Reciprocating Saw Blades
A reciprocating saw is a dynamic power tool used in construction and demolition work. When the blades begin to dull, replacements are necessary to keep the project moving. There are multiple types of reciprocating saw blades. A necessary power tool accessory, some are specifically designed for a given job, while others are multipurpose.
Blades that are wider and thicker decrease whipping to give straighter, smoother cuts. Shorter blades allow easier cutting in tight places. Various innovative shank designs reduce drag and heat build up, and some blades have an anti-friction coating. Multi-purpose blades are frequently used by rescue service workers to cut through a great variety of materials quickly using one compact tool. Wood reciprocating saw blades have an angled shank for fast, aggressive cutting. When a project entails door or window cut outs, a flush cut blade saves lots of time.
For plunge and multi-directional cuts, a bore blade has teeth on both sides and on its rounded tip, eliminating the need for a bore hole. Specialty reciprocating saw blades cut through plywood and engineered lumber materials. Others cut through wood containing nails or fasteners, which is particularly useful for demolition projects. Bi-metal reciprocating saw blades are shatter-resistant and extremely sharp for cutting metals. Diamond grit blades cut through cast iron, hard tile and masonry. Carbide grit blades cut through tough materials like stainless steel and lathe and make smooth cuts through non metallic materials. Others are ice-hardened for durability.
Whether you're looking for reciprocating saw blades for cutting drywall, fiberglass or brick, you'll appreciate our selection. We offer a large variety of blade accessories to help you stay on top of any project.
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