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DEWALT Cut-Off Saw 355mm 2300W with 5 Discs | D28730V

R 4,469.00
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SKU
D28730V-ZA
JHB 6
DBN 0
CPT 0

New in South Africa - January 2021

The 355mm Abrasive Metal Cutting Chop Saw is made for professional use with an adjustable spark guard allowing the user to adjust spark direction for safety and security. The quick release vice lock gives an easy to use saw with many applications.

Features

  • The 220V 355mm Abrasive Metal Cutting Chop Saw is made for professional use
  • An adjustable spark guard allowing the user to adjust spark direction for safety and security.
  • It has an integrated carrying handle to maximise job-site mobility and a horizontal 'D' handle for increased comfort for the user.
  • The 2300W brushed 55mm motor increases performance, is extremely powerful and does a brilliant job at cutting solid sections.
  • To save time having to search through all your tools to find the HEX key this saw has an integrated HEX key holder, reducing time wasting and frustration.
  • The quick release vice lock gives an easy to use saw with many applications.

Cutting Capacity

Cross-cutting capacity at 90˚

  • circular: 125mm
  • square: 115 x 115mm
  • rectangular: 115 x 130mm
  • angular: 120 x 120mm

Cross-cutting capacity at 45

  • circular: 115mm
  • square: 98 x 98mm
  • rectangular: 95 x 105mm
  • angular: 105 x 105mm
More Information
GTIN 5056174504757
Brand DEWALT
Rating Industrial
Input Power 2300W
Blade Diameter 355mm
Blade Bore 25mm
Spindle Thread M10
No Load Speed (1st) 4000 rpm
Depth of Cut at 90º Round 125mm / Rectangular 115x130mm
Weight (kg) 15.5000
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  • 1 x D28730 2300W 240V 355mm Abrasive Metal Cutting Chop Saw
  • 1 x Hex Key Supplied
  • 5 x 355mm Abrasive Cutting Discs

Kickback and Related warnings

Kickback is a sudden reaction to a pinched or snagged rotating wheel. Pinching or snagging causes rapid stalling of the rotating wheel which in turn causes the uncontrolled cutting unit to be forced upwards toward the operator. For example, if an abrasive wheel is snagged or pinched by the workpiece, the edge of the wheel that is entering into the pinch point can dig into the surface of the material causing the wheel to climb out or kick out. Abrasive wheels may also break under these conditions. Kickback is the result of power tool misuse and/or incorrect operating procedures or conditions and can be avoided by taking proper precautions as given below.

a ) Maintain a firm grip on the power tool and position your body and arm to allow you to resist kickback forces. The operator can control upward kickback forces, if proper precautions are taken.

b ) Do not position your body in line with the rotating wheel. If kickback occurs, it will propel the cutting unit upwards toward the operator.

c) Do not attach a saw chain, woodcarving blade, segmented diamond wheel with a peripheral gap greater than 10 mm or toothed saw blade. Such blades create frequent kickback and loss of control.

d ) Do not “jam” the wheel or apply excessive pressure. Do not attempt to make an excessive depth of cut. Overstressing the wheel increases the loading and susceptibility to twisting or binding of the wheel in the cut and the possibility of kickback or wheel breakage.

e) When the wheel is binding or when interrupting a cut for any reason, switch off the power tool and hold the cutting unit motionless until the wheel comes to a complete stop. Never attempt to remove the wheel from the cut while the wheel is in motion otherwise kickback may occur. Investigate and take corrective action to eliminate the cause of wheel binding.

f ) Do not restart the cutting operation in the workpiece. Let the wheel reach full speed and carefully re-enter the cut. The wheel may bind, walk up or kickback if the power tool is restarted in the workpiece.

g ) Support any oversized workpiece to minimize the risk of wheel pinching and kickback. Large workpieces tend to sag under their own weight. Supports must be placed under the workpiece near the line of cut and near the edge of the workpiece on both sides of the wheel.

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