METABO SSEP-1400-MVT Sabre Saw with Speed Control (32mm, 1400W)

R 5,969.00

The METABO SSEP-1400-MVT Sabre Saw with Speed Control (32mm, 1400W) provides high-efficiency and accurate operation, perfect for any workshop.

  • Corded sabre saw with a powerful 1400W motor that provides a constant stroke rate for high-demand applications
  • Enjoy quick & easy tool-free saw blade changing & 180° possible rotation for overhead operation
  • Optimum sawing performance for any material with a 3-level selectable pendulum stroke
  • Includes an integrated LED work light & speed control trigger with locking function & thumbwheel for preselection of strokes
  • Equipped with Vario Tacho Constamatics (VTC) Electronics for operation with customised stroke rates for various materials, which remain constant under load
  • Provides a clear view of the cutting line with a selectable chip blowing function & added safety with restart protection
  • Manufactured with a durable die-cast aluminium gear housing

Metabo is the German leader for professional power tool solutions. This world-renowned brand supplies sustainable system solutions from tools and accessories to service. They offer an extensive range for professionals, focused on the competence areas of metal industry and metal trades, renovation and construction trades.

Product specifications:

  • Rated input power: 1400W
  • Output power: 600W
  • Strokes in idle: 0 - 2800rpm
  • Saw blade stroke: 32mm
  • Pendulum stroke levels: 3
  • Weight (without power cable): 4.6kg
  • Cable length: 4m

Vibration:

  • Sawing chipboard: 12.9m/s
  • Uncertainty of measurement K: 1.5m/s²

Noise emission:

  • Sound pressure level: 93dB(A)
  • Sound power level (LwA): 104dB(A)
  • Uncertainty of measurement K: 3dB(A)

    What's in the box:

    • 1 x Corded sabre saw
    • 1 x Saw blade wood
    • 1 x Saw blade metal
    • 1 x Plastic carry case

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