Model 5903R is a redesigned version of the predecessor Model
5900BR. Model 5903R is equipped with riving knife, electric
brake, more powerful Makita motor, more efficient
chip/sawdust ejection port, and extremely durable aluminum base.
It complies with CENELEC.
K factor The "K factor" is an industry standard uncertanty figure. It represents the natral variation in testing for noise. The true noise figure could be + or - the K factor figure.
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Vibration K factor
K factor The "K factor" is an industry standard uncertanty figure. It represents the natral variation in testing for vibration. The true vibration figure could be + or - the K factor figure.
Vibration: Cutting Chipboard
Vibration Machines by their nature have the habit of transferring vibration to the user. Use AVT machines to reduce your exposure to vibration. Vibration above 2.5 m / s ² is harmful.
The maximum time of exposure depends on the vibration value: 5 m/s²: 8 hours 10 m/s²: 2 hours 20m/s²: ½ hours
Tri-axial vibration values are used to calculate all Makita vibration figures.
Weight As a permanent member of EPTA, the European Power Tool Association, Makita is committed to publishing weights in according with the EPTA standards. This standard is derived from EU Directive 1999/44/EC. The standard is a strict agreement with EPTA as to how different machines are to be weighted, so you can compare machines across the market.