Challenge Diamond #7 Replacement Blades [Standard Inlay, 14 holes, 41" x 4" x 0.438"] Item#05JYCH33950
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|Manufacturer||Jayhawk Plastics Inc.|
|Manufacturer Part Number||KN33950 KN34100|
|Size||41 x 4.5 x 0.438|
|Compatible Equipment||Challenge Diamond #7|
|Blade Type||Standard Inlay Blades (INL)|
|Blade Material||50% High Alloy Steel / 50% Standard Grade Steel|
|Blade Holes||14 Holes|
|Shipping Weight (lbs)||26|
Replacing the knife on your Challenge 34-1/2" Diamond #7 cutter is very important to ensure you are always getting the cleanest and most accurate cut, without straining and wearing down the machine. The power of the electric and hydraulic systems will push even a dull blade through your stack, but when a dull blade is used the machine works much harder and will wear down quicker. An easy and fairly inexpensive way to keep your cutter performing at its peak for years to come is to frequently replace your blade.
You can feel comfortable ordering your Challenge Machinery replacement blades from BUY101. The blades are high quality Diamond Cut® and are made to exceed OEM factory specifications when combined with our Blade Saver® cutting sticks, ensuring precision cuts. We offer a variety of blades not listed here, so please contact us if you cannot find what you are looking for.
*Please note: Cutter manufacturers have been known to make changes to their cutters over time, while keeping the same model name and number. At times, the blade specifications may change without our knowledge. To make sure the blade listed is correct for your machine, compare the measurements listed on BUY101 to the measurements of your current blade. If they are not exactly the same, please call us at (866)537-2244 and we will help determine what blade your machine requires.
|Standard Inlay Blades (INL)|
| Bi-metallic composition consisting of one part high alloy tool |
steel and one part standard grade steel. A special fusion
process bonds these two grades of steel together to produce
a high quality knife at an economical price.