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MK-101-24

February 1, 2012
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The MK-101-24 wet cutting tile saw from MK Diamond Products, Inc. was engineered to meet today’s demands. It is the first affordable tile saw that provides a 24-inch length of cut and the quality that MK Diamond is recognized for, reports the company. The built-in water distribution system supplies water to both sides of the blade for maximum efficiency of water flow. The Baldor electric 1-½ HP/120v fully enclosed, high-torque, fan-cooled motor is the power behind the blade and delivers long, reliable service. The Micro V-belt drive provides an optimized blade shaft speed of 3,000 rpm for smooth delivery for motor power and torque.

The saw was designed with a multi-position motor post and cutting head for convenient cutting of various tile sizes. The variable height cutting head allows for plunge cuts and use of blades smaller than 10 inches in diameter. The blade guard is wide enough to accommodate 6- and 8-inch profile wheels. The linear-bearing and chrome-plated guide-bar assembly ensure precise cutting. The 10-inch wet cutting tile saw — with a 5/8-inch arbor — produces a 3-inch depth of cut, 24-inch length of cut and diagonally cuts 18-inch material. The permanently lubricated, dual-sealed blade shaft bearings provide years of maintenance-free operation.

MK101-24 features:

• Fully enclosed thermally protected, high-torque, fan-cooled motor

• Permanently lubricated, dual-sealed blade shaft bearings

• Multi-position motor post and cutting head for convenient cutting of various tile sizes

• Built-in water distribution system supplies water to both sides of blade

• Variable height cutting head allows for plunge cuts and use of blades smaller than 10  inches in diameter

• Accommodates 6- and 8-inch profile wheels

• Blade shaft lock for easy blade removal

• Linear-bearing and chrome-plated guide-bar assembly ensure precise cutting

• Cast aluminum blade guard and motor post

• Made in the U.S.

www.MKdiamond.com

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