300mm Petrol Disc Cutter

This all-round Petrol Disc Cutter is a very user-friendly unit that can be hand held or mounted on a rig (a conversion kit may be required for the latter). The Petrol Disc Cutter is fitted with several ergonomic systems designed to help make the tool as user-friendly as possible; these include AAF (Active-Air-Filtration), an anti-vibration system and SmartCarb (this maintains a constant power whilst filtering potentially dirty air). Other features include a maintenance free air filter, easy to change blade guard position and a blade retarder. When placing an order for a Petrol Disc Cutter, please remember to add cutting discs if required. Using a Petrol Disc Cutter indoors or in confined spaces could cause fatal carbon monoxide poisoning. Never use a Petrol Disc Cutter in domestic premises and only use it in other indoor situations if its suitability and the ventilation required have been fully assessed. Mechanical extraction ventilation will almost always be required.

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300mm Petrol Disc Cutter

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This all-round Petrol Disc Cutter is a very user-friendly unit that can be hand held or mounted on a rig (a conversion kit may be required for the latter). The Petrol Disc Cutter is fitted with several ergonomic systems designed to help make the tool as user-friendly as possible; these include AAF (Active-Air-Filtration), an anti-vibration system and SmartCarb (this maintains a constant power whilst filtering potentially dirty air). Other features include a maintenance free air filter, easy to change blade guard position and a blade retarder. When placing an order for a Petrol Disc Cutter, please remember to add cutting discs if required. Using a Petrol Disc Cutter indoors or in confined spaces could cause fatal carbon monoxide poisoning. Never use a Petrol Disc Cutter in domestic premises and only use it in other indoor situations if its suitability and the ventilation required have been fully assessed. Mechanical extraction ventilation will almost always be required.