Surgical Saw Blades

For those who care about details

Durable. Stylish. That's all you need.

Advantages are endless

Equal Thickness On All Surface

Product Quality

No surprise in the cutting block

ACF guarantees equal thickness at every point on the blade surface.

This allows to obtain a smooth area in the cutting.

Most Trustful Stainless Steel

Product Quality

AISI 420B / EN 1.4028

hardened cold tempered stainless steel

Product quality begins with the raw material
So choosing of the trusted/certified materials is essential.

Double Inner Package System

Product Safety

ISO 11607-1: Packaging for terminally sterilized medical devices

This system provides excellent barrier properties against oxygen, water vapour, light and aromas and an environment that protects the device from external contamination

Biocompatible Material

Patient Safety

Following tests are repeated at each raw material purchase.

  1. Cytotoxicity Test: With the control of Vero-African Monkey Kidney Cell Lines (CCL 81), no biological result was observed.
  2. Intradermal Reactivity Test: Experiments on albino rabbits shows that saw blade does not cause intradermal irritation.
  3. Sensitization Test: Experiments on albino guinea pigs shows that saw blade does not cause hypersensitive skin reaction

Gamma Irradiation Sterilization

Product Safety

The latest technology on sterilization

Gamma is the most guaranteed sterilization method in the medical sector. Radiation leaves no residue on the sterilized product. Products do not need to be kept in quarantine to check the effectiveness of sterilization.

Rounded Edges

User Safety

Users are protected

Rounded edges prevent any injury to users’ hands while the blade is attached or removed from surgical power tool.

For this reason, ACF processes the blades through a surface finishing process to remove sharp edges after laser cutting.

Effective Sharpness

Product Quality

Smoothest and precisest cuts

ACF saw blades are protected their sharpness from the first to the last cut in an operation.

This provides a smooth cut area and minimizes heating with shorter cutting time.

Correct Hardness Selection

Product Quality

Hardest and softest balance ever

The hardness of raw material prevents the blade from bending, when a saw blade contacts the hard bone surface in the cutting process.

Where Are Surgical Saw Blades Used?


Knee, Hip, Shoulder Replacement Surgeries

Arthroplasty Saw Blade


Plate, Nails

Trauma Saw Blade

ACL(Anterior Cruciate Ligament) Hand, Foot and Wrist Surgeries

Finger, Foot Implants, Ankle, Arthroplasty, Wrist Joint Replacement

ACL(Anterior Cruciate Ligament) Saw Blade

Plastic Bone Surgery

Maxillofacial Trauma

Amputation Surgery

Removal of a limb

Amputation SUrgery

Most Simple Reference Code System


360 190 090 120

Brand Code


Cut Edge

19.00 mm

Cut Depth

90.00 mm


1.20 mm

• Microaire® is a registered trademark of MicroAire Surgical Instruments LLC.
• Stryker® is a registered trademark of Stryker Corporation.
• Conmed Linvatec® is a registered trademark of ConMed Corporation.
• De Soutter® is a registered trademark of De Soutter Medical Ltd.
• Smith & Nephew Dyonics® is a registered trademark of Smith & Nephew, Inc.
• Depuy Synthes® is a registered trademark of DePuy Synthes, Inc.
• Zimmer® is a registered trademark of Zimmer Inc.
• Brasseler® is a registered trademark of Brasseler U.S.A., Inc.
• TAVA® is a registered trademark of TAVA Surgical.
• B Braun Aesculap® is a registered trademark of B. Braun Melsungen AG and Aesculap AG.

ACF Medical is not associated with the above listed trademark owners.

Surgical Saw Blade Oscillating

Don’t forget to watch the adventures of our dear friend ACEF.

Why the saw blades are disposable?

Single Use Device : According to the Food and Drug Administration a single-use device, also referred to as a disposable device, is intended for use on one patient during a single procedure. It is not intended to be reprocessed.

Reusable Device : Reusable medical devices are devices that health care providers can reprocess and reuse on multiple patients.

As we are ACF Medical, we are producing surgical saw blades for single-use. (Not reprocessable)

All product quality tests are made for single using.

The reprocesses of saw blades (if the procedures required in reprocesses are strictly followed) are more longer and costly than the new product manufacturing process. The saw blade loses its performance in 10-15 cuts (approximately 1 operation). Because the saw blade teeth are damaged a lot while cutting bone due to friction. 

Photos taken with an electron microscope (SEM analysis) by Hitit University Scientific and Application Research Center

New Blade

Used Blade

If a disposable device will be used a second time, its performance needs to be proven. 

The manufacturer or authorized companies/institutions can reprocess the device.

If cutting process is performed with a blunt blade, the friction time and therefore the heat generated in the bone will increase as the blade cannot effectively cut the bone. 

This will cause thermal burns and will be lengthen the patient’s recovery time.

Another hazard is the accumulation of tissues and proteins of the previous patient among the burrs formed in the teeth after using a blade.

If there is no effective cleaning, disinfection and sterilization, these substances are likely to pass to the next patient.