The L.S. Starrett Co. (Athol, MA) 3X Power bimetal reciprocating saw blades feature teeth that cut more efficiently, enabling users to make three times more cuts than conventional blades. Engineered for use on corded and cordless saws, the blades are also highly resistant to breakage and feature a reinforced shank.
Metal-cutting blades are available in 4-, 6-, and 8-in lengths in 14, 18, or 24 teeth per inch (TPI); and have a straight shape.
Multimaterial-cutting blades cut metal, plastics, wood, and rubber. Available in 6-, 9-, and 12-in lengths in 6-10, 10, and 10-14 TPI. Tapered or straight shape. A 12-in, 10-14 TPI tapered blade for cutting car bodies is also offered.
Feature heat-treated teeth with a super-aggressive pitch set, King Cut 3X Heavy-Duty blades slice through virtually any material. Exceptional strength, fast cutting action, and long life make them ideal for heavy-duty demolition, emergency vehicle extrication, and other demanding cutting applications. Available in 6-, 8-, 9-, and 12-in lengths in 6-10, 10-14, and 18 TPI. Straight or tapered shape.
Blades are packaged in two-blade blister card packs or in plastic tubes with five, 20, or 50 blades.
The L.S. Starrett Co., 121 Crescent St., Athol, MA, 01331, 978-249-3551, fax: 978-249-8495, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.starrett.com.
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