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TMG-PSM26-SB12 12’ Sawmill Ripper³⁷ Bandsaw Blade (made in UK)

$190.00

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SKU TMG-PSM26-SB12-P3
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Product Description

TMG Industrial carries Ripper³⁷ sawmill blades manufactured in UK for its all portable sawmill series PSM26, PSM30 and PSM36. These industry-leading blades are perfect for primary wood processing, timber-ripping, and resaw applications. Thanks to its sharpness and durability, Ripper³⁷ is one of the best options for professional sawyers worldwide. The deep, hardened teeth can withstand up to 100% more re-grinds than competitor’s blades, making the Ripper³⁷ bandsaw blade a truly cost-effective, high-performance solution.

Count on TMG Industrial’s unbeatable offer with Free Shipping and fast delivery in Canada and the USA, along with reliable customer service and parts headquartered in Richmond BC, TMG Industrial portable sawmills and Ripper³⁷ bandsaw blades are unmatched combination introduced to the customers in North America.

12’ Sawmill Ripper³⁷ Bandsaw Blade TMG-PSM26-SB12 is compatible to use with TMG-PSM26 portable sawmill only.

Specifications:

  • Ripper³⁷  blade: 12’ x 1-1/4 x 0.042 x 7/8TS
    • Length: 12’
    • Blade width: 1-1/4’’
    • Blade thickness: 0.042’’
    • Teeth spacing: 7/8’’
  • Carbon steel: approx. 850 HV hardness, 200°C tempering resistance
  • Teeth type: hook tooth at 10° angle
Packaging:
  • Pack of 3: shipping dimension: 18’’ x 18’’ x 8’’, 7 lb
  • Pack of 5: shipping dimension: 24’’ x 24’’ x 7’', 13 lb
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12/31/2021
Grant
Canada Canada

Great Blade.

First impressions of the blades that they cut very well. I did not know you could 'open' the coil that they are shipped in the wrong way. My first test I noticed the blade teeth were travelling the wrong direction to cut. Had to remove the blade and 'pop' the bandsaw blade so the teeth were facing the other direction. Remounted, tensioned and re-aligned and the results were great. Also, make sure to order (or at least get the specs for the blades) when you order the Samwill: It does NOT come with a blade....