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  • 22/20/26/28/30/32/24 inch circular saw Blade
  • 22/20/26/28/30/32/24 inch circular saw Blade
  • 22/20/26/28/30/32/24 inch circular saw Blade
  • 22/20/26/28/30/32/24 inch circular saw Blade
  • 22/20/26/28/30/32/24 inch circular saw Blade
22/20/26/28/30/32/24 inch circular saw Blade

22/20/26/28/30/32/24 inch circular saw Blade

Rs 1,300  / PieceGet Best Price
Size (Diameter)>14 Inch
ApplicationMetal Cutting
ShapeCircular
MaterialStainless Steel, Tungsten Carbide, High Speed Steel
Usesfor MS/Gi pipe, fabric roll,bateery cutting , fiber cutting
Thickness2mm-6mm
Country of OriginMade in India

A circular saw blade is a cutting tool specifically designed for use with a circular saw, which is a power tool commonly used in woodworking, construction, and other industries. Circular saw blades come in various types and sizes to accommodate different cutting applications. Here is a description of a typical circular saw blade and its specifications:

  1. Material: Circular saw blades are made from different types of materials, depending on the cutting application. Common materials include high-speed steel (HSS), carbide-tipped (CT) or tungsten carbide (WC) blades, and diamond-tipped blades for cutting hard materials like concrete or masonry.

  2. Tooth Design: Circular saw blades feature a series of teeth along the edge that make the actual cutting. The tooth design can vary, including rip-cut or crosscut teeth. Rip-cut teeth have larger gullets and fewer teeth per inch, making them suitable for cutting with the grain of the material. Crosscut teeth have smaller gullets and more teeth per inch, providing smoother cuts across the grain.

  3. Diameter: The diameter of circular saw blades can range from 4 to 12 inches (10.2 to 30.5 cm) or even larger, depending on the saw and its intended use. The blade diameter determines the maximum depth of cut achievable with the saw.

  4. Arbor Size: Circular saw blades have a central hole called the arbor hole, which fits onto the arbor (shaft) of the circular saw. The arbor size varies, typically ranging from 5/8 inch (15.9 mm) to 1 inch (25.4 mm). It is essential to ensure that the blade's arbor size matches the arbor size of the circular saw for proper fit and safe operation.

  5. Kerf: The kerf refers to the thickness of the slot or cut made by the blade. It is an important specification to consider, as it affects the amount of material wasted during the cutting process. Blades with a thinner kerf tend to generate less waste but may be less durable.

  6. Coating: Some circular saw blades may have special coatings, such as anti-friction or anti-corrosion coatings, to enhance performance and durability. These coatings reduce heat buildup, friction, and protect against rust and corrosion.

  7. Application: Circular saw blades are versatile and used for various cutting tasks, including crosscutting, ripping, miter cutting, bevel cutting, and even specialized applications like cutting laminate flooring, metal, or concrete, depending on the blade type and design.

  8. RPM (Revolutions Per Minute): Each circular saw blade has a recommended maximum RPM specified by the manufacturer. It is crucial to ensure that the blade's RPM rating matches or exceeds the maximum RPM of the circular saw to prevent damage or accidents.

  9. Safety Features: Some circular saw blades may include safety features such as vibration dampening slots or laser-cut expansion slots to reduce noise, vibration, and heat buildup during cutting, improving user comfort and safety.

It's important to note that specific circular saw blades may have additional features or variations based on the manufacturer, blade type, and intended application. Always refer to the manufacturer's guidelines and recommendations for the specific blade you are using to ensure proper usage, safety, and optimal cutting performance.

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  • 24 INCH inch circular saw Blade ( HI- CARBON )
  • 24 INCH inch circular saw Blade ( HI- CARBON )
  • 24 INCH inch circular saw Blade ( HI- CARBON )
  • 24 INCH inch circular saw Blade ( HI- CARBON )
  • 24 INCH inch circular saw Blade ( HI- CARBON )
24 INCH inch circular saw Blade ( HI- CARBON )

24 INCH inch circular saw Blade ( HI- CARBON )

Rs 3,000  / PieceGet Best Price
ApplicationWood Cutting
ShapeCircular
MaterialSteel
Number of Teeth60
UsesFor Pipe/Plastic/Fabric
Bore1 inch- 50mm
Country of OriginMade in India

A circular saw blade is a cutting tool specifically designed for use with a circular saw, which is a power tool commonly used in woodworking, construction, and other industries. Circular saw blades come in various types and sizes to accommodate different cutting applications. Here is a description of a typical circular saw blade and its specifications:

  1. Material: Circular saw blades are made from different types of materials, depending on the cutting application. Common materials include high-speed steel (HSS), carbide-tipped (CT) or tungsten carbide (WC) blades, and diamond-tipped blades for cutting hard materials like concrete or masonry.

  2. Tooth Design: Circular saw blades feature a series of teeth along the edge that make the actual cutting. The tooth design can vary, including rip-cut or crosscut teeth. Rip-cut teeth have larger gullets and fewer teeth per inch, making them suitable for cutting with the grain of the material. Crosscut teeth have smaller gullets and more teeth per inch, providing smoother cuts across the grain.

  3. Diameter: The diameter of circular saw blades can range from 4 to 12 inches (10.2 to 30.5 cm) or even larger, depending on the saw and its intended use. The blade diameter determines the maximum depth of cut achievable with the saw.

  4. Arbor Size: Circular saw blades have a central hole called the arbor hole, which fits onto the arbor (shaft) of the circular saw. The arbor size varies, typically ranging from 5/8 inch (15.9 mm) to 1 inch (25.4 mm). It is essential to ensure that the blade's arbor size matches the arbor size of the circular saw for proper fit and safe operation.

  5. Kerf: The kerf refers to the thickness of the slot or cut made by the blade. It is an important specification to consider, as it affects the amount of material wasted during the cutting process. Blades with a thinner kerf tend to generate less waste but may be less durable.

  6. Coating: Some circular saw blades may have special coatings, such as anti-friction or anti-corrosion coatings, to enhance performance and durability. These coatings reduce heat buildup, friction, and protect against rust and corrosion.

  7. Application: Circular saw blades are versatile and used for various cutting tasks, including crosscutting, ripping, miter cutting, bevel cutting, and even specialized applications like cutting laminate flooring, metal, or concrete, depending on the blade type and design.

  8. RPM (Revolutions Per Minute): Each circular saw blade has a recommended maximum RPM specified by the manufacturer. It is crucial to ensure that the blade's RPM rating matches or exceeds the maximum RPM of the circular saw to prevent damage or accidents.

  9. Safety Features: Some circular saw blades may include safety features such as vibration dampening slots or laser-cut expansion slots to reduce noise, vibration, and heat buildup during cutting, improving user comfort and safety.

It's important to note that specific circular saw blades may have additional features or variations based on the manufacturer, blade type, and intended application. Always refer to the manufacturer's guidelines and recommendations for the specific blade you are using to ensure proper usage, safety, and optimal cutting performance.

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  • Blank Circular Saw Blades
  • Blank Circular Saw Blades
  • Blank Circular Saw Blades
  • Blank Circular Saw Blades
Blank Circular Saw Blades

Blank Circular Saw Blades

Rs 700  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 5 Piece

ShapeCircular
MaterialStainless Steel
size12 inch - 48 inch
Country of OriginMade in India

Circular saw blades are a type of cutting tool designed to fit onto a circular saw machine for cutting through various materials such as wood, metal, plastics, and more. The specification of circular saw blades can vary depending on the intended use and the type of material being cut. Here are some of the important specifications to consider:

  1. Diameter: The diameter of the saw blade refers to the size of the blade, which determines the maximum depth of cut. Common sizes for circular saw blades range from 4 inches to 16 inches, with 7-1/4 inches being the most common size for general purpose cutting.

  2. Arbor Size: The arbor size refers to the size of the hole in the center of the blade that fits onto the circular saw's spindle. The arbor size must match the size of the saw's spindle to ensure proper fit and performance.

  3. Kerf: The kerf is the thickness of the cut made by the blade. A thinner kerf results in less material waste, but can also reduce the blade's durability and stability. A thicker kerf provides more stability and durability but can produce more material waste.

  4. Number of Teeth: The number of teeth on a blade determines the quality of the cut and the speed of the cut. Blades with more teeth provide a smoother, finer finish, but also cut slower. Blades with fewer teeth cut faster, but may produce a rougher finish.

  5. Tooth Configuration: The tooth configuration refers to the pattern of teeth on the blade. Common tooth configurations include rip, crosscut, combination, and specialty blades for specific materials such as metal or masonry.

  6. Material: The material used to make the blade can affect its durability, performance, and suitability for specific materials. Blades are typically made from carbide-tipped, high-speed steel, or diamond-tipped for cutting harder materials.

  7. Maximum RPM: The maximum RPM (revolutions per minute) rating for the blade should match or exceed the maximum RPM rating of the circular saw to avoid damage or injury.

It is important to choose the right blade for the job to ensure safety, accuracy, and efficiency.

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