DeWalt 1150W 184mm Circular Saw D26320-GB

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This corded circular saw

  • 5000 rpm no load speed
  • 65mm maximum cutting depth at 90° and maximum cut at 45° mitre
  • 184mm diameter blade
  • Features: , and cable

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Features and benefits

  • High torque motor gives durability and power for cutting jobsite and joinery materials
  • Pressed steel shoe for strength and durability
  • Efficient dust extraction port to minimize airborne dust particles when connected to an extractor unit
  • Gears and drive spindle are mounted in durable cast aluminium housing
  • Guarantee - 1 year

Technical specifications

Technical specification of DeWalt 1150W 184mm Circular Saw D26320-GB
Corded/Cordless Corded
Power output 1150W
No load speed 5000rpm
Maximum cutting depth at 90° 65mm
Blade type TCT
Bevel cutting angle 0-50°
Blade diameter 184mm
Disc bore 16mm
Dust extraction Dust extraction facility
Weight 5.1kg

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