What is impulse-hardening teeth?
Impulse hardening is the modern method of creating a saw blade with a long working life.
The teeth are hardened by means of wave impulses with a very high peak power and a special high frequency. It means sawteeth will stay sharper for longer.
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This universal hand saw has a 1mm thicker blade adding stability to each stroke. Its water-lacquer blade coating provides smooth cuts. A triple ground tooth process makes teeth much sharper if compared to traditional tooth saws. Impulse-hardening teeth ensures longer lasting sharpness. The screwed handle with perfect rubberized grip can be used for an approximate 45° and 90° marking guide. It's perfect for cutting wood, lumber, plywood, and more.
This Japanese style double edge saw puts two saws into one. One side with 7TPI teeth is designed for faster cuts in all wood and the other side with 15TPI teeth is used for finer and cleaner cuts not only in wood but also in bamboo and plastic. Each tooth in both sides has three cutting edges to cut up to 50% faster than traditional double edge saws and is impulse hardened for durability. A longer handle allows woodworking users to hold the saw with two hands and gives users the comfortable and sturdy feel.
This replaceable straight folding saw comes with two different saw blades which are made of high-quality SK5 Japanese high carbon steel. One features triple-grinding hard point teeth for pruning and trimming. The other with special ED black coating is easy to cut pvc and metal tubes. The locking system with a wing nut ensures easy blade changes. Two cutting positions allows users to do cutting with ease, even in awkward areas. This folding saw is ideal for gardening, landscaping, camping and home cutting jobs.
A 6 inch (150mm) SK5 high carbon steel blade with hardened file tooth pattern provides good cuts performance on wallboard, drywall, gypsum board, plywood, and other building materials. This drywall saw has a sharpened point at the tip to plunge into boards easily without requiring a hole drilling first. The screwed two-component handle is ergonomically designed to give users a comfortable handle feel, no slip, safety at work and cutting efficiency and also has a hole at the end for convenient hanging.