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Rainford’s New Range is Saw Good

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April 10, 2016


For machine shops producing small precise components, Rainford Precision is now introducing the new Louis Belet range of circular slitting saws. The high quality range of circular saws from Louis Belet is available with an extremely comprehensive choice of saw diameters that include a variety of widths, centre bore diameters, fine or coarse tooth pitches and the respective tooth geometries for slicing through all types of material.
First and foremost, these new circular saw blades are the epitome of precision. The smallest blade width starts at 0.1mm rising in 0.01mm increments. The solid carbide saws will be the perfect complement to a variety of industry sectors and in particular to sliding head turning shops that produce small precision components.
As a general overview, the 223 Series of saws from Louis Belet is offered in diameters from 15 to 160mm with blade widths from 0.1 to 6mm and an option of anything from 20 to 160 teeth. Holding an extensive stock level, Rainford Precision will also have the 225 Series of spiral tooth saws up to 18m wide, the 226 and 227 Series of staggered tooth saws and the 228 Series of 30, 45 and 60 degree angled saws. In addition, the St Helens company will be offering the 229 Series of Biconical saws with 60, 90 and 120 degree point angle, radius tools from 10 to 100mm diameter and even concave saws from 20 to 63mm diameter.
However, the flexibility and diversity of the Louis Belet range goes much further. In fact, if you have a query for a bespoke saw blade with a particular form or geometry demand, please contact Rainford Precision for more details on how they can resolve your issue.