Circular saws for wood
The blade is the basic element of every circular saw. Its size, condition and number as well as the size of the teeth have a huge impact on the quality and efficiency of our work. The discs can be roughly divided into precision cutting discs, universal discs, and widia discs. One of the basic issues that should be considered before buying saw blade for wood is the type of material we will work with. Circular saws are primarily used for cutting wooden elements such as: boards, fence posts, OSB boards or floor panels.
Wood discs in the Wasserman store-
The blades of brand manufacturers available in our offer ensure high cutting precision, low vibration and low noise levels. The discs are made of very high-quality steel and are equipped with expansion slots, i.e. special cuts in the body that reduce vibration, noise and dissipate heat. Thanks to such openings, the disc heats up less and is therefore much more durable. When choosing a blade, first of all, pay attention to the number of teeth, it is them that determine the precision and speed of cutting. In our store you can buy blades with a small number of teeth for fast cutting of soft wood. Blades with more teeth (30-96) designed for slow precision cutting. High-quality circular saw blades are equipped with carbide-tipped teeth for a smoother saw blade and less jamming in the wood to be cut. In addition, such blades can be re-sharpened, which increases the useful life of the disc.
What shields, for what wood?
For hardwoods, we should buy blades with more than 30 teeth. The more there are, the better. For softwood, a blade with up to approximately 15-20 teeth is sufficient. On the other hand, for wet wood, due to the fact that the blades can slip, choose blades that were made of the appropriate material, do not decide on random cheap products, because they may not withstand work in such conditions. Circular saws available from Wasserman have teeth made of HM tungsten carbides and are mainly intended for longitudinal and transverse cutting of solid wood, plywood, wood panels and wood-based materials. The discs have expansion holes, so the temperature formed on the rim during operation is discharged deep into the body and thus the disc is more resistant to deformation and deformation during operation.