TITMAN EDGE TOOLS - Trade Blade - 250mm diameter 48 tooth 30mm bore TCT fine finish crosscutting saw

Titman Edge TITMAN EDGE TOOLS - Trade Blade - 250mm diameter 48 tooth 30mm bore TCT fine finish crosscutting saw

Item: TB2504830

MPN: TB2504830

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Titman Edge TCT Tools Fine Finish Crosscutting Sawblade 250mm diameter, 30mm bore, 48 tooth with a non-stick coating. Gives a fine finish for crosscutting.

Resin build up and rust on saw blades, over time, contribute to inaccurate, slow cuts. The Titman Edge saw blades benefit from an APSC non-stick coating which helps prevent a build-up of resin and protects against rusting.

During manufacturing, an electrostatic generator ensures this acrylic and polymer coating is absorbed onto the surface of the blade.

Coupled with the tungsten carbide tipped teeth, each blade will run sharp and true for longer.

In simple terms, rather than cutting with a bare steel blade, which is susceptible to rusting and holding onto wood resin, the Titman Edge blade coating literally has a layer of protection against both. 

And there's no need to use expensive PTFE sprays to protect your saw blades.


  • Bore: 30mm
  • Diameter: 250mm
  • Tooth Count: 48
  • Max Speed: 7,600 RPM
  • Kerf: 3mm
  • Rake: 15º Hook
  • Tooth Form: ATB
  • Material Type:
  • Machine Type: Fine Finish Crosscutting Saw
  • Product Code: TB2504830
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  • Weight: 

Understanding Saw Blade Specification:

  • TCP: Triple Chip teeth combine a balanced cutting force, low tooth drag and free chip flow. This helps to eliminate chipping in brittle material such as chipboard, and laminates. This tooth design is also used on blades for cutting non-ferrous material, like aluminium or plastics
  • ATB: Alternative Top Bevel. The teeth have cutting edges on each alternative tooth. The teeth are beveled at oppositive angles. Choose ATB blades for clean cuts with reduced break-outs and/or chipping at the edges
  • Kerf: The term "kerf" is used to describe the thickness of the cut the saw blade makes. It is literally the amount of material expended when making the cut
  • Rake/Hook: the angle of the tip of the saw blade's teeth. Higher positive angles feed the blade faster into the material and are ideal for quick rip cuts in softer wood. Lower positive angles feed the blade more slowly and are better for fine cuts or cutting harder wood. Negative hook angles, usually -5º, are used to prevent self-feeding of materials and give the operator maximum control over the feed of cut

APSC Coated Saw Blades - the Benefits

  • reduced friction between the blade and the material to being cut
  • reduced heat build-up in the blade
  • blade cuts quieter
  • increased blade lifespan
  • blade stays sharp for longer
  • protection against the blade rusting
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