Ingersoll Rand introduces three air reciprocating saw blades

June 5, 2007

Ingersoll Rand Industrial Technologies has released three new sets of saw blades designed for its standard 1/2-inch shank air reciprocating saws.

Engineered with bi-metal technology, the new blades are designed to increase the cutting surface area by 170%, according to the company. They feature a new variable pitch blade that allows users to increase blade life while reducing blade vibration.

By applying high-speed steel to both edges of the backing material, the blades generate smaller chips, which reduces frictional heat generated during the cutting application and enhances overall blade performance.

The blades are available in fine, coarse and extra coarse tooth profiles, and packed in quantities of six, 20 or 50. For more details about Ingersoll Rand air reciprocating saw blades, visit