Making the Cut with Klein Tools

While Klein Tools is often most recognized for electricians’ hand tools like pliers, screwdrivers and cutters, there are numerous categories across various trades where Klein makes products. As we continue our process of diving into various categories offered by Klein Tools, today we’ll look at one that may not be as known, saws and blades. Below, take a look at the different varieties of saws and blades we make, and learn how they may be useful across various trades.

Hacksaw Blades
Available in packs of 10 or 100, these blades come in different strength options depending on what your job needs are. There are golden tri-cut blades for more general-purpose cutting, and bi-metal blades for more intense cutting needs. There are also various options in terms of teeth per inch, just depending on what best fits your job needs.

In addition to the individual blades, Klein Tools also offers fully assembled hacksaws. These saws feature adjustable blade tension depending on your needs and are meant to allow you to saw through various jobsite materials safely and comfortably.

Jab and Compass Saws
These saws are perfect for cutting things like drywall, wallboard, plywood and plastic. Jab saws are available in both folding and straight options, and compass saws are available fully assembled or with handles and blades separately. Compass saw blades come in various lengths and teeth per inch, meaning there will always be a blade to meet the needs of whatever you’re cutting.

Reciprocating Saw Blades
Reciprocating saw blades are ideal for cutting various materials, from wood with nails to heavy gauge metals. The blades come in packs of five, and heave heat and wear resistance for a long cutting life. Shock resistant teeth on the blades resist strippage, and the universal shanks fit most reciprocating saw tools.

Did you know Klein Tools made blades and saws? Have you ever used any of the blades mentioned above? Let us know in the comments!