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Features & Applications

  • Carbide-tipped teeth – cuts faster and lasts up to 10x longer than bimetal hole saws
  • Redesigned barrel slots – improving your visibility while cutting and making slugs easier to push out
  • Versatile – carbide-tipped teeth mean you can use the same hole saw to cut even tougher materials
  • Suitable for harder materials – if you regularly cut holes in stainless steel or other high-strength metals, carbide-tipped hole saws are the most efficient solution
  • Dedicated pilot bit available – built from cobalt high-speed steel (HSS-Co) for simpler centering and smoother guidance into tougher metals
  • Cutting holes for MEP installations in high-strength metals, such as stainless steel
  • Cutting holes in drywall for sprinkler heads
  • Cutting holes for cable/pipe penetrations
  • Cutting holes for power outlets and electrical fixtures

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