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4/17/2012

Enclosed, Wet Benchtop Saw for Manual Operation

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Kalamazoo Industries’ model K10WBT is an enclosed, wet-cutting benchtop abrasive saw designed for economical manual operation.

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Kalamazoo Industries’ model K10WBT is an enclosed, wet-cutting benchtop abrasive saw designed for economical manual operation. The 10"-diameter abrasive blade (not included) can cut solids ranging to 1.5" and pipe ranging to 2.5". The saw features a magnetic switch; an internal work light; dual 3" vises; dual coolant nozzles with coolant and pump; a T-slot table; a 2-hp, three-phase, 220/440-V TEFC motor that runs at 3,450 rpm at the spindle; and 5/8" LH spindle arbor. An optional 1.25" (32 mm) spindle arbor is available. The entire saw measures 24" in all dimensions. 

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