Mac Allister Cordless Black & Blue Tungsten Carbide Tile Cutter

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This Mac Allister cordless, tungsten carbide, tile cutter is suitable for ceramic, quarry, porcelain, vitrified and terracotta tiles. With a maximum cutting capacity of 12mm and with tiles up to 900mm; the 22mm blade thickness will give you a 45° cut.

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  • Comes with - 40cm metal extension bar

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Other Supplier Data: Gives a straight cut. Replaceable tungsten carbide cutting blades. Reinforced metal sheet on back for durability. Sliding part uses six ball bearings to ensure smooth and accurate cutting

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Technical specification of Mac Allister Cordless Black & Blue Tungsten Carbide Tile Cutter
Brand Mac Allister
Colour description Black & blue
Construction material Tungsten carbide
Blade thickness 22mm
Cutting angle 45°
Maximum cutting capacity 12mm
Maximum cutting length at 45° bevel 625mm
Maximum tile size 900mm
Corded/Cordless Cordless

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