Lawn Saw Blade – Alloy

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A lawn saw blade alloy refers to the material composition of the blade used in a lawn saw. The term “alloy” indicates that the blade is made from a mixture of different metals, combining their properties to enhance the overall performance and durability of the saw blade. The specific alloy composition can vary, but commonly used materials include steel alloys that provide strength, sharpness, and resistance to wear and corrosion. The choice of alloy in a lawn saw blade is crucial for ensuring efficient cutting, longevity, and resistance to the environmental conditions encountered during lawn and garden use.

1. Material: Carbon steel & Tungsten carbide teeth
2. Heat treated
3. Spare Ring: 1pc*20mm
4. For cutting brush.



  1. Pruning Trees and Shrubs:
    • Trimming and shaping trees and shrubs to maintain their health and appearance.
    • Removing dead or overgrown branches to encourage proper growth.
  2. Branch and Limb Cutting:
    • Cutting through larger branches and limbs that may be obstructing paths, driveways, or structures.
  3. Landscaping:
    • Assisting in landscaping tasks, such as cutting through thick vegetation or overgrown areas to create clearings.
  4. Clearing Brush:
    • Clearing out underbrush and thick vegetation in areas where lawnmowers or other tools may be less effective.
  5. DIY Woodworking Projects:
    • Some lawn saws can be used for smaller woodworking tasks, such as crafting garden structures or making firewood.
  6. Emergency Tree Removal:
    • Quickly removing fallen or damaged branches and limbs after storms or other emergencies.
  7. Harvesting and Pruning Fruit Trees:
    • Harvesting fruits from trees.
    • Pruning fruit trees to enhance yield and maintain tree health.
  8. Cutting Through Tough Materials:
    • Some lawn saws with specialized blades can cut through tougher materials like PVC pipe, plastic, or certain metals.
  9. General Garden Maintenance:
    • Assisting in various garden maintenance tasks, including cutting through roots or dense vegetation.
  10. Construction and Renovation:
    • In some cases, lawn saws with appropriate blades can be used in construction or renovation projects for cutting wood or other materials.
SKU: AHS91413 Category:


25.4 MM X 40T X 255 MM

Safety measures and precautions

  1. Read the Manual:
    • Familiarize yourself with the manufacturer’s instructions and safety guidelines provided in the user manual. This includes information on proper usage, maintenance, and safety precautions specific to your lawn saw.
  2. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Always wear appropriate safety gear, including safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from debris, ear protection to reduce noise, gloves for hand protection, and sturdy, and non-slip footwear.
  3. Inspect the Saw:
    • Before each use, inspect the lawn saw for any signs of damage, loose parts, or wear. Ensure that all safety features, such as blade guards, are intact and functioning properly.
  4. Secure Work Area:
    • Clear the work area of any obstacles, debris, or potential tripping hazards. Ensure good visibility and sufficient lighting.
  5. Maintain a Firm Grip:
    • Hold the lawn saw with a firm grip using both hands. Maintain a stable stance with your feet shoulder-width apart for better balance.
  6. Avoid Loose Clothing:
    • Wear fitted clothing and avoid loose items that could get caught in the saw blade. Tie back long hair and remove any jewelry that could pose a risk.
  7. Keep Hands Clear:
    • Keep your hands away from the cutting area, and never attempt to remove debris or adjust the blade while the saw is running. Use a stick or tool to clear away cut material.
  8. Be Mindful of Kickback:
    • Be aware of the potential for kickback, which occurs when the saw blade binds or catches in the material being cut. Maintain a secure grip and position to minimize the risk of losing control.
  9. Use Proper Technique:
    • Follow recommended cutting techniques and angles as outlined in the user manual. Do not force the saw; let the blade do the work.
  10. Switch Off When Not in Use:
    • Always switch off the lawn saw and wait for the blade to come to a complete stop before setting it down or walking away.
  11. Store Safely:
    • Store the lawn saw in a secure location, out of reach of children, and ensure that it is properly stored when not in use.
  12. Stay Alert:
    • Avoid distractions and stay focused on the task at hand. If you’re fatigued or not fully attentive, it’s best to take a break and resume when you can concentrate on the job.

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