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Sawzall Torch 48-00-1450 Bi-Metal Reciprocating Saw Blade, 9 in L x 3/4 in W x 0.042 in T

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About the Milwaukee 48-00-1450

DIAMOND GRIT SAWZALL BLD 9IN

Product Details

Manufacturer: Milwaukee Electric Tool
Mpn # 48-00-1450
Shipping Dimensions 0.5" x 2.0" x 12.0"
Weight 0.15 lbs.

Product Features

  • Type:Bi-Metal
  • Length:9 in
  • Width:3/4 in
  • Thickness:0.042 in
  • Grit:Coarse
  • Tang Size:1/2 in
  • Tang Style:Universal
  • Cutting Edge Material:Diamond
  • Body Material:Steel
  • Applicable Materials:Cast Iron, Hard Tile, Masonry
  • Diamond grit delivers up to 30x longer life than standard carbide grit blades. The result is a significantly lower cost per cut
  • The precisely controlled size and placement of the diamond grit allow these blades to cut up to 2x faster than standard carbide grit blades
  • A thicker, more rigid blade body resists fracturing and bending for maximum durability
  • The 1 in tall blade body reduces blade twisting for straighter, more accurate cuts
  • Diamond grit for 30x longer life and coarse grit cuts 2x faster than traditional carbide grit blades

Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 based on 2 reviews


Cast Iron Heating Radiator Removal Rated 4 by Anonymous
I used this saw blade to cut apart old cast iron radiators so they could be removed from a building. The cutting speed was comparable to the standard "the torch" 18 TPI blade but the durability of this blade is far superior. I've cut through 6 2.5" cast "pipes" and the blade still works like new. After cutting through 1 with the normal 18 TPI blade it was wearing out and slowing down.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2013

4"cast iron hub/spigot removal Rated 4 by Anonymous
Far end of a short crawler, access with sawzall much easier than getting a ratchet snap cutter there (cut access also). Far superior to carbide grit, the blade is strong and ridgid. These blades will actually cut cast iron without the instant "suprise" of a snap cutter on a repair. Well worth the money.
Originally posted on milwaukeetool.com Jun/2013

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