Stihl TSA 230 Battery Cut-off Machine - Skin Only


Stihl TSA 230 Cordless Cut-off Machine - Skin Only

Lightweight, maneuverable, and surprisingly powerful.

Stihl has combined its vast experience of cut-off saws with its enduring Lithium-Ion battery technology to power the new TSA 230 cut-off machine. With no fuel or emissions its battery power makes it suited to use indoors and in enclosed spaces; it is also very quiet running.

Cutting neatly and swiftly up to 70mm deep, the choice of STIHL abrasive wheels gives the new model the capacity to cut steel and metal pipes, through to concrete, bricks and roof tiles.

Very easy and comfortable to handle. For various applications in civil engineering. Ideal for builders, roofers, gardeners and landscapers. 36V. STIHL recommends the use of the AP 300 battery for maximum performance.

Compatible with AP & AR series batteries

STIHL electric motor (EC)

The STIHL electric motor (EC) is extremely energy efficient, lightweight and compact. It runs quietly, generates very low vibrations and does not require servicing.

Ergonomic handle

The ergonomic wrap around handle allows for a more comfortable and precise use in a variety of positions.

Hose attachment

Water is supplied to the cutting wheel through the standard water connection with sprinkler system to suppress the dust produced during cutting. It is supplied to the device in such a way so as not to interfere with your work.

Low-maintenance motor technology

The EC motor with maintenance-free belt drive and enclosed control unit is very durable and low maintenance.

Spindle lock mechanism

Cutting wheels can be changed quickly and easily.

Magnesium guard

The cutting wheel guard is made from a light and durable die cast aluminium.

Battery Cut-off Saw

Weight kg:
Cutting Wheel mm:
Maximum Cutting Depth:
70 mm
Recommended Battery:
AP 300
Battery Life Time AP200:
up to 12 mins approx
Battery Life Time AP300:
up to 18 mins approx
Battery Life Time AR3000:
up to 95 mins approx

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