Aggressive carbide chunks that cut almost anything. Designed for extrication, USAR, RIT, and forcible entry. One of the best fire rescue blades on the market. Also great for landscaping and as a demolition blade.Cuts: Light-gauge steel, aluminum, bulletproof glass, car doors, sheet metal, solid and high-density plastic, sheetrock, block, brick, pavers, rubber, tree roots, branches, stumps, and more.
Carbide Chunk Blades.
Carbide Chunk Blades have rough-and-ready, heavy-duty carbide chunks that devour almost anything, including light-gauge steel. Their versatility makes them perfect for forcible entry, extrication, RIT, USAR, and demolition, especially when you don't know what you'll have to cut to get the job done. They also cut tree roots, stumps and branches, so they're also great for landscaping. Carbide Chunk Blades are made for professionals who need serious cutting tools.
Carbide Chunk Blade Benefits
- Versatile: Carbide Chunk Blades can cut almost anything, including light-gauge steel. They're perfect for firefighting, rescue, forcible entry, extrication, RIT, and USAR, especially when you don't know what you'll need to cut.
- Cuts Lightning Quick: Carbide Chunk Blades tear through most materials fast. They're perfect for when seconds count.
- Cuts Wide Swaths: Carbide Chunk Blades have extra-thick teeth for cutting extra-wide swaths.
- Durable: Carbide Chunk Blades have extra-thick cores for extra durability.
Carbide Chunk Blade Specifications
- Segment Height: 0.375" (10mm) C-3 carbide chunks
- Wet/Dry Cutting: Can be used for both wet and dry cutting
Carbide Chunk Blades Are Designed For:
- Metals like light-gauge steel, aluminum, and sheet metal.
- Bulletproof glass, car doors, rubber, and solid and high-density plastic.
- Tree roots, stumps, and branches.
- Block, brick, and pavers.
Who Uses Carbide Chunk Blades?
- Firefighters, RIT teams and USAR teams nationwide.
- Demolition companies needing heavy-duty blades that can cut almost anything easily and safely.
- Landscapers, especially those who clear tree roots, stumps, and branches.