer to your dream kitchen. 🙂

Leave a Reply