The EDCO MS20 20″ Masonry Saw #21200 is the top of the line for the Pro’s equipped with the convenience of a 5 hp 230 vt Single Phase Baldor motor.
The posted price includes freight to a Commercial address with offloading by the customer.
Our advertised price is to compete with other online dealers that drop ship from the mfg and this is a positive way to go if the customer has the time for mfg order processing and lead times (currently 5-6 plus weeks is a typical minimum lead time). Unlike many of our competitors we stock a lot of the equipment we sell, including this model…simply change the Ship From Option to “Patriot” for the additional charge. Pending the time of the order, most orders ship the same day with the Patriot option.
Feel free to contact us for shipping options to a Commercial Business, lift gate service, etc.
Other Husqvarna & Multiquip Blades options available and at our everyday low internet pricing. Please contact.
EDCO 20 inch Masonry Saws Spect Sheet (click for pdf)
- Electric & Gasoline power options
- Freestanding model with 14” to 20” blade capacity
- Large capacity, 3-stage air filter protects from wear
- Belt driven diaphragm water pump is standard and can be disconnected when cutting dry
- Fixed or adjustable cutting head for extra versatility
- Extra-large rolling table supports large materials and rolls easily
- Double-sided table rails are easy to replace
- Standard foot pedal for hands-free operation
- Vacuum hookup optional for dust-free cutting
- Patented fixed engine platform
EDCO Order # 21200
5 HP – 230 vt – Single Phase Baldor Motor
Length 55″ Width 26″ Height 63″
Weight 440 lbs
Belts Std “V” Belts
Max Cut Depth – Fixed Position 8″ Max Cut Depth – Chop Position 16″
For clarification, the died black wooden base plates are strictly the “Skid Mount Plates” for shipping.
EDCO/Baldor points out the below for the 5 hp 230vt single phase motor:
- 230vt circuit, if the voltage is lower it starves the motor and causes issue
- motor draws a bit less than 20 amps, but it is recommended to have 3 times this for the breaker
- if running walk behind saws, step cutting is always important but with an electric target less than one would if running a gas saw, maybe closer to a 1″ step cut to start/experiment with