Flex CS 40 Handheld Wet Tile Saw

The Flex CS 40 Wet Handheld Tile Cutter is a powerful 12 amp tile cutting saw that is ideal for cutting large format tile, stone and even glass.
$229.00

Brand: Flex Tools

Availability: Sold in Store - Ships from Store or Factory (2 available in store). (More Info)

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SKU
T-FLEX CS40

The Flex CS 40 Wet Tile Saw (429.392) is designed for use in the stone, tile and glass industry. This machine is able to provide perfectly straight cuts which are required for quality fabrication and installation. The CS 40 is equiped with a powerfull motor that delivers the strength to power through tough materials such as granite, porcelain, and engineered stones or tiling a kitchen back splash and floor when used with the proper blade. A unique feature is that it can accept concave blades used for cutting sinkholes or other inside arc.

  • Motor 12 Amp
  • Depth Of Cut At 90 degrees is 1-5/8"
  • Depth Of Cut At 45 degrees Is 1"

Flex CS40 Hand-Held Wet Tile Saw Specifications:

Blade Capacity 5"
Wattage 1400 Watts
No Load Speed 12,000 RPM
Power Supply 120V-60 Hz
Arbor 7/8"
Tilting Range 0-45°
Max Cut Thickness @ 90° 1.6"
Min Cut Thickness @ 90° 1.02"
Weight 9 lbs

(Blade sold Separately)

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SKU T-FLEX CS40
In the Box
  • CS 40 Wet Saw
  • Water Hose
  • Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter Cord (GFCI)
  • Water Pressure Regulator Valve
  • Spindle Wrench
  • Lock Nut Wrench
  • Blade Adapter Ring
  • Contour Blade Adapter
  • Contour Blade Adapter Longer Bold
  • Manual
UPC 614042418978
Manufacturer Flex Tools
Manufacturer Part Number 429392
Blade Capacity 5"
No Load Speed (rpm) 12,000
Dimensions (L x W x H) 9 51/64" x 6 51/64" x 8 25/64" (With 20mm adapter ring)
Max Depth of Cut (in) 1.6"
Arbor Size 7/8"
Depth of Cut at 45° (in.) 1"
Amps 12
Voltage 120
Weight (lbs.) 9
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