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Mini Clipper, Maxi Performance: Introducing our Compact Masonry Saw

Weighing in at just 40 kilograms and around 30% smaller than the other masonry saws in our range, the CM35 is compact, portable machine that will perform just as well as its larger Norton Clipper counterparts.

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High Performance Masonry Saw

The CM35 might well be the smallest member of the masonry saw family but it is by no means the least powerful.

This robust and sturdy machine will cut through a wide array of building materials such as roof tiles, bricks, and blocks with the same high level of performance you have come to expect from all Norton Clipper products.

The CM35 also features a pendular cutting head that facilitates efficient step cutting, helps preserve the blade and increase its life.

CM35 Masonry Saw

Ideal for Wet and Dry Cutting

This machine is electric, meaning that no harmful emissions are released into the air or into the operator’s lungs during its operation.

Better yet, the dust extraction port makes cutting even cleaner by removing the vast majority of the dust produced in the cutting process (when combined with The Norton Clipper CV360).

Both features make the CM35 perfect for indoor use and are specifically designed to improve the operator’s comfort when using the machine.

If the application requires a wet cut, the CM35 can accommodate. The machine is easily plugged into an external water supply or used in conjunction with the optional water tray and pump.


Where Space is at a Premium

As the name suggests, the CM35 Mini Clipper is made for workplaces that lack the available space for a larger masonry saw. Measuring just 730mm x 286mm x 282mm, this compact and ergonomically designed product could fit seamlessly into the construction site or industrial environment; no matter how limited the space may be.

At just 40 kilos in weight, the CM35 is a very lightweight masonry saw. Take the machine up scaffolding to cut your roof tiles; closer to the point of installation and removing a step in the process.

As the machine has no legs, (although wheels and legs can be added as additional accessories) the CM35 is ideal for landscape gardeners who may be cutting paving blocks at ground level and don’t want to keep getting up and after each cut.


Diamond Blades that Work well with this Masonry Saw

As good as the CM35 is, having the right diamond blade attached makes the world of difference to its performance. Here are just two suggestions from the Norton Clipper diamond blade range, which will enable you to get the very best out of this machine:

Extreme Universal Silencio Diamond Blade -

Our award winning diamond blade – at the ‘cutting edge’ of noise reduction technology, the Silencio blades provide unprecedented reductions in noise vs standard blades, whilst still maintaining the very best cutting performance around.

These blades make a perfect partner to the Norton Clipper range of masonry saws.

Extreme Granite Diamond Blade -

Specially designed for use with granite or natural stone materials, this diamond blade is a great fit for the CM35. Its duo shaped trapezoidal segments benefit from i-HD™ technology, which offers extra-long life, excellent cutting speed, and comfort to the operator.


Successful bauma debut

The CM35 Mini Clipper Masonry Saw is just one of the major product launches that made their debut at bauma 2019 - the world’s largest trade fair for the construction industry. This machine has already proven to be a hit with customers, to see what all the fuss is about talk to your Norton Clipper representative.

More information

If you would like more information about the CM35 Mini Clipper, or to arrange a visit from a Norton representative, please use our contact web form. If you are looking for alternatives to this masonry saw, why not try the CM70 or CST120 ranges?

 

*Please Note: This product is subject to availability and may not be available in your location. To confirm, please contact us via our web form or contact your Norton representative.
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