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Milwaukee 48-00-1450 Sawzall Blade 9" Diamond Grit


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  • Blade Dimension 9"x1"x.042"
  • Shank 1/2 In Universal
  • TPI/Grit Diamond Coarse Grit
  • Body Material D6A Steel
  • Includes(1) 6" Diamond Grit THE TORCHSAWZALL Blade
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Technical Details
Part Number 48-00-1450
Item Weight2.4 ounces
Product Dimensions0.5 x 2 x 12 inches
Item model number48-00-1450
Size0.5
ColorNA
FinishNA
MaterialCarbide
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB002DKA5V4
Best Sellers Rank #87,691 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 16, 2009
  
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Product Description

9" Diamond Grit Sawzall Blade Milwaukee carbide grit blades are designed for cutting ceramic tile, plaster, masonry, brick, fiberglass and other abrasive materials. Features: 9" Long x 1" High x .042 Wide 1/2" Shank Coarse Grit D6A Steel Construction Since its founding in 1924, Milwaukee has focused on a single vision: To produce the best heavy-duty electric power tools and accessories available to the professional user. Today, the Milwaukee name stands for the highest quality, durable and reliable professional tools money can buy.

From the Manufacturer

Diamond Grit The Torch Sawzall blades are ideal for cutting cast iron, hard tile, masonry and other abrasive and hard materials. Diamond Grit delivers up to 30x longer life than standard carbide grit blades. The result is a significantly lower cost per cut. The precisely controlled size and placement of the diamond grit allow these blades to cut up to 2x faster than standard carbide grit blades. A thicker, more rigid blade body resists fracturing and bending for maximum durability. The 1" tall blade body reduces blade twisting for straighter, more accurate cuts.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By J. Baboval on July 13, 2012
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I've used this to cut concrete and cast iron drain pipes.

You can get three cross-cuts on 4" cast iron pipe before the grit wears off. The trick is to use light pressure and let the blade do the work. If you push down hard you just heat things up and slow down the cut. When cutting cast iron I would stop every 30 seconds and cool things off with some water and soluble oil. Cut 3/4ths through the pipe, and then a sharp rap with a 3lb sledge will break it the rest of the way through. It takes about 5 minutes per cross cut. Wear cover-alls and a mask, because you're going to be coated with rust dust when you're done.

You can stock up on these for WAY less than the cost of renting a cast-iron pipe cutter.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By rtsphoto on March 26, 2011
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I bought this to cut Hardie trim board. 1" thick and made of concrete this blade goes right through it. I think this blade would cut almost anything. Being made from cast iron it stays strait and does not bend as some other recip saw blades.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dawn Beyler on November 21, 2013
I use it to cut cast iron waste pipe. It's not fast, it takes 5 or more minutes to cut a 4” pipe with moderate presser I get 2 or 3 cuts out of one blade, but how else are you going to do it’s always next to framing. They make a tool that snaps pipe if you are doing lots of cuts, but it takes time and money to go rent or buy that. I cut as much as I can with a diamond circular saw blade because it has much more cutting speed and then finish with the sawzall blade because it works.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Skip the Winter on March 1, 2013
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It did exactly as I expected in cutting cast iron sewer pipe. I would buy this product again to cut cast iron sewer pipe.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joatmon on January 1, 2012
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I own several Milwaukee tools, bits, blades, etc. and give high marks to nearly all of them, but not this blade. I bought it to do one particular job that I could not do with a metal-cutting circular saw blade. One cut through a #4 rebar and that's all it would handle for about 1 1/2 inches of the blade. Another cut ruined another 1 1/2 inches. So, if I have the luck to use another part of the blade, I might be able to get a few more cuts out of it. Maybe it works well with ordinary nails, and, if I do buy another one, I won't be expecting it to do quite as much as I did before.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Leon R. Hirsch on June 28, 2012
I had to cut out a section of 4 inch cast iron sewer pipe.
It took a total of two 9 inch diamond blades, plus one 6 inch diamond blade.
Glad I picked up extras.

A little advice if you attempt the same project: Start with the smaller, 6 inch blade. It is much more stable and easier to set the starting groove. Then, once the blade cuts about 1/3 of the way into the pipe's total diameter, switch to the 9 inch blade.

Still, it got the job done. Took about 5-10 minutes to for each cut. Don't be shy with force. It takes a lot of pressure against the pipe to make the cut. Blade and chuck will get very very hot cutting through 4 inch pipe.
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