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Air-Powered Reciprocating Saws

Air-Powered Reciprocating Saws

These air-powered (pneumatic) reciprocating saws provide consistent, high-power output. Because they have fewer moving parts, air-powered tools tend to run cooler and require less maintenance than corded and cordless tools. They also tend to be lighter and more compact than electric models, helping to reduce operator fatigue during long- or continuous-use applications. They require an air compressor to operate.

General Purpose

Use these general purpose saws for intermittent cutting applications in a range of materials, including fiberglass, sheet metal, and plastic.


Heavy Duty

Low Vibration


Quickly cut difficult materials such as concrete, steel, and cast iron using these hacksaws. They are suitable for demanding tasks such as cutting through pipes up to 24" in diameter and structural steel objects such as I-beams.