SK5 snap-off blades are popular due to their durable construction, versatile functionality, and sharp cutting performance. They are in high demand and widely used in a range of industries and applications.
|SK5 carbon steel||18x100x0.5mm (0.71x3.94x0.02 inches)||8 sections|
SK5 High Carbon Steel
SK5 is a high carbon steel that is commonly used for making cutting tools. It has a high hardness and wear resistance, which makes it ideal for applications where the blade needs to maintain a sharp edge for a long time.
|Large Paper Boxes||1||carton|
|Plastic Boxes||10||large paper box|
|Snap-Off Blades per Plastic Box||10||plastic box|
|Total Snap-Off Blades per Large Paper Box||100||snap-off blades|
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Why Choose SK5 Snap-off Blade
|Feature||SK5 Snap-off Blade||Stainless Steel Snap-off Blade||Titanium Snap-off Blade|
|Material||SK5 steel||Stainless steel||Titanium|
|Durability||Very durable||More durable than high-carbon steel, less durable than SK5 steel||Most durable|
|Sharpness||Very sharp||Less sharp than SK5 steel||Sharper than SK5 steel|
|Cost-effectiveness||Cost-effective||More expensive than high-carbon steel, less expensive than SK5 steel||Most expensive|
|Availability||Widely available||Less widely available than SK5 steel||Less widely available than stainless steel|
What's the MOQ?
The minimum order quantity (MOQ) of SK5 snap-off is 100,000 blades. You can contact us for more order detail and our sales representative will reply you soon.
Do you offer free sample?
Free sample is available, but the shipping cost needs has to be on customer’s side. Please don’t worry, we have cooperation with express company, so the cost will be reasonable.
Why is this blade black?
The blade is black because it has been coated with a black oxide finish. This finish protects the blade from corrosion and rust, and it also makes the blade more durable. The black oxide finish is applied using a process called thermal oxidation. In this process, the blade is heated to a high temperature in an oxygen-rich environment. This causes the surface of the blade to react with the oxygen, forming a thin layer of black oxide.