Sawzall Blades

 Sawzall reciprical saw blades are great for a broad range of professional applications, and are built are thicker, for maximum durability, and taller, for straighter cuts. Use the Ax for cutting nail-embedded wood, the Wrecker for general purpose demolition cutting, and the Torch for metal cutting. 

ItemProduct #
Sawzall Blade AX 5TPI 6" Milwaukee (5/pk)E295-48005021
Sawzall Blade AX 5TPI 9" Milwaukee (5/pk)E295-48005026
Sawzall Blade AX 5TPI 12" Milwaukee (5/pk)E295-48005027
Sawzall Blade Torch 14TPI 6" Milwaukee (5/pk)E295-48005782
Sawzall Blade Torch 14TPI 9" Milwaukee (5/pk)E295-48005787
Sawzall Blade Torch 14TPI 12" Milwaukee (5/pk)E295-48005789
Sawzall Blade Wrecker 8TPI 6" Milwaukee (5/pk)E295-48005701
Sawzall Blade Wrecker 8TPI 9" Milwaukee (5/pk)E295-48005706

The Torch delivers exceptional durability and straighter cuts in pipe, conduit, strut and other metal materials.

  • A unique combination of relief angles forms a radius on the back of the tooth that reduces stress build-up during cutting and substantially extends blade life.
  • A precise manufacturing process creates a sharper cutting edge on each tooth for a faster cutting blade.
  • A thicker, more rigid blade body resists fracturing and bending for maximum durability.

The Ax Sawzall blades have been engineered to deliver the fastest cuts, longest life, greatest tooth durability and quickest plunge cuts of any wood demolition blade on the market.

  • NAIL GUARD ™. Ordinary teeth deliver either speed or durability. NAIL GUARD ™ solves this trade-off with an aggressive 5 TPI pattern for faster cuts and a unique design that protects against tooth fracture.
  • FANG TIP ™. Ordinary tips bounce or skate on the work piece. FANG TIP ™ bites into the wood on first contact.
  • A thicker, more rigid blade body resists fracturing and bending for maximum durability.

The Wrecker is ideal for general purpose demolition cutting. It will deliver exceptional durability in a wide range of materials, including ferrous and non-ferrous metals, plastics, and nail-embedded wood.

  • A precise manufacturing process creates a sharper cutting edge on each tooth for a faster cutting blade.
  • A complete, unset raker tooth on the blade tip allows for easier, faster plunging by minimizing walking and bouncing.
  • A thicker, more rigid blade body resists fracturing and bending for maximum durability.