Circular Saw Blade for Wood 24 Tooth

From £8.65

Don’t just saw, slice through wood with ease using the Circular Saw Blade for Wood 24 Tooth.

This powerful blade features K20 ATB Carbide teeth to deliver longer blade life and faster cutting speeds on all types of wood – hardwood, softwood, plywood, MDF and more.

With a thin kerf design, you’ll make clean, precise cuts, available in 180, 185mm diameters.

Make every cut count and save time with a blade engineered for superior performance.


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Circular Saw Blade for Wood 24 Tooth:-

With 24 sharp carbide teeth, you’ll tear through wood smoothly and efficiently. The thin kerf decreases cutting resistance for fast, accurate cuts. Hardened teeth stay sharp longer, resulting in a durable blade that stands up to heavy use. Suitable for all types of woodworking and construction projects.

Finally, the K20 carbide tipped teeth prevent splintering and deliver clean edges. No more ragged cuts or splinters. Just smooth, professional results. Work smarter, not harder with this circular saw blade optimised for cutting wood.

Explanation of the terms:

YG8:- YG8 carbide is composed of 92% tungsten carbide and 8% cobalt (WC-8Co). The addition of cobalt enhances the toughness and strength of the material.

YG8 carbide is known for its high hardness, wear resistance, and ability to withstand high temperatures. It is commonly used for cutting and drilling applications in various industries, including metalworking, woodworking, and mining. The specific properties of YG8 make it suitable for tasks where a durable and hard cutting edge is required.

ATB: This stands for Alternate Top Bevel, which describes the tooth geometry on a saw blade. In an ATB configuration, the cutting edges alternate between a positive and negative angle. A tooth design is commonly used in woodworking applications, providing a good balance between ripping and cross-cutting capabilities. The alternating bevels help reduce tear-out on both sides of the cut.

24 Tooth: While a 24-tooth blade excels in speed and material removal, it may leave a rougher surface compared to blades with more teeth. If a smoother finish is desired, especially in hardwoods, you might consider using a blade with a higher tooth count. The choice of the saw blade depends on the specific cutting task and the desired balance between speed and finish quality.


(Note: Should there be any difference between the data on the disc and that in the table below – use the data values on the disc)

Stock No Outer Diameter Bore Size (mm) Max RPM Blade
Kerf Suitable for
TAC434424 160mm

(6 1/4ins)

includes reducer for 16mm
9,000 1.4mm 2.2mm Circular Saw
TAC435019 180mm

(7 ins)

includes reducer for 16mm
8,000 1.4mm 2.4mm Circular Saw
TAC434624 185mm

(7 1/4ins)

includes reducer for 16mm
8,000 1.4mm 2.2mm Circular Saw, Mitre Saw