£14.50 – £25.56
Light section low alloy steels
Ferrous and non-ferrous metals
Used for deep cutting especially rip cuts. This blade will leave a rough sawn finish although slow feed rate and high tension will improve the finish of the cut.
Good for general-purpose use with a degree of cutting across the grain and with the grain. A reasonable finish can be achieved with slower feed rates and good tension.
The ideal general purpose blade suitable for cross cutting up to 150mm and ripping in sections up to 50mm thick, although thicker sections can be cut using slow feed.
The regular, or triangular, tooth form is provided on blades with 8 or more teeth per inch where, because of the reduced material removal, there is less need for waste storage.
Good for cutting plywood and MDF as well as non-ferrous metals and plastics. The finish is good when cutting natural timbers, but the feed rate should be slow and maximum depth of cut should not exceed 50mm. When cutting metals, reduce the speed as much as possible especially when cutting ferrous metals or cast iron.
A very clean cutting blade for plywood, plastics and MDF, although too fine for natural timbers unless they are very thin sections (sub 25mm thick). The 14tpi and above blades are very good to use at slow speeds when cutting non-ferrous metals. A slow feed speed should be used at all times with a blade tooth pitch this fine.
1" (.035") Duratec SFB, 1/2" (.025") Duratec SFB, 1/4" (.025") Duratec SFB, 3/4" (.032") Duratec SFB, 3/8" (.025") Duratec SFB, 5/8" (.032") Duratec SFB
10R, 14R, 18R, 24R, 3 skip, 4 skip, 6 skip