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24C976 1512 UNSPSC # 27111508

Hacksaw, 10 in Overall Length, Blade Length 10 in, 12 in, Bi-Metal

  • Item # 24C976
  • Mfr. Model # 1512
  • UNSPSC # 27111508
  • Catalog Page # 886 886
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Hacksaws use a thin, fine-toothed blade to make straight, accurate cuts on pipe, tubing, and thin materials that won't bend, snap, or catch the blade. They hold their blade under tension in their U-frame and cut through metal, plastic, and sometimes wood (depending on the blade). Hacksaws are held with one hand on the handle at the frame's heel to move the saw and the other hand at the head of the frame to guide the cut.

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Hacksaw, 10 in Overall Length, Blade Length 10 in, 12 in, Bi-Metal

  • Item # 24C976
  • Mfr. Model # 1512
  • UNSPSC # 27111508
  • Catalog Page # 886 886
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Hacksaws use a thin, fine-toothed blade to make straight, accurate cuts on pipe, tubing, and thin materials that won't bend, snap, or catch the blade. They hold their blade under tension in their U-frame and cut through metal, plastic, and sometimes wood (depending on the blade). Hacksaws are held with one hand on the handle at the frame's heel to move the saw and the other hand at the head of the frame to guide the cut.

Technical Specs

  • Item Hacksaw
  • Blade Length 10 in, 12 in
  • Blade Material Bi-Metal
  • Blade Thickness 0.03125 in
  • Blade Width 1/2 in
  • Cutting Action Straight
  • Cutting Edge Type Serrated
  • Features Adjustable For 10 Or 12 in Blades, High Tension 15K PSI
  • Frame Material Aluminum
  • Hand Saw Application Metal
  • Hand Saw Product Type General Purpose Hacksaws
  • Handle Material Aluminum
  • Handle Style Ergonomic/Adjustable
  • Material Application Metals, Plastic, PVC
  • Overall Length 10 in
  • Teeth per Inch 24
  • Tooth Grind Positive Rake
  • Non-Sparking No

Hacksaws use a thin, fine-toothed blade to make straight, accurate cuts on pipe, tubing, and thin materials that won't bend, snap, or catch the blade. They hold their blade under tension in their U-frame and cut through metal, plastic, and sometimes wood (depending on the blade). Hacksaws are held with one hand on the handle at the frame's heel to move the saw and the other hand at the head of the frame to guide the cut.

Compliance and Restrictions

  • WARNING Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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