216mm Freud Mitre / Snip Circular Saw Blade Id=30 Z=48 Site Range
This thin kerf industrial blade provides a superior finish cut with sliding compound miter saws.
The 5° negative hook angle helps prevent the blade from being too aggressive and pushes the work piece down and towards the fence.
Premium TiCo™ HI-Density Carbide Crosscutting Blend for Maximum Performance.
Negative Hook Angles minimizes climbing for better control.
Thin Kerf requires less power and allows for faster feed rate.
Perma-Shield™ Non-Stick Coating reduces blade drag, protects the blade from corrosion and pitch build-up.
Suitable for Fine Finish Blades For Sliding Miter & Radial Arm Saws. Depth of cut (1/2" min to 2-3/4" max).
ATB (Alternate Top Bevel)
-5° Hook Angle
Depth of Cut 1/2" min - 2 3/4" max
Suitable for hardwoods, softwoods, chipboards and other composite materials. Hardened and strengthened for longer life.
We offer a full and comprehensive saw blade program offering you a site range, workshop range and top high performance saw blades, from the hand held saws to large production lines and logging equipment.
The rule of thumb is the better the blade, the better the tensioning quality of the plate is. This gives a visual quality to your cut edge of your work piece from blades that run true and have less vibration and wobble.
We have available 1000's of blade types to choose from and from some of the best brand names the uk has to offer.
Please check that these blades are suitable for your machine before purchasing
Buying the correct blade for circular and/or mitre saw is essential for safety; yours and that of the product your're cutting.
Please do not hesitate to contact our in house, Woodwork Machinest for Free Of Charge Technical advice.
All prices include Vat and a full Vat receipt will be sent with every purchase.
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|Qty of Teeth (Z)||48|
|Blade Type||Mitre / Snip|
|Tooth Design||Alternate Top Bevel (ATB)|
|Cutting Kerf / Width||2.4mm|
|Range Selection (Brand)||Site range (Freud)|