The Husqvarna K4000 electric power cutter is a powerful saw that can stand on its own but is more likely to be used as a supplemental tool when gas is inconvenient or a safety issue. Let’s see how it performs against things that are supposed to be set in stone. This power cutter excels because it’s quieter, lighter, and creates minimal slurry compared to a gas saw. It emits no fuel fumes making it an excellent option for indoor cutting. You need to tether it to a heavy-gauge extension cord and a 20A circuit, so it’s likely to be a supplementary tool to your Pro gas cutter. SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1389975325257-0′); }); When you need to install a full bathroom on an existing slab, there’s nowhere for the plumbing to go but down. I have about five inches of foundation to cut into so my clients can go with the flow. That’s where the Husqvarna K4000 comes in. Its attributes are well-suited for this indoor job. Although I wear hearing protection, a gas engine’s noise level would be really obnoxious as it bounces off the walls. But the K4000 registers 105 decibels – noticeably quieter than the K770s 115 decibels...