CTD will power through sheet, stainless steel up to 25mm (1") thickness, enclosures, pipework and structural steel work with either a fixed or portable drill, in a fraction of the time taken by a standard hole saw.
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- Order number: 33505850
- Supplier Name: Starrett
- EAN: 0049659011708
The new Starrett Carbide Tipped Deep Cut hole saw (CTD) is the perfect solution for repeated intensive drilling in mild and stainless steel, cast iron, aluminium and copper of all thicknesses up to and including 25mm (1”). Starrett CTD hole saws feature three different angles ground on to the cutting face of each tooth on the saw. This 3-Ply tooth grind delivers a fast cut, minimal snag when the saw begins the cut, efficient swarf removal minimising heat build up, and maximum saw life.
- 3-Ply tooth grind on each tooth delivers maximum performance and makes the saw much more robust than 2-Ply equivalents.
- Supplied as one piece with no need for assembly.
- Can be used with fixed or portable drills, mains power or cordless.
- All saws are supplied with an ejector spring to aid ejection of the core from the saw.
- Replacement pilot drills are available.
The L.S. Starrett Company, founded in 1880, manufactures more than 5,000 variations of Precision Tools, Gages, Measuring Instruments and Saw Blades for industrial, professional and consumer markets worldwide.
Starrett, a leader who has set the standard for fine precision tools in industry for over 140 years, has rightfully earned the title, "World's Greatest Toolmakers".
"Like all businesses, however large or complex, this one started with a man and an idea. The man was Laroy S. Starrett; his idea was 'to invent something useful that people would want.' Countless others have had a similar idea, the difference here was in the quality of the man. L.S. Starrett’s outstanding characteristic was confidence in himself; he was a man who in spite of one setback after another refused to admit defeat. He had unusual ability, vision and enterprise, but without his high courage this story of the foundation and growth of 'the world’s greatest toolmakers' could never have been written..."