METABO STEB 140 Jigsaw (220-240 V / 50-60 Hz)

  • Manufacturer: METABO
    Model: STEB 140
    P/N: 601402000
    Origin: Germany
    Guarantee: 12 month
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Rated input power: 750 W

Output power: 420 W

Cutting depth wood: 140 mm / 5 1/2 "

Cutting depth NF metal: 35 mm / 1 3/8 "

Cutting depth sheet steel: 10 mm / 3/8 "

Swivel range from / to: - 45 / + 45 °

Pendulum stroke levels: 4

Strokes in idle: 1000 - 3100 rpm

Saw blade stroke: 26 mm / 1 1/32 "

Weight (without power cable): 2.5 kg / 5.5 lbs

Cable length: 4 m / 13 ft

Vibration

Sawing wood: 10.4 m/s²

Sawing metal: 8.4 m/s²

Uncertainty of measurement K: 1.5 m/s²

Noise emission

Sound pressure level: 90 dB(A)

Sound power level (LwA): 101 dB(A)

Uncertainty of measurement K: 3 dB(A)


Delivery

Hexagonal wrench

Accessories

SAWING

Jigsaw blades, Other accessories for jigsaws, Other accessories for circular saws

ACCESSORY SETS/SPECIALS

Saw blade sets

OTHER ACCESSORIES

Case systems, Accessories for wall chasers, Accessories for vacuum cleaners, Occupational safety, Accessories for paint remover, Accessories for routers


Details

Datasheet


Features

Extremely powerful jigsaw with VTC-Electronics for fast cuts into soft wood of up to 140 mm deep

Precise and material-matched sawing due to the variable stroke rate, pendulum stroke and low-lying saw blade guidance with spring support

Metabo Quick for tool-free saw blade change and with automatic ejection

Selectable chip blowing function ensures free view of cutting line

Vario Tacho Constamatic (VTC) Full-wave Electronics for work with materials requiring customised stroke rates, which remain constant under load

Long service life thanks to optimum gear and motor design and robust die-cast aluminium gear housing


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