Perhaps the DELTA Product Rep can help me. HORSEPOWER = volts x amps at 110 volts and 15 amps that is 1,650 watts. there are about 746 watts per horsepower. This calculates out to about 2.21 HP, not 2.9. My intended use is exotic hardwoods and power is important. While I'm working not with 1.5 HP, this may not be in increase I need. I'll wait for response. Thank you,
model 36-5000T2 The fence system is actually 52 inches, which gives a 30 inch rip capacity to the right side of the blade. 110v No to Mag switch ?????? not sure on HP since 120v 15A would be about 2.4 HP.
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I wanted to update my previous answer to include a very big difference. The 36-725t2 only has a 120 volt motor whereas the 5000 series has a 120/240 volt motor.
36-5000T2 is steel wings, 36-5100T2 is cast iron. Same belt drive motor for both models.
The Deltas 15-Amp 10" Carbide Tipped Table Saw with 30" right rip capacity and 15" left rip capacity supports dado blade up to 13/16 inch wide with a diameter of 8 inches or less. Do not attempt to stack dado blades thicker than 13/16 inch (20.64mm) Do not use dado blades larger than 8-inches (200 mm) in diameter.
According to version 16 of the manual available direct from Delta's website, on page 8 underneath the pictures of the plugs, it states "This tool may be converted to 240 volt power supply circuit by a qualified electrician". Is the manual wrong?
The 15-Amp 10 in. Table Saw 30 In. Rip Capacity either a 36-725T2 or a 36-5000T2 Series is an induction motor that generates 3450-RPM. Please go to www.deltamachinery.com under products and then table saws.