Ripping lumber can really put a strain on a contractor or benchtop saw, especially in thick material. The long stringy chips ripping generates pack into the shallow gullets of high tooth count blades, creating heat build-up as they are repeatedly cut. This blades' deep gullets avoid that, so you get edges that are virtually “glue-line” smooth.
CMT # 250.024.10
|Product Group||Bits Blades & Abrasives|
|Sub-Category||Circular Saw Blades|
|MATERIAL TO CUT d||Wood|
|MATERIAL TO CUT||No|
|TOOTH TYPE||ATB (Alternating Top Bevel)|
|FOR USE WITH||No|