Max rpm: 13,300 rpm
Use: Marble, granite, porcelain & ceramic tiles.
The continuous rim diamond blade is also known as a wet cut blade and needs to be used with water when cutting. It cuts the slowest of the different diamond blade styles, but produces the best cut.
Why use water?
Water significantly cools down the blade, allowing for a longer life. It flushes out debris to have less friction when cutting and reduces the amount of dust. When the segment has changed colour, little to no coolant was used.
- Make multiple shallow cuts instead of a single deep cut.
- Do not side grind a cutting blade.
- Fit the blade in the correct rotation direction. The life expectancy and cutting performance of the blade will be reduced when fitted reversed. It is also prone to becoming glazed.
- When a diamond blade is glazed, it feels smooth to the touch with little to no diamonds exposed. This happens when the metal bond on the segment is too hard for the material it is cutting. To rectify - expose more diamonds on the segments by making shallow cuts in a soft, abrasive material like limestone.
- A short diamond blade life is a result of using a blade with a soft metal bond on a more abrasive material such as sandstone or asphalt.
- Wet cutting will extend the life of the blade
- Select the correct blade for the material.
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- Stock: In Stock
- Cat No: DT10115-1
- Weight: 0.12kg
- Dimensions: 128.00cm x 2.00cm x 2.00cm
- SKU: DT10115-1
- UPC: 6009515815370