Band Saw Blades for Tubes and Profiles

This selection of band saw blades is optimized for cutting tubes, pipes, small solids and structural materials. Options exist for all workpiece materials, performance and price levels.

If you need additional assistance in choosing the ideal blade for your specific needs, please feels free to contact us for assistance. With a short description of your application, we can often guide users to the ideal blade via a phone call or email. If your requirements are critical, we have technical support personnel that can handle the toughest questions, and field personnel that can be deployed to your facility to solve your application needs.

Highly Recommended

Representing the latest in research and design from starrett, TENNAX™-PRO Bi-Metal Band Saw Blades feature a new tooth design that provides enhanced cutting performance, ergonomics and cutting efficiency on pipes, tubes and structural profiles and bundles.


Tough and versatile, Intenss Bi-Metal Band Saw Blades blades are recommended for cutting Carbon Steel, Carbon Steel alloys, Cast Iron, Copper Alloys and Aluminum. Ideal for tool rooms and maintenance shops with varied cutting operations.


The positive rake angle and variable pitch of Intenss™ PRO Bi-Metal Band Saw Blades provide excellent cutting efficiency, easy penetration, and a quality surface finish. For steels up to HRc 45, tool and stainless steels and nickel based and non-ferrous alloys.


Intenss™ PRO-DIE Bi-Metal Band Saw Blades have bi-metal unique saw technology, triple tempered M-42 cobalt HSS teeth combined with alloy steel backing strip for heat, abrasion and shock resistance, longevity and chip clearing.


Univerz™ Bi-Metal Band Saw Blades deliver faster cutting rates and increased blade life for increased productivity and cost-effectiveness compared to conventional carbon steel blades. Featuring excellent fatigue, abrasion and shock resistance, Univers blades are ideal for contour cuts.


Duratec™ SFB Carbon Band Saw Blades are produced with carbon steel with a flexible back. They are ideal for economic cutting on easy-to-machine ferrous or nonferrous metal and wood.