Compact and lightweight, XtremepowerUS Industrial Circular Saw quickly cuts through all 2X material. This 14 inch circular saw has a powerful motor and 4300 RPM. Ergonomic control grip allows easy operation. Built-in dust port help keeps cutting area clear of debris
- The circular saw is lightweight and powerful machine with superior power-to-weight ratio with exceptionally low vibrations mean less strain and maximized productivity
- The double protection switch prevents the machine from accidentally opening, promises a safer cutting job
- 15 Amp motor that delivers the power to cut through granite, porcelain, concrete and other stone materials with ease
- Used wet or dry, the dual integrated dust management system takes the dust out of the job
- Extraction dust port can vent the cutting debris timely, help you clear the cutting surface, for you to keep the cutting line free of dust all the time, and also give you a clear view of the cutting line. With the metal guard design to prevent the hurt from spark when operating
- Water line feeds water to the blade decreasing dust and increasing blade performance and life
- Color: Black/Red
- Material: ABS Plastic
- Power: 2600W
- Voltage: 120/60 Hz
- No Load Speed: 4,300 r/min
- Blade Diameter: 14"
- Adjustable Angle: Yes
- Dust Port: Yes
- Blade Included: No
- Max Cutting Depth: 5"
- Guide Roller: Yes
- Overall Dimension: 28"(L) x 10"(W) x 13-1/4"(H)
- Certifications: ELT Listed
- Power Circular Saw
*Note Cutting Blade Not Included*
Work beautiful but weight too heavy
Plan on making two or three passes to cut through a 4" floor. Take your time, this saw will do the job. The water supply hose is cheap. I substituted it with a more durable hose.
This is a good saw and if you treat it nicely, it seems like it will last a while. I like the soft turn-on feature that keeps it from tripping the breaker. The wheels only work when the bottom blade guide is removed. The arbor is 20mm and has a 1" spacer on it. Plan to replace the thin plastic water tubing that comes with it; it kinks. And use a small pump with a bucket of water. I would recommend this saw.
I had no hand on experience with cutting concrete. So I have no reference to other cutters. The first cuts were difficult, but it became less difficult as I learned on the way.The water connection is very flimsy, I had to repair it several times. Even with low water presure. I used a $45 diamond blade.