What is battery operated circular saw

What kind of battery does a circular saw use?

Voltage is the unit of measurement for power in a battery. Most cordless circular saws use a Lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery. These batteries are preferred because they’re fast-charging, lighter, and don’t have a memory effect. Several cordless circular saws use 18-volt or 20-volt Li-ion batteries, which normally provide enough power for a 2-inch cut.

Which is the best cordless circular saw to buy?

The Porter-Cable PCC660B is our team’s best cordless saw for tight budgets. This saw’s asking price is really low compared to its quality. This cordless saw comes with a 20V battery that spins the 6-1/2-inch carbide tooth blade at 4000 RPM.

How to use a circular saw safely and correctly?

Trigger - Unlike other power tools, a circular saw has only two speeds; on and off. As soon as the trigger clicks the motor is trying to bring the cutting blade to full speed. Always give the saw a few moments to reach top speed before you begin your cut. Retracting blade guard - When not in use, the blade guard will cover the saw, keeping it safe.

What kind of motor does a circular saw use?

The sidewinder circular saw uses a motor technically called “a spur gear” meaning that the motor is inline with the blade as you see in the picture, this delivers very strong power to the blade up to 6000 RPM. Also the sidewinder circular saw has its blade on the right side.

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