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Engineered for parking lot re-pavement, slab sawing, structural foundation work, and runway or highway repair, the TFS18 from Tomahawk is the ideal concrete floor saw for the toughest job site applications. Compatible with 12” to 18” blades, the TFS18 maintains straight cuts up to 5.5”. With its special depth adjustment, it is the ultimate cutting tool for concrete, masonry, brick, asphalt, tile, and other solid materials. Fitted with an adjustable pointer wheel, dual blade flanges, and a reversible guard enables accurate left and right hand cutting for operators. For additional optimal operator comfort, the TFS18 concrete saw is built with comfortable grip handles and a compact design for easy mobility, making it the perfect tool for heavy duty construction application.
- 389 cc / 13 HP Honda GX390 Engine
- Max cutting depth of 5.5"
- Fits blade sizes up to 12" to 18"
- Large 9 gallon water tank for ample water distribution
- Reversible blade guard for left and right hand cutting
- Ergonomic cutting depth crank
- Heavy duty roll bar cage ensuring engine longevity
- Comfortable handle grips and reduced vibration
- Max Cutting Depth: 5.5 in.
- Blade Size: 12-18 in.
- Depth Adjustment: Handle Rotation
- Driving: Manual Push
- Water Tank Capacity: 9 Gal.
- Product Dimensions (in.): 57.4” x 23”x 37.4” (L x W x H)
- Package Dimensions (in.): 45.1” x 26.4” x 40.9” (L x W x H)
- Weight: 335 lbs.
- CA (CARB) Compliant: CARB Compliant
- EPA Compliant: EPA Compliant
- TFS18 18" Concrete Saw
- Blades Not Included
- Asphalt Road Cutting, Concrete Cutting
- Residential and Commercial Enhancements
- Asphalt Parking Lots Re-Pavement
- Sewer Lines or Broken Water Pipe Applications
- Driveways and Sidewalks
- Plumbing Trenches
- Slab Sawing And Flat Sawing
- Structural Foundation Work
- Runway Repair or Highway Patching
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TFS18 Parts Manual
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
How much water do I need to put in the tank?
It is recommended to completely fill your Tomahawk concrete saw’s water tank before use (unless you plan to hook up directly to a hose). Tomahawk Power 14’ concrete saws hold a maximum of 7.5 gallons of water, while Tomahawk 18” concrete saws hold 9 gallons of water.
Does it come out of box ready?
Tomahawk Power Concrete saws are out of the box assembled, however they will need a concrete saw blade to start your project.
What warranty is offered with the TFS18H Concrete Saw?
Tomahawk Power offers a 1 year limited product warranty on TFS18H concrete saw. This saw has been field tested, and our warranty reflects the confidence we have in the quality of Tomahawk Power concrete saw products.
Does the TFS18H Concrete Saw have a water tank?
The TFS18H concrete includes a water tank attached to minimize dust, and provide a longer life to the saw blade itself. The TFS18H concrete has a water tank that is built into the back frame of the concrete saw itself. This tank can be filled by opening the top portion of the metal tank and then opening the cap on top of the water tank inside.
How many people does it take to load a TFS18H Concrete Saw on and off a truck?
Tomahawk Power recommends using a minimum of 2 people to load the TFS18H concrete saw on and off a truck. Once unloaded, the TFS18H is light enough for one person to push around with ease, yet is durable enough to withstand any job. One great feature on the TFS18H is the wheel lock, which ensures a steady cut.
What size blade can I use for the TFS18H Concrete Saw?
The TFS18H 18” concrete saw can run either a 14” or an 18” concrete saw. Tomahawk Power recommends bringing multiple blades to a jobsite, and always have access to a water supply to avoid excessive dust.Tomahawk Power does not currently provide any concrete saw blades. These can be purchased at a local hardware store.
What type of oil do I put in the TFS18H Concrete Saw engine?
Putting the wrong oil in an engine is one of the easiest ways to damage your piece of equipment. Tomahawk Power concrete saws are built with high quality 4 stroke engines. Tomahawk Power recommends using 10W-30 or SAE30 rated oil in the engine on your Tomahawk Power concrete saw.
There is no mixing of oil and gas for use in thew TFS18H concrete saw engine. When using a new concrete saw, be sure to change out its engine oil after your first 8 hours of use, and every 24 hours of use after that. 4 cycle engine oil can be found at your local auto-parts, gas station, or hardware store.