Exact PipeCut 460 PRO Steel/Copper/PVC Pipe Cutter
The PipeCut 460 PRO is the large diameter pipe saw, yet portable, multi-material cutter.
|Pipe Ø (OD) and range of use||100 mm to 460 mm (4" to 18")|
|Maximum pipe wall thickness||15 mm (0.8") for steel. 50 mm (2") for plastic|
|Cuts the following pipe materials||Steel, stainless steel, acid-resistant steel, cast iron, ductile iron, copper, multi-layered materials and all plastics
NOTE: TCT 165 blade included with saw is only for non-stainless steel, copper, plastic and aluminum
|Voltage / Current (N. America, UK, UAE)||110V to 120V / 15A|
|Voltage / Power (Europe, et al.)
Special order option)
|230V / 1750W|
|No-Load speed||I=1900 revolutions/min, II=2885 revolutions/min|
|Blade diameter||165 mm (6.50")|
|Mounting bore||62 mm (2.44")|
|Weight||17.7 kg (39 lbs)|
|Electronics||Blade speed preselection, automatic fuse, soft start, torque control|
|Speed preselection||I = Stainless steel and acid-resistant steel, II = all other materials|
|Loading capacity of supports||465 kg, 1025 lb (3 supports)|
|Warranty terms||Click here for warranty terms.|
• Exact PipeCut 460 PRO pipe saw, item # 7010416US
• PipeCut Bag
• TCT 165 blade, installed on saw
• Operating instructions
• 1 double pipe support and 2 single pipe supports
• 5 mm and 2 mm hex socket key in receptacles on saw body
• DVD video disc with instructions
Blade information for Exact PipeCut saws
PipeCut 460 PRO speed control recommendations
Frequently Asked Question ("FAQ")
Q1: I see there are two voltages listed in the specs: 110V and 230V. Does one unit switch between the voltages as needed, like a switching power supply?
A1: No, it does not have both voltages in one unit. There are two voltage versions of the 460 PRO, one with 110/120V AC and one with 230V AC. The 110V version is available for immediate shipment worldwide. Please contact us if you require the 230V version.
Q2: Can this cut 2" carbon steel pipe that is running vertically and can't be pulled away from the wall? I need to cut the pipe in place.
A2: With all PipeCut models, the minimum distance between the pipe and the wall is 8 inches. That much distance allows the saw to cut all the way around the pipe. Another solution is to cut through the majority of the pipe with the PipeCut and then quickly finish the small remaining portion with a reciprocating saw. That way, the cut would continue to be straight and quick.
Q3: Do you have to use Exact brand cutting blades only or can I use other brands of blades?
A3: Exact PipeCut saws require a 62mm arbor. We are not aware of any other blades with this size fitment.