Makita, 24 Teeth Per Inch Reciprocating Saw Blade, Pack of 5
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Makita Flexible Reciprocating Saw Blades
Introducing two bi-metal cutting reciprocating saw blade sets from Makita. These blades are flexible, 150 mm in length and are less likely to break during application. Flexible blades offer superior cutting performance capable of cutting through various materials such as metals, piping, plastics, PVC and even wood with nails.
Why would you buy these blades?
Bimetal construction combines flexibility and durability
Increased efficiency & longer run time
Longer life compared to standard blades
Milled and wavy teeth designs provide increased efficiency and a reduction of tooth breakage
For use with Makita JR3000 variable-speed reciprocating saw
Makita Flexible Reciprocating Saw Blade Options
Aluminium: 1.5 - 4 mm
Stainless Steel: 1.2 - 3 mm
Mild Steel: 1.5 - 4 mm
RS stock no: 458-1862
Aluminium: 2.5 - 3.5 mm
Stainless Steel: 2.5 - 3.5 mm
Mild Steel: 2.5 - 3.5 mm
RS stock no: 458-1878
Features and Benefits
Bi metal construction
Ideal for wood and metal applications
When attaching blades ensure that the reciprocating saw is unplugged, and the switch is in the off position. After inserting the blade tug on it to make sure it has seated correctly. Always use the right blade for the material you are cutting.
Please wear protective equipment during applications. View our extensive range safety goggles, safety gloves, and Personal Protection Equipment.
Reciprocating saw blades are a type of cutting blade used to cut through a variety of materials when attached to a reciprocating saw tool. These blades are commonly made using a variety of metals such as steel, high carbon steel, bi-metal or tungsten. Reciprocating blades are used for demolition, plunge cuts, and quick cuts.
How many do you get in the set?
You will receive 5 saw blades per set
Can these blades be used for both straight and curved cuts?
These saw blades are for straight and plunge cuts
What does TPI mean?
TPI means Teeth per inch.
|Saw Blade Type||Reciprocating Saw Blade|
|Application||Ferrous Metal; Non-Ferrous Metal|
|Number of Teeth per Inch||24|
|Number in Pack||5|