Hacksaws can be used for a variety of materials, but most common they are for carpentry and joinery work. Carpentry tools are designed for cutting dried wood, providing accurate work exactly in the markup. Joinery hacksaws are designed for rough operation – sawing logs, timber, pruning trees etc. The hacksaws have specific parameters, which can affect the work quality. There are four basic features when choosing a tool: the length of the blade, the size of the teeth, the tape of steel and handle. The length of saw blade is chosen so that it is twice longer than the material thickness at the cutting site. This allows you to extract the sawdust during the work. In addition, this ratio of the hacksaw size and the lumber contributes to a greater range of hand movement. This, in turn, takes less energy. If you can’t choose a matching tool or equipment, please call us and our managers will do their best to help you.