Diablo 4-Inch 5/7-Tpi Carbide T-Shank Jig Saw Blade For Composite Decking
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4-Inch 5/7-Tpi Carbide T-Shank Jig Saw Blade For Composite Decking
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- High performance carbide for greater durability and up to 50X longer life versus standard jig saw blades
- Aggressive carbide tooth geometry delivers fast and effortless cuts
- Optimized blade design reduces heat for melt-free cuts
- Enhanced carbide tip to blade connection for extreme impact resistance
- Perma-SHIELD non-stick coating for less heat and friction
- T-shank design fits all combo and most U-shank jig saws
- Maximum performance in cordless and corded jig saws
Diablo's carbide teeth jig saw blades deliver extreme durability and superior cutting life in composite decking materials. High-performance carbide teeth provide an unmatched up to 50X longer cutting life versus standard jig saw blades. The optimized blade design and Perma-SHIELD® non-stick coating reduces heat for fast and effortless melt-free cuts. T-shank design fits all combo and most U-shank cordless and corded jig saws.
|Blade Material||Carbide Teeth|
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