An abrasive saw, also known as a cut-off saw or chop saw, is a power tool which is typically used to cut hard materials, such as metals, tile, and concrete. The cutting action is performed by an abrasive disc, similar to a thin grinding wheel. These saws are available in a number of configurations, including table top, free hand, and walk behind models. In the table top models, which are commonly used to cut tile and metal, the cutting wheel and motor are mounted on a pivoting arm attached to a fixed base plate.
Waterproof cover is attached to the back of the motor housing (the inlet of cooling wind). The lower part (on the base side) and the side (about 2/3 on the handle side) of the window between the motor housing and the gear housing are sealed to prevent water from coming in.
4112HS 305mm (12") angle cutters have been developed as a successor to the predecessor model 4110C. Their features and benefits are ; * Super Joint System - SJS for suppression of shock and prevention of damage on gear. * 305m (12") diamond wheel which provides max.cutting depth; 100mm (4") can be used.
The Makita 4131 7-1/4 in. Metal Cutting Saw with dust collector makes cuts through a variety of mild steel. The CERMET tipped blade leaves burr-free cuts that are cool to the touch, and the durable blade cover provides increased chip protection. The 4131 is powered by a 13 AMP motor and can cut through steel roofing, conduit, iron pipe and more. The 4131 has a maximum cutting depth of 2-1/2-in. and a high chip retention efficiency.
Standard Equipments include Water Plug and Tube, Wrench, Socket Wrench (Tool does not come with diamond wheel).
Makita 9015B 5"/125mm Angle Grinder (1050 watts) has perfect control and power for mortar raking and comes complete with grip, lock nut wrench and wheel guard. Available in 110 or 240 volts. This model is double insulated for added safety.