Saw provides controlled cutting of plastic car panels.

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With adjustable blade guard to control cutting depth, AT193 Reciprocating Air Saw uses 3/8-in. piston stroke to perform straight and scroll cuts. Saw, with motor speed of 5,700 rpm, includes three 2.75 in. bi-metal blades. Optional blades are 2.75-5.12 in. Safety lever throttle, adjustable speed regulator, and comfort grip housing make saw safe and comfortable to operate. Exhaust hose, with silencer sleeve, limits noise emissions. Applications include metals and plastics.

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New Snap-on Reciprocating Air Saw Provides Controlled Cutting of Plastic Car Panels

KENOSHA, Wis., Nov. 20, 2002 - The new Blue-Point brand Reciprocating Air Saw from Snap-on Tools Company uses low RPM speeds to deliver maximum control for cutting a variety of metals and plastics, including plastic automobile panels.

The AT193 Reciprocating Air Saw, featuring an adjustable blade guard to control cutting depth, uses a 3/8-inch piston stroke to perform straight cuts and scroll cuts. The air motor's maximum speed of 5,700 RPM ensures optimum cutting control and power. The saw includes three, 2.75-inch bi-metal blades for fine, medium and rough cutting. Various optional blades are available in lengths of 2.75 to 5.12 inches.

A safety lever throttle, adjustable speed regulator and comfort grip housing make the saw safe, easy and comfortable to operate. A 24-inch flexible exhaust hose includes a silencer sleeve to limit noise emissions from the AT193 pneumatic saw.
Weighing just over two pounds and measuring nine inches (without blade), the lightweight, compact saw is easy to handle even during extended periods of usage.

The AT193 saw uses just one cubic foot of compressed air per minute, operating at air pressure levels up to 90 PSIG. The saw is designed to accommodate a 5/16-inch hose.

Customers can find out more about the AT193 Reciprocating Air Saw by contacting their local Snap-on representatives, visiting or calling 877-762-7662.

Snap-on Tools Company is a subsidiary of Snap-on Incorporated, a leading global developer, manufacturer and marketer of tool and equipment solutions for professional tool users. Product lines include hand and power tools, diagnostics and shop equipment, tool storage products, diagnostics software and other solutions for transportation service, industrial, government, education, agricultural and other commercial applications, including construction and electrical. Products are sold through its franchisee dealer vans, distributor channels and company direct sales, including Founded in 1920, Snap-on is a $2+ billion, S&P 500 company headquartered in Kenosha, Wis., and employs approximately 13,500 worldwide.

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