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BINOTA Bi-Metal Hole Saw for Metal, Wood, Plywood, PVC, Gypsum,

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Product description

Size:51mm | 2"  |  Color:COMPONENTS

Product parameters

1, Opening diameter: 51mm | 2 Inches.
2., Twist Drill Bit-Diameter: 6mm.
3, Component composition : one Hole Saw, one Twist Drill Bit, one Arbor.
4, Inner hole depth of saw: 35mm,.
Supporting electric drill style: HEX

Use range

1. Use occasions: install air conditioning, house decoration,pipe installation, water heaters installation.
Tip

1. When cutting very deep holes, you need to pay attention to whether the effective cutting depth is exceeded. You can continue cutting after removing the waste.

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