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Model:   GHE


Machine Type:  


Year of Mfg.:   N/A
Condition:   Very good condition   
Elect./Voltage:   230/460 V, 60 Cy, 3 Ph.
Value New:   $ 15,800
Price:   $ 5,250 USD
Financing: $ 107 National Capital Leasing
Region:   WEST COAST (Click for Regional Map)
EXF #:   SB-280586  
Description:   (view full)



  36" Wheel dia., 5 HP - 900 RPM TEFC direct motor drive, 8,400 FPM blade speed; 20" under guide, 35-1/2" throat cap.

  Balanced steel disc wheels, 1/8" to 1-1/4" blade width and 19-1/2' blade length; 36" x 37" table tilts 45° to right, and 5° to left.

  Complete with:

  16" x 19" Auxiliary table; 41" table height; 7" upper wheel adjustment, work light, 2-wheel electrical brake & lower dust chute.

  NOTE: This machine is missing the wheel and the brakes.

    Special Note:
    Comment: Well maintained and ready to load;...a Heavy Duty performer!
    Written By: Original Seller  
    *Dimensions:41" L x 37" W x 104" H
    *Weight:2,900 Lbs
    *Dimensions & Weight data are based on 3rd party information and could be incorrect; please verify & confirm if accurate dimensions & weight are required.

    There are numerous saw types used to complete types of jobs depending on the material used as well as the desired result. Circular saws are circular blades, no larger than 24”, used as a handheld or in mills that are designed to cut material such as wood, stone, brick, or plastic. Tablesaws are tables mounted with a slotted circular blade. If the saw is small enough to set on a workbench, it is called a “workbench” or “jobsite” saw. If the saw is fastened on steel legs, it’s called a “contractor” saw. Heavier and more precise table saws, driven by several belts with an enclosed base stand are called “cabinet” saws. Radial arm saws are versatile machines that are mainly used for cross-cutting material. Rotary saws or “spiral-cut” saws are used for making accurate cuts, in materials such as wallboard and plywood, without using a pilot hole. Electric miter saws or “chop” saws are used for making accurate cross and miter cuts. A miter cut is an angled cut made across the face or width of a board. Concrete saws, typically fitted with diamond blades, are used for cutting materials like concrete, asphalt, and pavement. Pendulum saws or “swing” saws are saws hung on a swinging arm and used for rough crosscutting. Abrasive saws are circular or reciprocating saw-like tools fastened with an abrasive disc, rather than a toothed blade, used to cut resistant materials. Jigsaw or “saber” saws are narrow-bladed saws used for cutting irregular shapers. Reciprocating saws use an in-and-out or up-and-down action similar to a jigsaw, creating large, irregular shapes. Bandsaws are ripsaws that use a motor-driven continuous band. Ripsaws are used to cut wood alongside its grain.