Tissue Paper Cutting Log Saw Blade

Extra clean cuts – extra long blade life!

BLECHER tissue paper log saw blades feature precise, clean cuts and extended cutting longevity. Designed for high speeds of up to 280 strokes per minute and also made for high dense rolls they offer extraordinary productivity at blade diameters up to 1,200 mm. Perfected for hygienic paper, toilet paper, kitchen paper, paper towels and many more tissue paper items.

Tissue Paper Cutting Log Saw BladeAvailable optionsAvailable main dimensionsSpecificationsAccessories

Sawing machine:

Orbital log saws made by Bretting, Futura, Italconverting, MTC, PCMC, Perini and others with 1 – 4 lanes and for roll diameters 90-400 mm

Available options:

  • Teflon® or PTFE coating for reduced friction and temperature with limited durability
  • Duraloy™ thermos-chemical plating with increased hardness and durability for reduced friction and temperature

Available main dimensions:

Durchmesser mm
Diameter mm
Stärke mm
Thickness mm
Watenlänge mm
Secondary Bevel lenght mm
Primary level
Bohrung mm
Bore hole mm
Gewindebohrungen mm
Tapped Holes mm
610 3,0 100 2 x 7,0° 100
4,76 190 4/ 1/4“/203,2 mm
4/ 11/102 mm
4/ 11/108 mm
210 68,26
230 82,55
710 4,76 190 60
230 4/ 1/4“/203,2mm
810 6,0 245 2 x 7,5° 4/ 1/4“/180mm
870 5,0/6,0 250 &
1000 8,0 340 4/ 1/4/254mm
1200 10,0 340


  • Typ RazorCut™ Steel grades in quality rated order
  • 1.2235 Chrome-Vanadium 80CrV2 = basis steel with fair wear resistance
  • 1.2379 High Chrom/High Carbon X153CrMoV12 = standard steel quality with very good ability for hardening and, because of a 12% Chromium alloy, excellent cutting longevity and wear resistance
  • 1.3343 HSS DMo5 S6-5-2 = premium steel for highest demand in wear resistance and cutting speed

A Finish of side faces

With two-sided compound bevel consisting of secondary and primary bevel Geometry of bevel optimized for the application. Polished bevel for minimum friction.


CBN grinding wheels with miscellaneous and optimized specs.

BLECHER Quality features

Application oriented selection of blade material

Material selection from a wide range of different alloys and characteristics for application dependent wear life, hardness, stability and toughness, e.g. 51Mn7mod., 75Cr1, 80CrV2, 73WCrMoV2-2, X155CrVMo12-1, S 6-5-2, BLECHER proprietary steel grades BL50, BL55 & BL60/BL80

Individual tooth geometries

Tooth and cutting edge geometry optimized to each customer-specific application

100% Made in Germany

All materials used for BLECHER saw blades have been made in Germany

Thermal stress relieve

Blades are thermally stress relieved to eliminate uncontrollable and unwanted residual stresses from the material rolling process which potentially can create performance deviations during use

Tempering with multiple annealing

Technically matured annealing processes with most advanced furnaces, for hardening and (where appropriate multiple) tempering

Thermochemical platings

Thermos-chemical platings and hard material coatings available for higher cutting speeds and reduced wear

BLECHER CBN grinding

In-house developed grinding machine produces a cutting edge that is ready to use and with lowest height run-out, eliminates the need for grind-in

Cool Grinding

In-house developed “cool grinding” technology with most modern PLC controlled grinding machines reduce heat impact during processing and avoid unwanted residual stress

Controlled tensioning

Targeted, controlled, reproducible and application oriented blade tensioning guarantees straight cuts with no deviations even across numerous service cycles

Consistent documentation

Consistent documentation of all use materials, manufacturing steps and measuring results including from final inspection for each production job

BLECHER balancing process

Advanced balancing methods produce best possible true running results at high blade speeds for tools with non-parallel sides (hollow or bevel ground)

Highest environmental standards

Technically matured annealing processes with most advanced furnaces, for hardening and (where appropriate multiple) tempering