No, unfortunately. The serrated knife manufacturers create their own variations that they each think is 'best' for the public.
Most serrations are very unique and there are no common 'tools' beyond a crude file that you might even 'try' with.
See our serration 'warning' on our price sheets as re-sharpening unavoidably grinds away some of the limited serration depth still on the knife's edge.
Multiple sharpenings over time will eventually grind away the last of the knife's serrations and GHS will then sharpen both knife sides to convert it into a conventional knife. Poof.