Saws

No. 825 Heavy-Duty Undercut Saw

This saw undercuts doors in place, inside corner areas, and can undercut masonry walls and hearths. A diamond blade (No. 822) is available as an accessory for undercutting tile and stone. Features slip-proof height adjustment from flush to the floor to as high as one inch using dual lead screws for setting and holding the height. The aluminum ratchet front handle is very durable and folds down for undercutting toe spaces. The powerful 8.15 AMP motor is geared to produce more torque at a lower RPM, and also throws lest dust. Dust port can be attached to a vacuum (not included) for dust collection. Doors as thick as 1 5/8" can be undercut without removal. Comes with carbide blade, masonry composition blade, carrying case, blade wrench, and instructions. Replacement blades: No. 821 Carbide (wood only), No. 805 Masonry, No. 821 Diamond (not included). Net weight: 17 lbs.

No. 812

No. 812 Super Saw

The Super Saw features a powerful 13 AMP motor and a compact design that can operate in tight areas such as closets or pantries. The saw can undercut doors in place, inside corners, and masonry walls and hearths. A diamond blade (No. 822) is available as an accessory for undercutting tile and stone. Blade height is adjustable from flush to the floor to as high as one inch. Doors as thick as 1 ¾" can be undercut without removal. The dust port can be attached to a vacuum (not included) for dust collection The retractable stabilizer produces smooth, solid feel under load. Comes with carbide blade, masonry composition blade, carrying case, blade wrench, and instructions. Replacement blades: No. 821 Carbide (wood only), No. 805 Masonry, No. 821 Diamond (not included). Net weight: 19 lbs.

No. 821

No. 821 Carbide-Tipped Blade

Carbide-tipped replacement blade for the Crain No. 812 Super Saw, No. 820 Heavy-Duty Undercut Saw, or No. 825 Heavy Duty Undercut Saw. The large 6 ½" diameter allows these Crain saws to fully undercut inside corner areas. The 40 carbide teeth and precision-formed steel blade body produces smooth and accurate cuts. For use in undercutting wood doors, wood jambs, wood base or drywall only. Not for use on any metal, masonry, stone, or ceramic tile materials. (See the No. 805 Masonry Blade or No. 822 Diamond Blade for undercut saw blades that cut masonry or stone.) Net weight: 6 oz.

No. 822

No. 822 Diamond Undercut Blade

Accessory 6 ½" diamond blade for the Crain No. 812 Super Saw, No. 820 Heavy-Duty Undercut Saw, or No. 825 Heavy Duty Undercut Saw. This dry-cutting segmented diamond blade is abrasive cutting and provides superior blade life undercutting masonry, ceramic tile, or stone. Not for use on any metal or wood materials. Net weight: 10 oz.

No. 805

No. 805 Masonry Blade

Replacement 6 1/2" diameter masonry blade for Crain No. 800 Super Saw, No. 810 Super Saw, No. 812 Super Saw, No. 820 Heavy-Duty Undercut Saw, or No. 825 Heavy Duty Undercut Saw. This is a dry abrasive cutting composition blade for use in undercutting masonry walls or hearths. Produces approximately seven to ten feet of undercutting depending on material and depth of cut. For use in undercutting masonry materials only. Not for use in cutting any kind of metal. Starting diameter: 6 1/2", thickness: approx. 1/8". Net weight: 6 oz.

No. 575

No. 575 Multi-Undercut Saw

This compact, 7 AMP undercut saw works best for fast undercutting of door jambs. It can also undercut along walls, at inside corner areas, or beneath toe spaces. Height of cut is adjustable from flush to one inch above floor level. Cuts to maximum depth of 1 1/4". Dual-angle depth gauge allows cutting at "straight on" or 45° angles to the wall. Visual depth gauge scale provides precision depth control at 1/8" increments. Handle folds down for undercutting beneath toe spaces. Comes with carbide blade, carrying case, blade wrench, and instructions. Replacement blade: No. 556 Carbide-Tipped Blade only. Net weight: 11 lbs.

No. 556

No. 556 Carbide-Tipped Blade

This replacement carbide-tipped blade is for use on the Crain No. 545 Multi-Undercut Saw or No. 555 Multi-Undercut Saw. It is a 36 tooth approximately 5 ½" diameter blade designed to fully undercut an inside corner area using these Crain saws. For use in cutting wood base, moldings, door jambs, and drywall only. Not for use in cutting metal, masonry, ceramic tile, or stone. Net weight: 6 oz.

No. 775

No. 775 Toe-Kick Saw

The extended spindle, low profile cutting head, and flush-mounted blade of this saw allow it to cut all the way against the inner wall of a toe-kick for removing old underlayment. Saves time and serious hard work! Cuts wood to a fixed depth of 3/4" using the 3 3/8" diameter 18 tooth carbide-tipped blade (No. 787) included with the saw. A continuous rim 2 5/8" dry cutting diamond blade (No. 788) for cutting ceramic tile, brick, concrete, stone, or for removing grout to a fixed depth of 3/8" is available as an accessory. The small diameter No. 788 2 3/4" Toe-Kick Saw Blade cannot be used on this model saw. Model No. 775 Toe-Kick Saw includes a clutch mechanism that may disengage to reduce kickback forces if the saw is abused by cutting curves or cutting backwards, and includes detailed instructions for safe usage. Comes with carrying case and blade wrench. Replacement blades: No .787 Carbide or No. 788 Diamond. Net weight: 13 1/3 lbs.

No. 787

No. 787 Carbide-Tipped Blade

This replacement carbide-tipped blade is for use on Crain Model No. 775, No. 785 or No. 795 Toe-Kick Saws. It is a 3 3/8" diameter blade with 18 carbide teeth and a precision countersunk arbor for flush mounting of the saw's blade screw. Cuts to a fixed depth of 3/4" using the saw. For cutting wood only. Do not use this blade on any metal, ceramic tile, brick, or stone. Net weight: 2 oz

No. 788

No. 788 2 ¾" Toe-Kick Saw Blade

This 2 3/4" diameter carbide-tipped blade is for use with Crain No. 785 and No. 795 Toe-Kick Saws only. When used on these saws, it cuts to a shallower fixed depth of 3/8". The blade has 16 carbide teeth, precision countersunk arbor for flush mounting the blade screw, and two drive holes necessary for receiving the blade driver. Not for use on Model No. 775 Toe-Kick Saw. For cutting wood only. Do not use on any metal, ceramic tile, concrete, or stone. Net weight: 2 oz.

No. 789

No. 789 2 5/8" Toe-Kick Diamond Blade

Accessory diamond blade for use on Crain Model No. 775, No. 785 or No. 795 Toe-Kick Saws. It is a 2 5/8" diameter continuous rim dry cutting diamond blade for cutting ceramic tile, brick, concrete, stone, or for removing grout. It cuts to a fixed depth of 3/8" using the saw. For best results, cut 6 feet maximum, then allow cooling. Do not overheat. Check that chicken wire or expanded metal has not been installed beneath the material to be cut. Avoid cutting wood particularly wood subfloors as this gums up the blade and shortens life - shim up the saw as necessary. Not for use in cutting any metals. Net weight: 2 oz.

No. 336

No. 336 Undercut Saw

This hand undercutting saw has a heavy-duty wood handle, steel bracket, and replaceable 12" blade. The trapezoidal high carbon steel blade includes a row of 10 point teeth on both sides. The saw includes a front knob for working with both hands to increase cutting power. Good for undercutting wood door jambs by hand. Replacement blade: No. 335. Net weight: 1 lb.

No. 335

No. 335 Undercut Saw Blade

Replacement blade for the No. 336 Undercut Saw for hand undercutting of wood door jambs. Blade includes studs for mounting onto the bracket of the No. 336 Undercut Saw. Trapezoidal in shape for clearance. Includes a 12" row of 10-point teeth on both sides. Made from high carbon steel for good blade life. Net weight: 8 oz.

No. 338

No. 338 Flex Undercut Saw

This hand saw has a flexible blade that bends at the floor for undercutting wood door jambs. Both sides of the blade have a nine inch double row of staggered, ultra-fine induction hardened teeth for easier starts, fast cutting action, and smooth results. The long grip allows two-handed use for forceful cutting. Replacement blade: No. 339. Net weight: 11 oz.

No. 339

No. 339 Flex Undercut Repl. Blade

Replacement blade for the Crain No. 338 Flex Undercut Saw. This flexible blade bends at the floor for hand undercutting wood door jambs. Both sides of the blade have a nine inch double row of staggered, ultra-fine induction hardened teeth that make for easier starts, fast cutting action, and smooth results. Includes one replacement blade only. No handle is included with this blade. Net weight: 4.5 oz.

No. 821

No. 821 Carbide-Tipped Blade

Carbide-tipped replacement blade for the Crain No. 812 Super Saw, No. 820 Heavy-Duty Undercut Saw, or No. 825 Heavy Duty Undercut Saw. The large 6 ½" diameter allows these Crain saws to fully undercut inside corner areas. The 40 carbide teeth and precision-formed steel blade body produces smooth and accurate cuts. For use in undercutting wood doors, wood jambs, wood base or drywall only. Not for use on any metal, masonry, stone, or ceramic tile materials. (See the No. 805 Masonry Blade or No. 822 Diamond Blade for undercut saw blades that cut masonry or stone.) Net weight: 6 oz.

No. 822

No. 822 Diamond Undercut Blade

Accessory 6 ½" diamond blade for the Crain No. 812 Super Saw, No. 820 Heavy-Duty Undercut Saw, or No. 825 Heavy Duty Undercut Saw. This dry-cutting segmented diamond blade is abrasive cutting and provides superior blade life undercutting masonry, ceramic tile, or stone. Not for use on any metal or wood materials. Net weight: 10 oz.

No. 805

No. 805 Masonry Blade

Replacement 6 1/2" diameter masonry blade for Crain No. 800 Super Saw, No. 810 Super Saw, No. 812 Super Saw, No. 820 Heavy-Duty Undercut Saw, or No. 825 Heavy Duty Undercut Saw. This is a dry abrasive cutting composition blade for use in undercutting masonry walls or hearths. Produces approximately seven to ten feet of undercutting depending on material and depth of cut. For use in undercutting masonry materials only. Not for use in cutting any kind of metal. Starting diameter: 6 1/2", thickness: approx. 1/8". Net weight: 6 oz.

No. 556

No. 556 Carbide-Tipped Blade

This replacement carbide-tipped blade is for use on the Crain No. 545 Multi-Undercut Saw or No. 555 Multi-Undercut Saw. It is a 36 tooth approximately 5 ½" diameter blade designed to fully undercut an inside corner area using these Crain saws. For use in cutting wood base, moldings, door jambs, and drywall only. Not for use in cutting metal, masonry, ceramic tile, or stone. Net weight: 6 oz.

No. 787

No. 787 Carbide-Tipped Blade

This replacement carbide-tipped blade is for use on Crain Model No. 775, No. 785 or No. 795 Toe-Kick Saws. It is a 3 3/8" diameter blade with 18 carbide teeth and a precision countersunk arbor for flush mounting of the saw's blade screw. Cuts to a fixed depth of 3/4" using the saw. For cutting wood only. Do not use this blade on any metal, ceramic tile, brick, or stone. Net weight: 2 oz

No. 788

No. 788 2 ¾" Toe-Kick Saw Blade

This 2 3/4" diameter carbide-tipped blade is for use with Crain No. 785 and No. 795 Toe-Kick Saws only. When used on these saws, it cuts to a shallower fixed depth of 3/8". The blade has 16 carbide teeth, precision countersunk arbor for flush mounting the blade screw, and two drive holes necessary for receiving the blade driver. Not for use on Model No. 775 Toe-Kick Saw. For cutting wood only. Do not use on any metal, ceramic tile, concrete, or stone. Net weight: 2 oz.

No. 789 2 5/8" Toe-Kick Diamond Blade

Accessory diamond blade for use on Crain Model No. 775, No. 785 or No. 795 Toe-Kick Saws. It is a 2 5/8" diameter continuous rim dry cutting diamond blade for cutting ceramic tile, brick, concrete, stone, or for removing grout. It cuts to a fixed depth of 3/8" using the saw. For best results, cut 6 feet maximum, then allow cooling. Do not overheat. Check that chicken wire or expanded metal has not been installed beneath the material to be cut. Avoid cutting wood particularly wood subfloors as this gums up the blade and shortens life - shim up the saw as necessary. Not for use in cutting any metals. Net weight: 2 oz.

No. 335

No. 335 Undercut Saw Blade

Replacement blade for the No. 336 Undercut Saw for hand undercutting of wood door jambs. Blade includes studs for mounting onto the bracket of the No. 336 Undercut Saw. Trapezoidal in shape for clearance. Includes a 12" row of 10-point teeth on both sides. Made from high carbon steel for good blade life. Net weight: 8 oz.

No. 339

No. 339 Flex Undercut Repl. Blade

Replacement blade for the Crain No. 338 Flex Undercut Saw. This flexible blade bends at the floor for hand undercutting wood door jambs. Both sides of the blade have a nine inch double row of staggered, ultra-fine induction hardened teeth that make for easier starts, fast cutting action, and smooth results. Includes one replacement blade only. No handle is included with this blade. Net weight: 4.5 oz.

No. 803

No. 803 Combination Blade

This is an economical steel-toothed blade for use on the discontinued Crain Model Nos. 800 and 810 Super Saws. It has 100 steel teeth. The arbor hole is precision countersunk for flush mounting the blade screw, and the body has two drive holes to accept the two nubs on the blade driver for these model saws. For cutting wood or dry wall only. Do not use on any metal, ceramic tile, concrete or stone. Net weight: 10 oz.

No. 804

No. 804 Carbide Blade

This is a carbide-tipped blade for use on discontinued Crain Model Nos. 800 and 810 Super Saws. It has 40 carbide teeth to produce a smooth cut and long life. When cutting flush to the floor, the blade thickness produces a cut with just the right height for fitting vinyl floors underneath. Arbor hole is precision countersunk for flush mounting the blade screw. Body includes two drive holes for accepting the two nubs on the blade driver for these model saws. For use in cutting wood only. Do not use on any metal, ceramic tile, concrete, or stone. Net weight: 10 oz.

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