Milwaukee® 49-00-5424 Straight Back Thin Kerf Reciprocating Saw Blade, 4 in L x 3/4 in W, 24, Bi-Metal Body, Toothed Edge/Universal Tang

20222408 MFG #: 49-00-5424
  • Brand: Milwaukee®
  • Type: Straight Back Thin Kerf
  • Series: M12™, M12™ HACKZALL™
  • Length: 4
  • Width: 3/4
  • Thickness: 0.035
  • Teeth Per Inch: 24, 24 TPI
  • Tang Size: 1/2
  • Tang Style: Toothed Edge/Universal, Universal
  • Cutting Edge Material: HSS
  • Body Material: Bi-Metal
  • Finish: Bright
  • Color: White
  • Applicable Materials: Duct, Ferrous, Non-Ferrous Metal and Sheet Metal, Duct, Sheet Metal, Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metal
Milwaukee® Reciprocating Saw Blade, Straight Back Thin Kerf, 4 in Length, 3/4 in Width, 0.035 in Thickness, 24, 1/2 in Tang, Toothed Edge/Universal Tang, HSS Cutting Edge, Bi-Metal Body, Bright, White, Applicable Materials: Duct, Ferrous, Non-Ferrous Metal and Sheet Metal
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  • Bi-metal blades feature a toothed edge made from high speed steel (HSS) attached to a flex
  • Short blade length f
  • Constant pitch pattern
  • Straight-backed blades are used for cutting straight edges
  • Bi-metal constructio
  • The cutting surface of a toothed edge is composed of a row of pointed teeth
  • Cuts duct and metal
  • Bi-metal blades feat
  • Constant pitch patte
  • Straight-backed blad
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• Thin kerf for up to 35% more cuts per charge vs. leading reciprocating saw blades
Bi-metal blades feature a toothed edge made from high speed steel (HSS) attached to a flexible steel backing through an electron beam welding process, this configuration results in a blade that makes precise cuts while resisting breakage
• Short blade length for cutting in tight locations
Constant pitch pattern
Straight-backed blades are used for cutting straight edges
• Bi-metal construction for increased tooth durability and long blade life
The cutting surface of a toothed edge is composed of a row of pointed teeth
• Cuts duct and metal thinner than 1/8 in
• Bi-metal blades feature a toothed edge made from high speed steel (HSS) attached to a flexible steel backing through an electron beam welding process, this configuration results in a blade that makes precise cuts while resisting breakage
• Constant pitch pattern
• Straight-backed blades are used for cutting straight edges
• The cutting surface of a toothed edge is composed of a row of pointed teeth