9" Evosaw 230 Circular Saw




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9" Circular Saw

Rated for heavy duty and industrial applications with chip collection capability.  Cuts mild steel without excessive heat, burrs or the necessity of coolant.  When cutting steel, the material has a workable finish.  Virtually no heat, burrs or sparks are created, unlike angle grinders.  Cuts cleanly through mild steel.  High quality construction that is compact and portable.

Technical Specifications
EVO230 9" Circular Saw

  • Motor (115v ~ 60 Hz):  1750w.
  • Amps:  15.
  • Horsepower:  2.35.
  • RPM (No Load):  2700.
  • Recommended Maximum Duty Cycle:  30 mins.
  • Sound Pressure Level (Under Load):  108dB(A).
  • Vibration Level (Under Load):  3.9m/s2.
  • Maximum thickness of cut:  1/2".
  • Maximum cut 90o(square):  3-1/4".
  • Maximum cut 45o(square):  2-1/8".
  • Tool weight:  19 lbs.
  • Maximum Dimensions (HxWxL):  12-3/8" x 16-3/4" x 12-3/4".
  • Shipping Weight:  32 lbs.
  • Shipping Dimensions (HxWxL):  18" x 15" x 22".
  • Supplied with a carrying case, 9" mild steel blade, side handle, wrench, spare carbon brush set, fence guide, goggles, 2 batteries, ear plugs and manual.
  • Blade Specifications.
    • Diameter:  9".  A 9" blade may be used on this machine.
    • Bore:  1".
    • Kerf (Thickness):  0.070" to .078".

Key Features
EVO230 Chop Saw

Heavy duty performance!  With supplied mild steel blade, this saw has maximum capacity through 1/2" material.  Ideal for cutting steel plate, square tube, angle iron, pipe, tube and metal roofing.


Adjustable depth of cut.  Features an easily adjustable depth of cut and supplied fence quide to ensure straight, accurate cutting.

0-45obevel tilt. Bevel tilt enhances the cutting versatility of the saw.  Other features include a safety switch with overload protection and an integrated debris collection system.

$346.00




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Last update 13 May 2015