FOUR Blade Pack
CARBIDE tipped Trimmer - Brush Cutter Blade 230mm--100 teeth, Will fit with blade guard off your trimmer.
Did you know that a carbide blade will last approximately 10x longer than a conventional steel blade...but without costing 10x more in price... making it an incredible value.
This blade will fit any Trimmer-Brushcutter that takes a 1", 25.4mm or 20mm arbor. Our blade is built for any RPM even super high RPM Trimmers (10,000+ rpm). Manufactured with a more flexible steel as compared to the much more brittle steel found with table saw blades (table saw blades can shatter if they hit an obstacle, plus they are only built for approx. 3,450 rpm so they should never be used with Gasoline powered Garden Trimmers). The carbide tips are welded-brazed on and will not come off.
NOTE: sorry, but we have NO answers regarding your particular Trimmer/brushcutter. It is up to you alone to determine whether:
(1) a Blade can even be attached to your Trimmer.
(2) what blade hardware is available for your particular Trimmer such as: fittings, blade guards, or attachments.
(3) The arbor size it takes.
25.4mm = 1"......but also 20mm with reducer washer.
230mm .... this means the radius is approx 115mm allowing for sapplings & tree limbs up to 230mm thick to be cut clean through if you cut from both sides of the sappling or tree limb.
100 Teeth...alter top bevel design
Note about teeth: the more teeth the smoother the cut and less prone to seizing in a tree limb, which is important when wielding a blade at the end of semi-flexible Trimmer shaft. More teeth creates more aggregate cutting surfaces for longer lasting durability. The more teeth the better for trimming hedges, since less teeth make a more ugly jagged-tearing-ripping cut. More teeth works better with brambles like black berry bushes. The more Carbide teeth a blade has, the more time and money it takes to make it. You will find a distinct smoother feel with our 100 tooth blade over the standard 40 tooth Steel or Carbide blades you find for most Trimmers. Always look at the total number of teeth for aggregate cutting surface when comparing blades.
OUR BLADE SIZES & LONGEVITY:
Note about Our Blade Sizes and longevity: We estimate that our 230mm blade will last approx 10-20% longer than our 203mm blade due to having more aggregate cutting surface with 100 teeth over 80 teeth. But our 203mm will fit with your blade guard on. So if safety is more your concern, although having a smaller segment of the blade cutting (approx 45% that is exposed through the blade guard), then our 203mm blade is better for you. On the other hand, Professional Gardeners normally want the whole blade cutting through brush, tree limbs or hedging and don't use a blade guard anyway, so the 9" is a better value for them. Keep in mind that our 230mm blade will outlast any other carbide blade with less than our 100 teeth; a competing seller on ebay offers a 40 tooth caribide as an example (and he charges more money).
WHAT IS CARBIDE:
Primarily Carbide cutting blades are made with Tungsten or Titanium but can have other super strong alloys mixed in such as: hafnium, vanadium, niobium, tantalum, chromium, molybdenum, cobalt and others. Carbide is reputed to be one of the hardest-strongest alloys known to man.
--------------------------- PAYMENTS ACCEPTED:
UNITED KINGDOM : via USPS Priority Mail International (6 to 10 days estimated delivery time). £FREE.
The blade will ship in a clear plastic bag along with a clear rubberized plastic strip around the blade tips as shown in some of the pictures.
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Some Recent FEEDEBACKS:
||BrushCutter cuts 1"+ brush "like butter!" Much better than 3 blade & Stays sharp
||CARBIDE brush cutter, Trimmer, Brushcutter BLADE New 9" (#140210732607)
||Best blade I've ever used, Cuts like A straight Razor!!! many thanks!
||CARBIDE brush cutter, Trimmer Brushcutter BLADE New AUS (#310021713952)
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& Arbor Hole
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teeth: Blades typically come with ordinary plain steel teeth or CARBIDE teeth.
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can last up to 10 times longer than a standard plain steel blade but cost
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