BiMETAL Sawmill Blades
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The combination of two different kinds of steel
BiMetal offers durability and fatigue resistance, resulting in a longer sharp life than MaxFlex or DoubleHard, especially when cutting harder, exotic wood species.
Description BiMETAL Sawmill Blades
BiMETAL is made of two kinds of steel: alloy steel for the carrier material and High-Speed Steel for the tooth tip. In the manufacturing process, the tooth tip in the form of a wire is merged with the carrier by laser welding, and in the later stages, it’s shaped to the right profile. Generally used for primary breakdown sawing in portable or industrial sawmill operations.
BiMETAL blades hold a sharpened edge up to three times longer than carbon blades and can be resharpened multiple times with a CBN grinding wheel. BiMETAL sawmill blades offer a longer sawing sharp life than most carbon and high-alloy blades and are engineered for production sawing environments.