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Hacksaws

Hacksaws

Commonly used for cutting thinner metal and plastic workpieces in plumbing, construction, and electrical applications, hacksaws cut on the push stroke and leave a clean finish. They have a thin blade mounted on a U-shaped handle, and the blade can be replaced when worn or damaged or changed to adapt the tool for cutting different materials, such as glass, ceramic tile, and brick. Teeth-per-inch (TPI) count refers to the number of teeth per inch on the cutting edge. Generally, blades with higher TPI leave a smoother finish on the workpiece but cut more slowly, and blades with fewer TPI cut more quickly but leave a rougher finish on the workpiece.

Adjustable Length

These hacksaws have an adjustable frame that accepts blades of various lengths for accomplishing a wide range of cutting tasks. Use a longer blade for fast, rough cuts and shorter blades for slow cuts with a clean finish.

Bi-Metal Blade

High Carbon Steel Blade

Steel Blade

Adjustable Blade Tension

Adjust the blade tension on these hacksaws to extend the life of your hacksaw blade and improve your cutting speed. Setting the blade to the correct tension for the workpiece can reduce vibration and noise while sawing, which improves control during cutting helps keep the blade from breaking.

Bi-Metal Blade

Steel Blade

Built-In Blade Storage

Store extra blades in the handle of these hacksaws so you can quickly replace a damaged blade or change out the blade to adapt the tool for a different material.

Bi-Metal Blade

High Carbon Steel Blade

Compact for Tight Spaces

Also known as junior hacksaws, these compact hacksaws are a good choice for working in tight spaces where a full-size hacksaw won't fit.

Bi-Metal Blade

High Carbon Steel Blade

Steel Blade