Snap-on's one horsepower cutoff tools, come in a 3" (No. PT430) and 4" angle (No. PT490) versions to help service technicians perform more cutting jobs. They provide increased speed, ease of use and comfortableness, according to the company. Can cut exhaust pipes and hangers, body panels, hoses and flat iron. Some of the features include an thermally balanced air motor that cools internal parts and the tool's surface, double bearings for smooth operation, built-in speed regulator for easy adjustment, paddle-style trigger/safety lever for easy operation and an adjustable wheel guard so tool can be used at any angle.