Stanley Hacksaw, Pack of 2

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Product code:
3253560200367

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Stanley Hacksaw, Pack of 2

Product code:
3253560200367
Stanley Hacksaw, Pack of 2 Stanley Hacksaw, Pack of 2 Stanley Hacksaw, Pack of 2

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£12.00

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With 24 TPI (teeth per inch), these 300mm long, hacksaws from Stanley are specifically designed to cut mild steel, brass, aluminium and copper.

  • 300 mm blade
  • 24 teeth per inch
  • Quick blade change
  • 2 blade positions
  • Bi-material handle

Features and Benefits

  • Bi-material ergonomic frame and handle for superior comfort and grip
  • Patented quick blade change and lever to change tension suitable for application
  • 8 kg permanent blade tension-faster cutting
  • 2 blade positions: 9° and 45°
  • Easy tension memorisation and adjustment using a tightening wheel
  • Steel frame with glass fibres for more robustness and optimal shock absorption
  • Locking and unlocking of the blade by a patented lever
  • Cutting capacity: 11 mm

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Stanley Hacksaw, Pack of 2
Brand Stanley
Colour description Black & Yellow
Blade length 300mm
Teeth per inch (TPI) 24
Pack quantity 2
Model STHT0-20036

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