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August 04, 2015 2:35 PM ET

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Company Overview of American Saw & Mfg. Company, Inc.

Company Overview

American Saw & Mfg. Company, Inc. engages in designing, testing, manufacturing, and marketing power tool accessories, hand tools, band saw blades, torches, solders, and accessories. Its band saw blades include carbide blades, bi-metal blades, carbon blades, wood cutting blades, sawing tools, and sawing fluids and lubricants. The company’s power tool accessories comprise reciprocating blades, hole saws, drilling and hole making products, portable band saw blades, jig saw blades, and metal cutting circular saw blades. Its hand tools include hand saws and blades, utility knives and blades, tubing cutters, snips and HVAC tools, pipe wrenches, and screw/nut drivers; solder and accessories compris...

301 Chestnut Street

East Longmeadow, MA 01028-2742

United States

Founded in 1915

Phone:

413-525-3961

Fax:

413-525-2336

Key Executives for American Saw & Mfg. Company, Inc.

Group President of Tools & Hardware
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

American Saw & Mfg. Company, Inc. Key Developments

LENOX Introduces First Curved Reciprocating Saw Blade in North America

LENOX introduced a curved reciprocating saw blade. The curved design, T2 Technology and precision applied titanium coating come together in the new LENOXGold Power Arc Curved Blades to deliver up to two times the cutting life of standard LENOX straight blades. The LENOX Gold Power Arc Curved Blades are designed for wood and metal cutting, as well as demolition and extreme heavy metal cutting applications. The Power Arc's curved design optimizes the cutting angle, allowing the blade to cut aggressively and more efficiently versus a straight blade. In a series of laboratory tests using typical reciprocating saw parameters, Power Arc blades outperformed competitive brands when cutting materials such as nail-embedded wood, black pipe, uni-strut and other common construction materials. An aggressive blade design and proprietary technologies, such as T2 Technology and a titanium coating, enable LENOX Gold Power Arc Curved Blades to achieve extended life. T2 Technology and the precision applied titanium coating help to disperse heat – a common reason reciprocating saw blades wear out quickly, allowing the blade to last longer.

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