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#1 Phillips Bit

IP EPB762

$1.00

Replacement #1 Phillips insert bit.

#2 Phillips Bit

IP EPB763

$1.00

Replacement #2 Phillips insert bit.

#3 Phillips Bit

IP EPB764

$1.00

Replacement #3 Phillips insert bit.

1" Z Coined Cold Knife Blades • 5

IP Z5

$17.00

These innovative blades will remain flexible and retain their sharpness much longer than the average cold knife blade. The grinding of the blade is at a greater angle than other cold knife blades. This makes the resistance less when pulling the cold knife to cut the urethane. The end result is a cold knife blade that has the ability to resist breaking, last longer and keep a sharp edge. Equalizer produces two types of cold knife blades. Both the standard and the coined blades use the same proprietary hardening process.

The Coined Z Blade... The cutting surface of a coined cold knife blade has the cutting surface of the blade made thinner, only about 35 thousandths of an inch thick. A normal cold knife blade is 62 thousandths thick. Many technicians routinely grind cold knife blades thinner so they will cut easier. Sometimes this grinding will overheat a blade and damage the hardening. Coined Z blades are thinned before they are hardened so there is no need to grind them thinner.

Should I buy coined or not coined blades?

If you use a cold knife blade right out of the box and never grind it thinner, then use the standard thickness Z1, Z2, Z3, or Z7. If you like to take a new blade and grind it thinner before you use it, then you should purchase the "pre-thinned" Z4, Z5, Z6 or Z8.

Made in the USA.

1" Z Cold Knife Blades • 5

IP Z2

$12.00

These innovative blades will remain flexible and retain their sharpness much longer than the average cold knife blade. The grinding of the blade is at a greater angle than other cold knife blades. This makes the resistance less when pulling the cold knife to cut the urethane. The end result is a cold knife blade that has the ability to resist breaking, last longer and keep a sharp edge. Equalizer produces two types of cold knife blades. Both the standard and the coined blades use the same proprietary hardening process.

The Coined Z Blade... The cutting surface of a coined cold knife blade has the cutting surface of the blade made thinner, only about 35 thousandths of an inch thick. A normal cold knife blade is 62 thousandths thick. Many technicians routinely grind cold knife blades thinner so they will cut easier. Sometimes this grinding will overheat a blade and damage the hardening. Coined Z blades are thinned before they are hardened so there is no need to grind them thinner.

Should I buy coined or not coined blades?

If you use a cold knife blade right out of the box and never grind it thinner, then use the standard thickness Z1, Z2, Z3, or Z7. If you like to take a new blade and grind it thinner before you use it, then you should purchase the "pre-thinned" Z4, Z5, Z6 or Z8.

Made in the USA.

1-1/2" Pinchweld Preparation Tool

IP IHW716

$12.00

Used to remove urethane and butyl from the pinchweld. Made with a hardened steel blade and long shank to keep your hands away from pieces of broken glass.

7" Long.

1-1/2" Z Coined Cold Knife Blades • 5

IP Z6

$21.00

These innovative blades will remain flexible and retain their sharpness much longer than the average cold knife blade. The grinding of the blade is at a greater angle than other cold knife blades. This makes the resistance less when pulling the cold knife to cut the urethane. The end result is a cold knife blade that has the ability to resist breaking, last longer and keep a sharp edge. Equalizer produces two types of cold knife blades. Both the standard and the coined blades use the same proprietary hardening process.

The Coined Z Blade... The cutting surface of a coined cold knife blade has the cutting surface of the blade made thinner, only about 35 thousandths of an inch thick. A normal cold knife blade is 62 thousandths thick. Many technicians routinely grind cold knife blades thinner so they will cut easier. Sometimes this grinding will overheat a blade and damage the hardening. Coined Z blades are thinned before they are hardened so there is no need to grind them thinner.

Should I buy coined or not coined blades?

If you use a cold knife blade right out of the box and never grind it thinner, then use the standard thickness Z1, Z2, Z3, or Z7. If you like to take a new blade and grind it thinner before you use it, then you should purchase the "pre-thinned" Z4, Z5, Z6 or Z8.

Made in the USA.

1-1/2" Z Cold Knife Blades • 5

IP Z3

$18.00

These innovative blades will remain flexible and retain their sharpness much longer than the average cold knife blade. The grinding of the blade is at a greater angle than other cold knife blades. This makes the resistance less when pulling the cold knife to cut the urethane. The end result is a cold knife blade that has the ability to resist breaking, last longer and keep a sharp edge. Equalizer produces two types of cold knife blades. Both the standard and the coined blades use the same proprietary hardening process.

The Coined Z Blade... The cutting surface of a coined cold knife blade has the cutting surface of the blade made thinner, only about 35 thousandths of an inch thick. A normal cold knife blade is 62 thousandths thick. Many technicians routinely grind cold knife blades thinner so they will cut easier. Sometimes this grinding will overheat a blade and damage the hardening. Coined Z blades are thinned before they are hardened so there is no need to grind them thinner.

Should I buy coined or not coined blades?

If you use a cold knife blade right out of the box and never grind it thinner, then use the standard thickness Z1, Z2, Z3, or Z7. If you like to take a new blade and grind it thinner before you use it, then you should purchase the "pre-thinned" Z4, Z5, Z6 or Z8.

Made in the USA.

1-1/4" Z Coined Cold Knife Blades • 5

IP Z8

$21.00

These innovative blades will remain flexible and retain their sharpness much longer than the average cold knife blade. The grinding of the blade is at a greater angle than other cold knife blades. This makes the resistance less when pulling the cold knife to cut the urethane. The end result is a cold knife blade that has the ability to resist breaking, last longer and keep a sharp edge. Equalizer produces two types of cold knife blades. Both the standard and the coined blades use the same proprietary hardening process.

The Coined Z Blade... The cutting surface of a coined cold knife blade has the cutting surface of the blade made thinner, only about 35 thousandths of an inch thick. A normal cold knife blade is 62 thousandths thick. Many technicians routinely grind cold knife blades thinner so they will cut easier. Sometimes this grinding will overheat a blade and damage the hardening. Coined Z blades are thinned before they are hardened so there is no need to grind them thinner.

Should I buy coined or not coined blades?

If you use a cold knife blade right out of the box and never grind it thinner, then use the standard thickness Z1, Z2, Z3, or Z7. If you like to take a new blade and grind it thinner before you use it, then you should purchase the "pre-thinned" Z4, Z5, Z6 or Z8.

Made in the USA.

1-1/4" Z Cold Knife Blades • 5

IP Z7

$18.00

These innovative blades will remain flexible and retain their sharpness much longer than the average cold knife blade. The grinding of the blade is at a greater angle than other cold knife blades. This makes the resistance less when pulling the cold knife to cut the urethane. The end result is a cold knife blade that has the ability to resist breaking, last longer and keep a sharp edge. Equalizer produces two types of cold knife blades. Both the standard and the coined blades use the same proprietary hardening process.

The Coined Z Blade... The cutting surface of a coined cold knife blade has the cutting surface of the blade made thinner, only about 35 thousandths of an inch thick. A normal cold knife blade is 62 thousandths thick. Many technicians routinely grind cold knife blades thinner so they will cut easier. Sometimes this grinding will overheat a blade and damage the hardening. Coined Z blades are thinned before they are hardened so there is no need to grind them thinner.

Should I buy coined or not coined blades?

If you use a cold knife blade right out of the box and never grind it thinner, then use the standard thickness Z1, Z2, Z3, or Z7. If you like to take a new blade and grind it thinner before you use it, then you should purchase the "pre-thinned" Z4, Z5, Z6 or Z8.

Made in the USA.

1/2" Pinchweld Preparation Tool

IP SFE892

$8.00

Use to remove urethane and butyl from a pinchweld.

Made with a hardened steel blade and long shank to keep your hands away from pieces of broken glass.

4" Long.

1/2" Pinchweld Preparation Tool

IP NPS893

$8.00

Used to remove urethane and butyl from the pinchweld. Made with a hardened steel blade and long shank to keep your hands away from pieces of broken glass. 6-1/2" Long.

1/2" SuperScraper™ Blades • 10

IP ST456

$4.00

Replacement SuperScraper™ and PrepMaster™ Blades made of surgically sharp, stainless steel.

Also available in two additional widths: 5/8", and 3/4".

Package of ten.

 

1/2" SuperScraper™ Blades • 5

IP SC301

$2.00

Replacement SuperScraper™ and PrepMaster™ Blades made of surgically sharp, stainless steel.

Also available in two additional widths: 5/8", and 3/4".

Package of five. 

1/2" Wool Daubers • 100

IP SDT883

$10.00

Many vehicles have very small pinchwelds and conventional daubers are too large. A large dauber may cause urethane to spread onto the headliner or worse, drip onto the seat.

This is the reason why we offer these small daubers, measuring only 1/2" in diameter. Made of a thick wool tuft that is held tightly in the center with a strong wire that extends back 4-1/4" and forms a circular grip for easy gripping.

1/2" diameter and approximately 6" length.