The Chipbreaker tooth form is most effective for tube and profile cutting, particularly with PVD coated saw blades. It minimizes burr formation even at high cutting rates. It requires a stronger motor and allows the highest speeds. At high speeds the tube walls should not be too thin.


The HZ tooth form is most suitable for cutting solids and thick walled tubes. The roughening tooth is bevelled on both sides and is between 0,2mm and 0,3mm higher than the square finishing tooth. Tooth pitch higher than 4mm.


All teeth of tooth form BW are beveled alternatively. It is most suitable for cutting light gauge tubes and sections made of steel or non-ferrous metals. Tooth pitch 4mm or smaller.


Tooth form B is used for cutting very thin walled pipes and profiles. It is best applied for thin saw blades.