Milwaukee 48-00-1450 TORCH Sawzall 9 in. Reciprocating Saw Blade

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Milwaukee 48-00-1450 TORCH Sawzall 9 in. Reciprocating Saw Blade Model: miln48-00-1450

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Milwaukee 48-00-1450 TORCH Sawzall 9 in. Reciprocating Saw Blade

The revolutionary blade from Milwaukee, The Torch SAWZALL blade incorporates diamond grit technology embedded in a high strength nickle allow braze, which allows this blade to cut 30X longer and 2X faster then traditional carbide blades. These blades are designed to be durable, with a 1 in. tall profile you can get straighter and cleaner cuts in cast iron, hard tile, ceramic tile, plaster, masonry, brick, fiberglass and other abrasive materials. The durability and functionality of these blades make them the ideal choice for working with abrasive materials.
  • Designed for faster cuts with a longer blade life when cutting cast iron and other abrasive materials
  • Made with an industrial diamond grit embedded in a high strength nickel allow braze
  • Designed to last up to 30X longer and cut 2X faster than traditional carbide grit blades
  • Has a durable 1 in. tall profile which allows for straighter and cleaner cuts
  • The 9 in. blade length allows for added cutting control
What’s Included:
  • TORCH Sawzall Blade 9 in. - 48-00-1450
Material Cut
Teeth Per Inch
Saw Blade Material
Kerf Thickness
0.004 in
Shank Style
Blades Included
Blade Type
Reciprocating Saw Blade
Package Qty
9 in.
2 in.
11.95 in.
0.15 lbs.

Reviews :

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Worth every penny
I've been using Diamond blades for some time now but much prefer Milwaukee's wider blade, it doesn't twist as much and seems nicer cut. Absolutely fabulous on cast iron. Today I used it on Bell and spigot 4 inch clay. Cut through it like butter. Did two cuts in the blade is still like new.
November 24, 2018
Originally posted at
4"cast iron hub/spigot removal
Far end of a short crawler, access with sawzall much easier than getting a ratchet snap cutter there (cut access also. Far superior to carbide grit, the blade is strong and ridgid. These blades will actually cut cast iron without the instant "suprise" of a snap cutter on a repair. Well worth the money.
November 16, 2013
Originally posted at
Cast Iron Heating Radiator Removal
I used this saw blade to cut apart old cast iron radiators so they could be removed from a building. The cutting speed was comparable to the standard "the torch" 18 TPI blade but the durability of this blade is far superior. I've cut through 6 2.5" cast "pipes" and the blade still works like new. After cutting through 1 with the normal 18 TPI blade it was wearing out and slowing down.
March 20, 2013
Originally posted at

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