New Milwaukee Tool Cut Off Saw

Saw has the power to cut reinforced concrete without using gas.

BY HBSDealer Staff

Milwaukee Tool has introduced the M18 FUEL 9” Cut Off Saw w/ One-Key.

A versatile solution for cutting a large variety of materials, this tool harnesses M18 FUEL cordless technology to deliver the power to cut reinforced concrete without using gas like most traditional cut off saws. In addition, it’s able to provide this performance while being up to 50% lighter than gas saws and with no gas headaches.

“The tremendous power of the M18 FUEL 9” Cut Off Saw w/ One-Key breaks down so many barriers on the job site, allowing users on the M18 System to cut masonry and concrete with a tool that’s fully compatible with their M18 batteries. They’ll experience much less fatigue because this tool is much lighter than many of the leading gas units. And they’ll be able to perform their jobs without the worry of fumes, the need to mix gas and oil, and the associated gas engine maintenance,” said Kevin Gee, group product manager for Milwaukee Tool.

The new saw combines three exclusive innovations – a Powerstate brushless motor, RedLithium battery pack, and Redlink Plus intelligence – to deliver no gas headaches. Since it produces no fumes, it can be used indoors. In addition, the saw starts with a squeeze of the trigger instead of repeated pulling on a cord and eliminates the need to mix gas and oil or maintain a gas engine.

Users will experience the power to cut reinforced concrete plus other metal and masonry materials including black pipe, cast iron, rebar, brick, and block. The saw comes with a diamond blade and an abrasive blade so users can get to work as soon as the tool is out of the box.

The saw is also equipped with an array of additional features to improve the user experience including: a Rapid Stop Brake that stops the blade in under 3 seconds, an Overload Indicator Light which illuminates when users push the saw too hard, and a fully-adjustable blade guard so users can easily position the saw for the cuts they need to make.

One-Key technology allows for the tool to be tracked and managed at the job site.



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