Lenox launch new hacksaws

LENOX’s new range of hacksaws offer trade professionals unsurpassed cutting ability and comfort.

Lenox launch new hacksaws

The HT50 high tension hacksaw has an I-Beam construction that allows the blade to tension up to 50,000 psi, resulting in fast, straight cuts.

The tightening mechanism reduces blade bend wobble by 33% and maintains tension to such an extent that less than 10% of tension is lost over two weeks of use.

Other features include a comfortable grip with rubberised handles that allow for confident handling even in wet or dirty environments, convenient storage for five blades and a 45° angle blade position for flush cutting. The HT50 also accepts LENOX Recip blades, to enable it to quickly and easily convert into a jab saw.

LENOX’s other new product is the innovative 88300 lightweight hacksaw, which has an ergonomic grip that reduces fatigue in continuous cutting applications and a front tension knob that tightens up to 20,000 psi.

Both hacksaws are specialised for metal cutting and have the rugged construction for which the LENOX brand is known the world over.

LENOX Trade Marketing Manager Paul Jakeway said: “These new hacksaws are improvements upon our market-leading 2012 and 4012 hacksaw frames.

“They each boast ingenious features, durability and cutting power that puts them at the forefront of saw technology.”

The HT50 will be priced at £31.01 ex VAT and the 88300 at £15.65 ex VAT.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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