Diameter: The diameter of the blade is 184 mm, or approximately 7.24 inches. This size is often used with handheld circular saws.
Material: The blade is typically made from high-quality, hardened steel with carbide-tipped teeth for longevity and superior cutting performance.
Teeth Count: The number of teeth on the blade can range widely, but for a blade of this size, you might expect anywhere from 24 to 60 teeth. Fewer teeth tend to produce faster, rougher cuts, while more teeth produce slower, finer cuts.
Bore Diameter: The size of the hole in the center of the blade (also known as the arbor size) will depend on the specific saw it’s designed to fit. Common sizes for this type of blade might be 16 mm or 20 mm.
Kerf Width: This is the thickness of the cut the blade makes in the material, which is determined by the thickness of the blade itself. For a blade of this size, you might expect a kerf width of around 2.2 to 3.2 mm.
Maximum RPM: The maximum safe speed at which the blade can spin (measured in revolutions per minute, or RPM) will depend on the design of the blade. For a blade of this size, it might be in the range of 6000 to 8000 RPM.
Suitability: The blade will be suitable for cutting certain materials, often including various types of wood, depending on the specific design of the blade.
Design Features: Premium or "expert" series blades often come with additional features designed to improve performance, such as anti-vibration slots, a special coating to reduce friction and heat, or specific tooth designs for faster, cleaner cuts.
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