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23TL85 20-221 UNSPSC # 27111508

Utility Saw, 15 in Overall Length, Blade Length 10 in, Steel

  • Item # 23TL85
  • Mfr. Model # 20-221
  • UNSPSC # 27111508
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

The broad, large-toothed blade of carpenter's saws makes straight cuts through wood in woodworking and carpentry applications. They typically cut on both the push and pull stroke. Their large handle supports the heel of the blade and angles with the back of the blade to direct force onto material being cut. The enclosed handle grip keeps the user's fingers away from the blade to prevent injuries.

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Utility Saw, 15 in Overall Length, Blade Length 10 in, Steel

  • Item # 23TL85
  • Mfr. Model # 20-221
  • UNSPSC # 27111508
  • Catalog Page # N/A
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

The broad, large-toothed blade of carpenter's saws makes straight cuts through wood in woodworking and carpentry applications. They typically cut on both the push and pull stroke. Their large handle supports the heel of the blade and angles with the back of the blade to direct force onto material being cut. The enclosed handle grip keeps the user's fingers away from the blade to prevent injuries.

Technical Specs

  • Item Utility Saw
  • Blade Length 10 in
  • Blade Material Steel
  • Blade Width 2 in
  • Cutting Action Straight
  • Cutting Edge Type Serrated
  • Features Aggressive 3-Sided Tooth Design Cuts Wood 50% Faster Than Conventional Handsaws, Induction-Hardened Teeth Stay Sharp Up To 5X Longer Than Standard Teeth, Multipurpose Saw For A High-Quality Finish
  • Hand Saw Application Wood
  • Hand Saw Product Type Carpenter Saws
  • Handle Material Wood
  • Material Application Plastic, PVC, Wood
  • Overall Length 15 in
  • Teeth per Inch 11
  • Non-Sparking No

The broad, large-toothed blade of carpenter's saws makes straight cuts through wood in woodworking and carpentry applications. They typically cut on both the push and pull stroke. Their large handle supports the heel of the blade and angles with the back of the blade to direct force onto material being cut. The enclosed handle grip keeps the user's fingers away from the blade to prevent injuries.

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