ReefKeeper saw makes fragging easier

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If you frag your corals, you'll find it a whole lot easier with the new ReefKeeper saw.

Whilst currently not available in the UK the ReefKeeper saw is made to meet the specific needs of reef aquarists. The saw designed specifically for fragging corals can be used on stony corals, soft corals, and even live rock.

The stainless steel diamond coated blade will not contaminate your reef tank with copper. Using inexpensive and replaceable BladeSert blade guides you can make the most intricate of cuts with ease.

Complete with a sturdy thermoplastic work table to ensure a corrosion free life for the unit the saw which further incorporates drain channels that funnel coolant into the internal drain system for a clean, clear view while sawing.

The upper blade guide is adjustable for varying material thickness and has a spring-loaded tension system, moulded into the frame to insure proper wheel alignment, simple blade setup, and perfect tracking hour after hour, thus prolonging blade life.

The frame, cover, and water reservoir are moulded entirely from structural grade thermoplastic making it corrosion resistant, extremely lightweight, portable, and therefore easy to handle.

Powered by a high torque permanent magnet with built in speed control allows the user to control their fragging in the knowledge that the frame and interior support walls are extra thick for maximum strength and durability whilst being quiet in operation