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Have you been looking for the perfect blade to cut through copper? Then look no further. In this article we will walk you through what copper is, and which blade is right for the job (spoiler the answer is cold saw blades for copper).
So, what is copper? Similar to brass, copper is made from various types of alloys used in many different ways. Such as roofing, cladding and wiring. As well as plumbing and temperature gauges.
Copper has been used in construction for thousands of years, and it’s clear why. One of the major benefits of using copper is it’s durable and doesn’t need to be replaced or repaired often, and its corrosion resistance.
Now for the main event, which cold saw blades are needed for copper. The best options would be a circular blade, or a High Speed Steel Cold Saw Blade. It is also known as a HSS Cold saw Blade. Click here if you’re new to the world of cold saws blades, or if you don’t know the benefits of a HSS Cold Saw Blade.
Here at sawblade.com.au we offer the Excision HSS Cold Saw Blade, a quality blade made in Italy from HSS. The HSS Cold Saw blade is durable, long lasting, and it can be re-sharpened!
Aside from the blades themselves, we also stock coolant to keep your machine and your blade running smoothly. Here at sawblade.com.au we have a quality guarantee, where we do in house grinding to ensure the blade teeth are sharpened to perfection. Not only that, but you can order customised blades and machinery with us from the comfort of your own home.
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