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Oshlun 8" x 48T Steel Cutting Ferrous Metals Replacement Blade
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- Professional Grade C-6 Carbide
- Laser Cut Expansion Slots
- Triple Chip Grind
- Precision Ground Carbide Tips
- Tensioned & Hardened Steel Plate
- Surface Ground Steel Plate


Our ferrous blades have been designed with a durable C-6 carbide grade and triple chip tooth grind to ensure a long cutting life in ferrous metals, such as: steel studs, angle iron, pipe, rebar, channel, flat stock, conduit, and much more. They can also be used for cutting non ferrous metals, such as: aluminum, copper, and brass. The specially formulated micro grain carbide tips with titanium and tantalum last longer and leave a burr free cut with little to no sparks or dust, commonly associated with abrasives. They also cut 5 to 10 times faster and last up to 30 times longer than abrasives, allowing fewer blade changes and increased production. Notes: Blades with a higher tooth count are generally better suited for thinner materials, while the lower tooth count blades are better for thicker materials.