Due to their increased cutting capabilities, keeping the blade of your power saw in top condition is vital for achieving and maintaining a high level of work quality and accuracy. Whether you are looking for a replacement for your well-used favourites or are in need of a new blade to meet specific project requirements, RS have a large stock of saw blades for various types of power saws, including bandsaws, circular saws, jigsaws and reciprocating saws.
We have carefully curated our selection of available stock to include high quality products from leading brands such as Bosch, DeWALT, Lenox, Makita and Milwaukee, and we also offer our own RS PRO products for guaranteed professional performance. With a choice of TPI (teeth per inch) ranging from 2 to 36, and a range of blade materials including bi-metal, carbide and carbide-tipped, tungsten carbide, HSS and steel, we're confident that we'll have what you're looking for.
Whether you work with a stationary or a portable bandsaw, the blade's fine teeth help to create a clean cut through most materials. This a perfect tool for intricate woodworking and an invaluable tool for plumbers, welders and metalworkers alike, and so it is important to keep the blade sharp and in good condition. With a choice of bi-metal, HSS or high grade steel saw blades, and TPI options ranging from 6 to 24.
For what are perhaps the most common type of power saw, our range of circular blades come in a variety of diameter sizes ranging from 9.5mm to 30mm. Our available range of circular blades features various material types, including carbide, diamond tipped, steel (regular, hardened and mild) and tungsten carbide.
Designed specifically for creating curved and other non-straight designs and edges in woodworking, jigsaws have short, fine-toothed blades with a wide range of tooth pitches. Our range covers tooth pitches from 0.7mm to 5mm and blade lengths of up to 132mm.
Mainly used for cutting tubing, plastic and wood, reciprocating saws have the potential to come into contact with a lot of different materials during use, making it especially important to ensure your blades are in the best condition. Choose from aluminium, bi-metal, HSS or tungsten carbide blades, among others, with TPIs ranging from 2 to 32.