DeSoutter Cast Saw Blades
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MedRepair has been the Sole DeSoutter Medical Authorized OEM Trained Cast Cutter Repair Company in USA Since 1996
- Longevity dependant on cast application, thickness, dryness, cutting technique & condition of blade.
- Depending on number of casts per day – typical daily usage in a fracture clinic would be 20 casts at 2 minutes per cast.
- Always use according to operating instructions.
- Remove blade for cleaning and wash with soap, water & a brush.
6250 PTFE (Teflon) coated: MOST COMMON BLADE USED
- Ideally for plaster of Paris material due to the fine tooth form. Lasts up to approx 3-4 weeks if used on 'synthetic' material and approx. 5-6 weeks if used on plaster of Paris in a busy fracture clinic. Teflon coated, base material chromium plated, high-grade carbon steel.
- Teflon is black aesthetic visual identification coating only, wears off from tips almost straight away. Base material is very hard so is not bad for cutting synthetics.
3950 TiN (Titanium) coated:
- Good for synthetic. Hard, large tooth form, very long lasting. Lasts approx. 8-10 weeks. Titanium nitride, base material hardened stainless steel.
7960 Stainless steel:
- Same as the TiN except not quite as long lasting because without the TiN (Titanium) coating, lasts approx 6 weeks if used on synthetic material in a busy fracture clinic. (This is usually the best alternative to offer against the cheaper PTFE blades). Base material hardened stainless steel.
11410 Ion nitride:
- Large tooth form, hard, durability similar to TiN. Seems to cut cooler with reduced burning possibility. Not as expensive as TiN. Very good for all applications, good performance & long lasting.