2016 Release: KO-SU.
The KO-SU technology, by Kamikaze, seeks to build a sheet with 4 different cutting angles for greater accuracy. These teeth prevent infections in pruning by leaving behind a smooth surface with a regular cut.
In short, KO-SU technology is an evolution in our tradition of making reliable and accurate tools that accompany the farmer.
Saws with KO-SU:
The Kamikaze Technology goes beyond materials. It is a product philosophy in search of a quality suitable for daily work in crops.
IMPULSE HARDENED TEETH
Saws tooth are hardened with high temperatures allows a harder blade. No need to be sharpened, giving a long life to the blade, as three times the traditional tooth.
The blade’s cross section, in the upper part, is thin and ticket in the teeth part. This cause reduced friction, faster and more comfortable work.
The disposal of teeth allows them only to touch the piece of wood, reducing the blade’s rubbing over the wood, giving a perfect and regular cut, with less resistance and not damaging the wood.
Ideal for pruning green woods. Helps to evacuate the resin and sap from cutting zone, allowing to work over clean sections in a comfortable and fast way.
HARD CHROME PLATED BLADES
The blades are covered with hard chrome, hardening its surface. It makes them more resistant to deterioration, the action of the sap, and trees’ resin. Stainless steel can be cleaned simply with water.
Over-injected rubber in the handle permits easy work with no fatigue, preventing hand slippage. The sheath allows quickly unsheathed saw with one hand.
At Kamikaze, our goal is to create comfortable and durable tools
The Kamikaze blades, unlike most Japanese manufacturers teeth, is made of steel SK-4 enriched in carbon, which gives greater elasticity and strength to the sheet.
MORE ACCURATE CUTTING
Unlike traditional blades, the teeth of the Kamikaze blades are sharpened by a computer guided disk. As a result, a perfect symmetry in the entire sheet ensures constant cutting action.
The teeth of the Kamikaze blades are hardened by pulses with a 900HV-950HV hardness (67-68 degrees HRC). This process allows the edge to last up to three times more than the traditional tooth.
Made with two-component plastic, the Kamikaze handle has rubber injection, which improves grip for a more comfortable and safer work.
The Kamikaze grip is designed and manufactured to increase comfort, reduce stress and reduce vibrations during cutting. Even without the use of gloves.
The technology of the Kamikaze blades seeks a cleaner cut due to its manufacturing process called Hollow Ground, which minimizes the friction of the blade and wood diminishing the chips generated during work.