Husqvarna K4000 Cut-n-Break Power Cutters for suitable flush cutting close to walls and floors
Our Cut-n-Break method is the natural choice when you need to cut deep but want a machine with low tool and maintenance costs. The K 4000 Cut-n-Break enables you to cut as deep as 400 mm from one side. Suitable for flush cutting close to walls and floors as well as for smaller jobs like window openings where you want to avoid over cutting at the corners.
Cutting depth, max - 16 in
Blade diameter, max - 9 in
Other Cut N Break Saw
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Cost-efficient cutting method
With the unique cut-n-break method you can work your way through the material step-by step at a low tool cost.
Exceptional cutting depth
The long body and double cutting blades allow you to make cuts up to 16" deep.
Perfect for flush cutting
The adjustable blade guard allows close cutting to walls and floors.
Ergonomically designed rear handle
Power cord inlet located underneath the handle enables ease of use and comfortable handling with hassle free operation.
The new pop-up carbon brushes protects the collector from unforeseen rotor changes which increases reliability and enables longer service intervals.
The one-piece inspection lid and Torx screws make it easy to assemble and service.
High performing blades included
Twin blades, with a very stable core and cutting performance are delivered with the machine.
Perfect for indoor use
A powerful electric cutter for both indoor and outdoor use.
The blade on all our electric cutters rotates forward, cutting into the material efficiently, reducing the risk of pinching and kickbacks.
The advanced electronic overload protection varies the rotation speed to warn of approaching overload.
Provides starting with normal, slow acting fuses.
Wet cutting kit
The water adjustment gives efficient dust management and makes operation easier and more efficient.
Adjustment to openings
Cutting for minor adjustments to window and door openings.
Blocks, curbstones and pavers
Cutting building blocks, curbstones and garden pavers.
Cutting cast concrete.
Irregular deep cutting.
Floors and walls
Regular cutting in floors and walls.
Cutting grooves for expansion joints and crack repair.
Deep cutting in pipe trenches.