Electric saw for masonry block, stone industries
The MK-5010 Super-matic electric saw addresses the needs of the masonry block and stone industries. The wet-cutting industrial block saw has a heavy-duty blade shaft and bearings for trouble-free performance, an industrial heavy-duty Baldor motor, and a third set of wheels on the conveyor cart to support additional weight. All saws are fitted with a NEMA 12 waterproof enclosure. The MK-5010 also can be customized to fit specific cutting needs. Additional options include a third handle for easy material movement and operator safety, an inverter drive for changing speeds easily, and an advanced blade guard system that keeps the blade covered during cutting.
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