BBM307 Norton Clipper 14" Masonry Saw
Norton Clipper BBM307 14" Masonry Saw
The Norton Clipper BBM307 Mini Masonry Saw features an all-steel unibody construction with the best weight-to-strength distribution in its class, 14" blade capacity, and an ergonomically designed three-position locking cutting head for a safe, clear view of the cutting area.
- Cut material up to 8" x 8" x 16"
- Dry or wet cutting with quick-attach garden hose water system
- Channeled water pan to direct dust and slurry away from the operator
- Steel reinforced frame
- Steel wheels
- Sealed bearing conveyor cart
- AC Universal brush motor with thermal overload protection
- Comes with a FREE 14” Concrete Diamond blade
- Vacuum Adapter Kit, Wet Cutting Kit and Saw Stand sold separately
|Norton Clipper BBM307 Masonry Saw Specifications|
|Power (Electric)||3 hp|
|Full Load Amps||10 amps|
|Blade Capacity||14 inch|
|Depth of Cut||5 in|
|Blade Shaft RPM||3,600 RPM|
|Dimensions||31-1/2 x 18 x 30 in|
Questions & Answers (10)
Where can i buy brushes for the BBM307?
You can buy the replacement brushes for the BBM307 here.
What thread is the arbor: right hand or left hand?
If we are talking about the blade shaft bolt it is M10 X 20MM 1.5 DIN933 Left hand thread.
How do you mount a masonry blade?
1. Before mounting any blade on the saw, the blade should be inspected for any damage which might have occurred during shipment, handling or previous use.
2. The blade collars and arbors should be cleaned and examined for damage before mounting the blade.
3. The blade must be properly fitted over the arbor.
4. The blade shaft nut, which is a left-hand thread nut, must be tightened securely against the outside blade shaft collar.
5. The blade must be operated within the specified maximum operating speed listed on the blade.
6. The blade guard must be in place with the blade collar guard closed when the saw is running.
Do you sell replacement motors for a BBM307 (3 hp, 10 amp)?
You purchase a replacement BBM307 motor here.
Can you use it to cut small, thin tiles such as the one for a backsplash?
Short Answer: No.
This saw specializes in cutting masonry material like outdoor stone blocks, bricks, pavers, etc. Cutting tile on this saw may result in chipped/broken tile when using an aggressive blade.
Is the blade that comes with this saw suitable for firebrick?
The included blade is an economy concrete block & paver blade. It will be able to cut firebrick, but Norton does offer higher quality diamond blades that may cut firebrick more quickly and effectively.
Where does the water pump go?
This are mainly used dry if you wanted to use wet you would need the 70184600704.The water pump attaches to the clear tube in the back of the saw. The pump is typically placed in the bucket next to the saw.
It appears that the hole in the Norton blade supplied is of smaller diameter than the arbor. There are three very small holes and scoring at the center of the blade. Am I supposed to press out the center of the blade?
These blades are commonly referred to as knock out blades. Yes you are to "knock" out the inside pieces and it will fit on this saw.
What blade do you recommend for cutting fire brick with this saw, and which water pump should I order... for light use?
We recommend using the Norton Clipper masonry blade, part number 7325. For water pumps, there is a wet cutting kit that we sell that includes the pump for this saw, part number 70184600704.
Where can I buy the bearing motor inner for the BBM307?
Contractors Direct can get any parts needed for the BBM307. We ask that the customer provide the correct part number and we will place the order for you. For parts lists or any additional information, please contact customer service at 1-800-709-0002.
Ratings & Reviews
Xtreme masonry co.
by James GLAVIANO -
I've been in the masonry business 40 yrs this year. I bought a new Clipper Block Buster saw in 1983 and it's still running good to this day 34 yrs later. The only complaint I have is that it is very heavy but once it's on the job it's performance is very good to excellent.