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About Lenox 7-1/2 Inch to 9 Inch
When cutting metal, the blade used makes a big difference. You want a blade specifically designed to handle metal to deliver the cleanest cut possible.

Fortunately, Lenox is a blade master. They manufacture several circular saw blades that cut through pipes, steel, stainless steel, rebars, and more.

Types of 7-1/2 Inch to 9 Inch Blades from Lenox
You have a few options when selecting Lenox 7-1/2 inch to 9-inch blades.

If you’re looking for a diamond-edged blade, choose the 8-5/8 Inch MetalMax Diamond Cutoff Wheel CS. It allows for precise cuts. Extremely durable, it’s rated for up to 1,000 cuts without wheel changes. Also, the diamond edge reduces dust (and cuts down on that awful metal smell).

Another option is the 9 Inch TPI Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blade. Instead of a diamond tip, it has a titanium carbide one with a modified triple chip. It’s long-lasting and requires no secondary grinding.

Along the same lines, the 8-inch 50 TPI Metal Cutting Circular Saw Blade also has a titanium carbide tip. It has a natural ability to resist material build-up when cutting, allowing for clean cuts even after long periods of use.

Why Buy Lenox 7-1/2 Inch to 9 Inch Blades?
Lenox has a long history of delivering quality blades. Their company history dates back to 1915 when they started as a hacksaw blade manufacturer. Today, they’re an industry leader in blades, power tools, hand tools, and related accessories.

Although they’ve come a long way from their humble beginnings, they remain fully invested in delivering top-of-the-line customer service. Check out their site for a free online tool to help you determine which blade is the best option for your current project.

Also, they offer a full lifetime warranty against defects for all of their blades. If you ever encounter a problem with a blade you’ve purchased, contact Lenox for a free replacement.