TCT Tube Stationary

TCT SAW BLADES FOR TUBES, PIPES OR PROFILES

The size and specifications of the TCT saw blade will depend on the specific requirements of the machine, the cutting task and the type of tube, or profile being cut. Considerations include the blade diameter, number of teeth, and the tooth configuration. Tube stationary saw blades are designed for cutting tubes, pipes or profiles on stationary machines. These saw blades are known for their durability and ability to cut through tough materials, making them suitable for various applications with different steel grades and tensile strengths.

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TCT SAW BLADES TO CUT TUBES, PIPES OR PROFILES

THE ADVANTAGES OF KINS' BLUE TCT TUBE STATIONARY SAW BLADES 

Tube stationary saw blades may vary depending on the industry and the type of materials being cut. These circular saw blades are well known for their high cutting speeds, high output and production rates. The hardness of the tungsten carbide tips allows for efficient cutting through tough materials, resulting in faster and more productive cutting processes. 

 

  • Durable Cutting-Edge 

    Tube stationary saw blades have teeth tipped with tungsten carbide, a hard and durable material. This makes the saw blades resistant to wear and allows for a longer blade life compared to saw blades without carbide tips.

  • Flexibility

    Tube stationary saw blades are versatile and can cut through a variety of materials, including steel, aluminum, and other non-ferrous metals. This flexibility makes them suitable for a wide range of applications in different industries.

  • Precision Cutting 

    The sharpness and hardness of tube stationary saw blades contribute to precision cutting. This is crucial in industries where accuracy and tight tolerances are required.

  • Longer blade life 

    Tube stationary saw blades contribute to a longer blade life. This can result in reduced downtime for blade changes, lower maintenance costs, less waste and increased overall efficiency.

  • Cost effective

    Because tube stationary saw blades have a higher upfront cost compared to some traditional blades, their longer blade life and durability make them cost-effective over the long term, especially in high-volume cutting applications.

Overview KINS’ BLUE tube Stationary

KINS’ BLUE LMT formerly known as: CX3
KINS’ BLUE LMT Performance formerly known as: CH-TL
KINS’ BLUE HT Stabilizer formerly known as: CX5
KINS’ BLUE HT formerly known as: CH-TH
KINS’ BLUE  HT Pro is new in this range
KINS’ BLUE Stainless formerly known as: CX4
KINS’ BLUE Multi formerly known as: CH-TL Multi