Mac Tools® Announces Heavy-Duty Geared Air Saw at Tool Fair

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The tool features a lockout throttle design, a 360° swivel exhaust mechanism that directs air away from the user, plus an ergonomic rubber grip that is resistant to most automotive fluids.

Heavy-Duty Geared Air Saw (MPS1911)

9.5MM cut capacity through mild steel and includes a gear driven mechanism that helps reduce stalling.

At the 2017 Mac Tools Tool Fair, Mac Tools announces the Heavy-Duty Geared Air Saw (MPS1911) for use in muffler and exhaust applications, general auto body repair, cutting rusted bolts, sunroof installation, and more.

The dual-chuck Heavy-Duty Geared Air Saw has a 9.5MM cut capacity through mild steel and includes a gear driven mechanism that helps reduce stalling when cutting through thick material. The tool features a lockout throttle design, a 360° swivel exhaust mechanism that directs air away from the user, plus an ergonomic rubber grip that is resistant to most automotive fluids. Another key feature of the Heavy-Duty Geared Air Saw is that it accepts both air saw and most reciprocating saw blades, providing versatility to the user.

The durable Heavy-Duty Geared Air Saw has the ability to quickly cut through tough material. At $339.99 MSRP with one 6 inch 18 TPI recip blade and one 24 TPI air saw blade included, the tool comes with a two year limited warranty – just another reason Mac Tools is Great to Work With™. Debuting at the 2017 Mac Tools Tool Fair, the Heavy-Duty Geared Air Saw will be available this spring where Mac Tools are sold.

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Mac Tools has a product line in excess of 42,000 items, and uses the direct sales approach with a mobile sales force of distributors. The Mac Tools philosophy of excellent quality, price and service remains unchanged since their start in 1938. And, the company spirit that made them successful in 1938 is the same spirit that makes their tools and team Great to Work With™.

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