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Model # 49-56-0444

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2 in. Carbide Grit Hole Saw with Pilot Bit

  • Coarse grit & segmented edge for fast cutting
  • Wide, angled & offset slots for easy plug access
  • Use on brick, block, cement board, fiberglass and tile
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Product Overview

  • Coarse grit & segmented edge for fast cutting
  • Wide, angled & offset slots for easy plug access
  • Use on brick, block, cement board, fiberglass and tile
Cut perfect 2 in. circles into a variety of abrasive materials with this Carbide Grit Hole Saw from Milwaukee. Constructed with a tungsten carbide grit edge, it saws holes into tile, fiberglass, brick, cement board and block to produce round cutouts commonly needed for plumbing or electrical conduits. A carbide-tipped pilot drill bit is included to keep cuts straight and centered.
  • Cuts 2 in. diameter holes into tile and a variety of masonry materials
  • Fashioned with tungsten carbide grit edge to bore through abrasive materials
  • Functions optimally at 600 RPM
  • Use with the following Milwaukee arbor models (sold separately): 49-56-7240, 49-56-7250, 49-56-9100, 49-56-7055, 49-56-7040

Product Overview

  • Coarse grit & segmented edge for fast cutting
  • Wide, angled & offset slots for easy plug access
  • Use on brick, block, cement board, fiberglass and tile
Model #: 49-56-0444
Internet #: 202327778

Cut perfect 2 in. circles into a variety of abrasive materials with this Carbide Grit Hole Saw from Milwaukee. Constructed with a tungsten carbide grit edge, it saws holes into tile, fiberglass, brick, cement board and block to produce round cutouts commonly needed for plumbing or electrical conduits. A carbide-tipped pilot drill bit is included to keep cuts straight and centered.

  • Cuts 2 in. diameter holes into tile and a variety of masonry materials
  • Fashioned with tungsten carbide grit edge to bore through abrasive materials
  • Functions optimally at 600 RPM
  • Use with the following Milwaukee arbor models (sold separately): 49-56-7240, 49-56-7250, 49-56-9100, 49-56-7055, 49-56-7040

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Specifications

Dimensions

Bit Diameter
1/4 in
Bit Diameter
1/4 in
Bit Length (in.)
4
Drilling Depth (in)
1.8
Hole Saw Diameter (in)
2"
Shank Diameter
1/4 in
Shank Diameter
1/4 in

Details

Arbor Size
N/A
Arbor included
No
Bit Material
Carbide
Drill Bit Type
Hole Saw
Drill Bit Type(s) Included
Hole Saw
Individual/Set
Individual
Material Cut
Multi-Purpose
Min Chuck Size Required
1/2 In.
Pilot Bit Included
Yes
Returnable
180-Day
Shank Style
3-Flat
Shank Style
3-Flat
Teeth Per Inch
3
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Specifications

Dimensions

Bit Diameter
1/4 in
Bit Diameter
1/4 in
Bit Length (in.)
4
Drilling Depth (in)
1.8
Hole Saw Diameter (in)
2"
Shank Diameter
1/4 in
Shank Diameter
1/4 in

Details

Arbor Size
N/A
Arbor included
No
Bit Material
Carbide
Drill Bit Type
Hole Saw
Drill Bit Type(s) Included
Hole Saw
Individual/Set
Individual
Material Cut
Multi-Purpose
Min Chuck Size Required
1/2 In.
Pilot Bit Included
Yes
Returnable
180-Day
Shank Style
3-Flat
Shank Style
3-Flat
Teeth Per Inch
3
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

Can it cut FRP?

Asked by: MattC
If FRP is fiberglass reinforced pipe, it should with no problem.
Answered by: Geoguy
Date published: 2019-04-30

Will this cut through a 3" thick cement floor?

Need to cut a 1-3/8" wide hole in the floor of a shed for conduit.
Asked by: xpsd300
Not this saw! Maybe the rigid brand. Concrete is softer than tile. U will have to break the "plug" out to get down to 3 inches. Easiest way to get through concrete is to rent a core bit and rotary hammer drill.
Answered by: potsiewebber
Date published: 2018-03-01

Can a standard drill motor be used, or must you use a hammer drill?

I have and enclosure for AC condensers (next to my garage 8' x 12' ) that has no drain, and water pools up inside. The thickness is probably 6 - 8 inches, from inside to outside ( stucco and framing - hollow ) I want to drill a hole to allow me to insert a piece of 2" PVC, as a drain. Thanks,
Asked by: sandy
Cuts by abrasion so standard drill is best. Hammer drill may break carbide off of teeth and render it useless.
Answered by: Geoguy
Date published: 2019-04-30

Can this hole cut through 1/2" granite tile?

Asked by: reggie
No. Go with a more expensive hole saw. The rigid should do it.its o ly $10 more i think...cut on slower speed with water to cool it so the saw will last longer.
Answered by: potsiewebber
Date published: 2018-03-01
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