Material: Endurance blades for heavy metal cutting are often made from Bi-Metal or Carbide. Bi-Metal blades combine High-Speed Steel (HSS) teeth with a flexible spring steel body. Carbide blades are made with Tungsten Carbide teeth, offering excellent hardness and wear resistance.
Tooth Design: Blades for heavy metal cutting typically have a low Teeth Per Inch (TPI) count, often ranging from 6 to 10 TPI. The low TPI count allows for aggressive cutting through thick metal materials.
Blade Length: Blade lengths can vary, but common lengths are usually longer than regular jigsaw blades, ranging from about 150mm (around 6 inches) to 300mm (around 12 inches). The longer length provides better reach and cutting depth.
Blade Type: These blades are designed for use in reciprocating or sabre saws. They come with a shank that fits into the chuck of the saw.
Cutting Style: Endurance blades for heavy metal cutting are designed for aggressive straight cuts in thick metal materials, such as steel beams, pipes, and heavy-duty metal components.
Working Material: These blades are specifically designed for cutting through thick and tough metal materials, making them ideal for industrial and construction applications.
Ground Teeth: The teeth on endurance sabre saw blades are often ground to ensure efficient and aggressive cutting through heavy metal materials.
Cooling and Lubrication: Some heavy-duty metal-cutting blades may have special coatings or designs to dissipate heat and reduce friction during the cutting process, especially when dealing with thick metals that may generate heat during cutting.
|Dimensions||20 × 20 × 20 cm|