Tools and Equipment
Lenox T2 Technology in demolition and wood recip saw blades
February 7, 2011 By Anthony Capkun
February 07, 2011
Lenox—a manufacturer of power tool accessories, hand tools, torches, solder and band saw blades—has expanded its T2 Technology to demolition and wood reciprocating saw blades. The patent-pending T2 Technology blades deliver 100% longer blade life and 25% faster cutting, says Lenox, compared to its previous generation of demolition and wood recip saw blades. In addition to long blade life, T2 demolition blades are the widest blades in the demolition category, boasts the company, and provide durability and control when cutting through the toughest construction materials. T2 blades also have optimized tooth geometry for each Tooth Per Inch (TPI) blade specification. Each TPI has a unique tooth shape and set pattern to minimize friction and cut more efficiently. The Lenox T2 wood-cutting recip saw blades have a tooth geometry that lasts longer and cuts faster in nail-embedded wood, boasts Lenox. Additionally, the 6-in. wood-cutting blade has a new plunge-cutting tooth design on the tip of the blade that makes plunge cuts faster and easier.
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