Extra wide for less binding and increased kerf of the cut.Designed for the FDNY for fire service ventilation as its #1 priority, these saw blades are constructed of carbide tips that are twice the width of the body of the blade. The extra width lessens binding and increase the kerf of the cut. Blades are made of exceptional quality steel and carbide tips. Tips are attached by a patented interlock laser beam method that lessens protrusion into the gullet decreasing the risk of tooth breakage.
- Constructed of exceptional quality steel with carbide tips that are twice the width of the body of the blade
- Extra width lessens binding and increase the kerf of the cut
- Tips are attached by a patented interlock laser beam method that lessens protrusion into the gullet to decrease the risk of tooth breakage
- Available 12" or 14" diameter with 12 or 24 tip blades with a 1" Arbor
12 and 24 tip blades pictured. Blades sold separately.
"will it cut metal and wood"
Bill, yes these blades will cut metal and wood, they won't cut steel I beams, these blades are designed to be used for ventilation purpose's cut holes in the roof walls of a building, they'll cut a light metal that you would find in a home construction, walls,etc. they won't cut steel bars in a window frame, or sliding steel doors on business, it you want a blade that will cut these kind of things try a Fire Hooks Husky Blade
"We have a similar blade to these with the carbide tip possibly different design because it's older but you say they cut light metal will they work for vehicle extrication?"
We wouldn't recommend this, but as a last resort.The only metal that they could possibly cut would be maybe the outer skin of a car door, the car hood, the trunk deck. Nothing like a ""B"" post, hinge, bumpers. There are saw blades out there that are made to do those kind of heavy metals, we'll give you 2 different blade numbers you cn look at on our web site; Tempest Tech Ventmaster blades, TV-406-074 and TV-406-003 this last blade is an abrasive blade. .
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