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Diablo 9 in. 20/24 Teeth per in. Steel Demon Thin Metal Cutting Reciprocating Saw Blade (25-Pack)
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Diablo

9 in. 20/24 Teeth per in. Steel Demon Thin Metal Cutting Reciprocating Saw Blade (25-Pack)

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Diablo Steel Demon reciprocating saw blades are specifically designed for maximum performance in metal cutting applications. The blade’s ultra hardened cutting edge delivers up to 5X longer life than those of standard blades. Dual Tooth design features a double tooth configuration with small gullets for faster material removal and extra durability.

  • Perma-SHIELD coating protects the blade from heat, gumming and corrosion
  • 1 in. demolition body for straighter cuts with less vibration
  • Ultra hardened edge increases the hardness of the cutting edge to a Rockwell Hardness of HRC 62 versus HRC 55 for standard blades
  • Unique plunge tip design that enables faster and easier plunging
  • Ideal for metal cutting applications
  • Red reciprocating blades are a registered trademark of Freud America, Inc.

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What is the TPI? 20 or 24?

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December 17, 2015
I am confused as the TPI is listed at 20 / 24. I'm sure it's some standard but I would like to know exactly what it means.

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John
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December 22, 2015
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The 20/24 TPI is a variable tooth design. One inch will have 20 teeth, and the next inch will have 24 teeth. This is based on the 2+2 tooth design that has varying distances between each group of two teeth.
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