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Cut-Off Saws & Blades for Rent

United Rentals carries an impressive range of cut-off saws and blades for rent, designed to effectively slice through rigid materials. Also known as abrasive saws or chop saws, this equipment comes in hand-held and tabletop models, designed to cut through metal, tile and concrete.

For our full list of cut-off saws & blades, view the items below. For more information about about cut-off saws & blades, visit our resource section.

Red and black HILTI Concrete Cut-off Saw, 12 in., Electric Powered
Cat Class Code
625-7700

Concrete Cut-off Saw, 12 in., Electric Powered

  • Cutting depth up to 4"
  • Extended run time with SmartCarb™ carburetor system
  • Suitable for indoor or outdoor cutting
  • Air filtration for reliable operation in dusty environments
  • Add this concrete saw to your cart now
Green and silver Makita 14" electric chop saw
Cat Class Code
625-7715

Chop Saw, 14 in., Electric Powered

  • Metal cut-off saw
  • Fume-free electric operation
  • 14" blade size
  • Table-top design
  • Add this chop saw to your cart now
Orange and white Stihl 12 inch concrete cut-off saw
Cat Class Code
625-7750

Concrete Cut-off Saw, 12 in., Gas Powered

  • Cutting depth up to 4"
  • Extended run time with SmartCarb™ carburetor system
  • Suitable for indoor or outdoor cutting
  • Air filtration for reliable operation in dusty environments
  • Add this concrete saw to your cart now
Orange Husqvarna 14 inch electric Concrete Cut-off Saw
Cat Class Code
625-7800

Concrete Cut-off Saw, 14 in., Electric Powered

  • Cutting depth up to 5"
  • Extended run time with SmartCarb™ carburetor system
  • Air filtration for reliable operation in dusty environments
  • Use Cases: Ideal for cutting through concrete blocks or curb cutting indoor and outdoor
  • Add this concrete saw to your cart now
  • Additional charges for blades will apply
  • United Rentals will contact you to confirm your requirements
Orange, whie and black STIHL Concrete Cut-off Saw, 14 in., Gas Powered
Cat Class Code
625-7805

Concrete Cut-off Saw, 14 in., Gas Powered

  • Cutting depth up to 5"
  • Extended run time with SmartCarb™ carburetor system
  • Air filtration for reliable operation in dusty environments
  • Use Cases: Ideal for cutting through concrete blocks or curb cutting indoor and outdoor
  • Add this concrete saw to your cart now
  • Additional charges for blades will apply
  • United Rentals will contact you to confirm requirements
Orange, black and gray HUSQVARNA Cut-Off Saw, 16 ft., Gas Powered
Cat Class Code
625-7820

Cut-Off Saw, 16 ft., Gas Powered

  • Cutting depth up to 6"
  • Lightweight, portable and easy to operate
  • Vibration dampened handle for smooth and easy cutting
  • Active air filtration for reliable operation
  • Uses: Ideal for sawing concrete, metal, asphalt and stone
  • Add this cut-off saw to your cart now
Orange, black and silver HUSQVARNA Concrete Cut-off Saw, 9 in., Gas Powered
Cat Class Code
625-7825

Concrete Cut-off Saw, 9 in., Gas Powered

  • Maximum cutting depth up to 16"
  • Extended run time with SmartCarb™ carburetor system
  • Suitable for indoor or outdoor cutting
  • Air filtration for reliable operation in dusty environments
  • Add this concrete saw to your cart now
Orange Husqvarna 9 inch electric concrete cut off saw
Cat Class Code
625-7826

Concrete Cut-off Saw, 9 in., Electric Powered

  • Maximum cutting depth up to 16"
  • Extended run time with SmartCarb™ carburetor system
  • Suitable for indoor or outdoor cutting
  • Air filtration for reliable operation in dusty environments
  • Add this concrete saw to your cart now
Resources

FAQs About Cut-off Saws & Blades

United Rentals offers an expansive lineup of hardwearing cut-off and miter saw rentals to complete your most demanding cutting projects. With our gas-powered models, you can move around your worksite without worrying about wires or outlets. If you’re working in an enclosed environment requiring fume-free operation and have electric power available, we rent efficient electric saws as well. These saws will handle cutting through the toughest materials, such as concrete, stone and asphalt. United Rentals stocks multiple sizes including 9 inch, 12 inch, 14 inch and more to fit your crew’s specific needs.

Learn more about cut-off saws and blades in our FAQ section below.

FAQs
What is a miter saw?

Also known as a drop saw, a miter saw consists of a circular saw that can be positioned to make angled cuts like bevel cuts and miter cuts. The saw lowers onto a board that is positioned against a backstop or fence. Miter saws can cut wood trim, masonry, metals and plastics, provided you use the appropriate blade.

Can you cut a concrete block with a circular saw?

>Our cut-off saws are designed to cut through all kinds of tough materials such as cement, metal and asphalt. We have multiple sizes available depending on your desired cutting depth.

What size cut-off saw do I need?

We offer a range of cutting depths for our cut-off saws. Our 12-inch saw has a cutting depth of up to 4 inches, our 14-inch saw has a cutting depth of 5 inches and our 16-inch saw has a cutting depth of 6 inches. All three of these cut-off saws would cut through rebar and asphalt easily. If you need a cutting depth of more than 6 inches, check out our street saws for rent.

Can I use a metal cutting blade on an abrasive chop saw?

Yes, you can use a metal cutting blade on an abrasive chop saw — or cut-off saw. Just be aware that this could cause a lot of sparking during use, so use proper safety precautions. Check the rating of the blade and chop saw before using it on metal. We have multiple options available.

Can I use an abrasive chop saw to cut wood?

Yes, you can cut wood with a chop saw, as long as you use a woodcutting blade. Metal-cutting blades differ from woodcutting blades because metal-cutting blades actually grind through metal and concrete, rather than cut. Woodcutting blades on miter saws have teeth that bite into the wood and cut through it.