Spear & Jackson 300.0 mm Bi-metal Hacksaw Blade, 24 TPI
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Hacksaw Blades - RS
A range of high quality, general purpose hacksaw blades, manufactured from high grade Sheffield steel to BS 1919:1993 and ISO 2336. Precision machined and heat treated.
Flexible Bimetal HSS
A high speed steel cutting edge, electron beam welded to a flexible alloy back. Cuts through virtually any type of steel and is unbreakable in normal use
High Carbon Steel
Designed for less rigorous use, high carbon steel blades are ideal for use on soft metals and plastics.
Selecting the correct number of teeth (T.P.I)
This depends on the thickness and type of material to be cut. The teeth must never straddle the material, and at least three consecutive teeth must always be in contact
Therefore for thin sections, the highest number of teeth should be used
RS PRO Bi-metal Hacksaw Blades
From RS PRO, these ultra-reliable replacement hacksaw-blades are made from flexible bi-metal steel. Bi-metal steel blades are renowned for their fatigue resistance and maintaining a straight cut. They are highly suited for use on different forms of metals.
These hacksaw blades are precision machined and heat-treated, for a high-quality and dependable tool.
Features and Benefits
Bi-metal steel construction
BS 1919:1993 and ISO 2336
Precision machined and heat treated
These blades are designed to be used with hacksaws, sometimes referred to as bow saws, of corresponding sizes. The fine-tooth saws are highly versatile and able to cut a number of materials. As such, they are a mainstay in the toolbox of professionals and enthusiasts alike. For instance, a plumber might use a hacksaw to cut both plastic and metal pipes, while a carpenter might use it for precision wood cutting. Wherever you need a quick and convenient cut a hacksaw as ideal. They are often used by;
Selecting the correct number of teeth (TPI)
The TPI rating of a blade connotes the number of teeth on the blade, which in turn informs its suitability for certain materials. The right TPI depends on the thickness and type of material to be cut. The teeth must never straddle the material being cut, and at least three consecutive teeth must always be in contact. Therefore for thin sections, the highest number of teeth should be used.
What are the advantages of bi-metal steel?
A bi-metal steel saw blade main advantage is its resistance to fatigue. It is able to operate at high band tension for a straighter cut than carbon steel blades.
Why RS PRO?
RS PRO aims to be your go-to brand for reliability and value for money. We source great parts at great prices and test everything with our in-house experts to ensure the quality you need.
When it comes to tools, we know that versatility and dependability are what you need. As such, we stock a variety of mainstay and specialist tools to suit any application. Whether you're a professional electrician, plumber, builder or DIY enthusiast, RS PRO is here to support you.
|Blade Length||300 mm|
|Saw Blade Type||Hacksaw Blade|
|Materials Cut||Multiple Materials|
|Number of Teeth per Inch||24|