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  • MS GI Pipe Cutting Blade
  • MS GI Pipe Cutting Blade
  • MS GI Pipe Cutting Blade
  • MS GI Pipe Cutting Blade
MS GI Pipe Cutting Blade

MS GI Pipe Cutting Blade

Rs 1,250  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 5 Piece

Size (Diameter)10 Inch
ApplicationSteel Cutting
MaterialMild Steel
Number of Teeth60
Thickness2 mm
Cutting Speed (RPM)Min 2800 RPM
ShapeCircular
Hardness45 HRC
UsagePipe Cutting

The specification for a cutting blade used for cutting MS (mild steel) and GI (galvanized iron) pipes will depend on various factors such as the diameter of the pipes, the thickness of the pipes, and the type of cutting machine being used.

However, in general, a cutting blade suitable for cutting MS and GI pipes would need to have the following specifications:

  1. Blade Material: The blade should be made from high-speed steel (HSS) or tungsten carbide, which are both known for their durability and resistance to wear and tear.

  2. Blade Diameter: The blade diameter should be selected based on the diameter of the pipes being cut. For smaller diameter pipes, a blade with a diameter of 6 inches or less may be sufficient, while larger diameter pipes may require a blade with a diameter of 8 inches or more.

  3. Blade Thickness: The thickness of the blade will depend on the thickness of the pipes being cut. Thicker pipes will require a thicker blade to provide the necessary cutting force.

  4. Teeth per Inch (TPI): The number of teeth per inch on the blade will determine the smoothness of the cut. For cutting MS and GI pipes, a blade with a TPI of 10-14 would be appropriate.

  5. Kerf Width: The width of the blade's kerf (the groove created by the blade as it cuts through the material) should be as small as possible to reduce waste and ensure a clean cut.

  6. Arbor Size: The arbor size of the blade should match the arbor size of the cutting machine being used.

It is important to note that the above specifications are general guidelines and should be adjusted based on the specific requirements of the cutting task at hand. It is also recommended to consult the manufacturer's recommendations for the cutting machine and blade selection.

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  • HSS Cold Saw Blade
  • HSS Cold Saw Blade
  • HSS Cold Saw Blade
  • HSS Cold Saw Blade
  • HSS Cold Saw Blade
HSS Cold Saw Blade

HSS Cold Saw Blade

Rs 3,250  / PieceGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 5 Piece

Size (Diameter)14 Inch
Number of Teeth60
ShapeCircular
Thickness2 mm
UsagePipe Cutting
Blade MaterialHigh Speed Steel

Cold saw blades are circular cutting tools used in metalworking and other industrial applications to cut through various types of materials, including steel, aluminum, and copper. The specifications of cold saw blades can vary depending on the intended use and the material being cut. Some of the key specifications that you may need to consider when selecting a cold saw blade include:

  1. Blade Diameter: Cold saw blades come in various diameters, ranging from small blades for cutting thin materials to larger blades for cutting thick materials. The diameter of the blade you choose will depend on the thickness of the material you need to cut.

  2. Arbor Size: The arbor size is the diameter of the hole in the center of the blade that fits onto the saw spindle. It is important to choose a blade with an arbor size that matches your saw's spindle size.

  3. Number of Teeth: The number of teeth on a cold saw blade can range from 60 to 120 or more. More teeth generally provide a smoother cut, while fewer teeth can cut faster but may leave a rougher edge. The number of teeth you choose will depend on the material being cut and the desired finish.

  4. Tooth Configuration: The tooth configuration refers to the shape and arrangement of the teeth on the blade. There are various tooth configurations available, such as alternate top bevel (ATB), triple chip grind (TCG), and straight tooth. The tooth configuration you choose will depend on the material being cut and the type of cut you need.

  5. Blade Thickness: The thickness of the blade can affect the stability and accuracy of the cut. Thicker blades are generally more stable and less likely to deflect, but they can also generate more heat and require more power to operate.

  6. Blade Material: Cold saw blades are made from a variety of materials, including high-speed steel (HSS), carbide, and diamond. Each material has its own advantages and disadvantages, and the one you choose will depend on the material being cut and the desired lifespan of the blade.

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