Mac Allister 1800W 255mm Compound Mitre Saw MMS254SL

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5052931114221
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This Compound mitre saw

  • no load speed
  • Maximum cutting depth of 240mm at 90 degrees and 240mm at 45 degrees
  • Maximum cutting length of 240mm at 90 degrees
  • Maximum mitre 45°left and 45° right with preset mitre stops at
  • 255mm diameter TCT

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  • Features a cable, and
  • Supplied with ,
  • Guarantee - 1 year

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Mac Allister 1800W 255mm Compound Mitre Saw MMS254SL
Power output 1800W
Maximum cutting depth at 90° 240mm
Maximum cutting depth at 45° mitre 240mm
Maximum cutting length at 90° 240mm
Maximum bevel left 45°
Maximum bevel right 45°
Maximum mitre left 45°
Maximum mitre right 45°
Blade type TCT
Blade diameter 255mm
Disc bore 30mm
Blade guard Blade guard
Locking device Spindle lock

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