Stihl cut-off saw TS140

The TS140 has been further improved with the incorporation of the world's first electronic water control, making dust suppression faster and easier to use.

Water is available at the push of a button and the user can control the function without putting the tool down or changing grip. The water supply is driven by the engine and automatically switches off when the saw is idle.

The volume of the water can also be controlled to suit the task at hand. The flow is regulated by +/controls and switched on and off via a further button control.

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