Abrasive Cutting & Diamond Blades Tool Facts
Ordering our products:
To help us get you the proper blade, please have the following information ready when ordering:
- Blade Size
- Arbor size and mention if you need a pinhole in core
Material to be cut
- Hardness of material
- Type of machine product will be used on
- Wet or dry cutting
- RPM of saw
- Horsepower of saw
Safety and working instructions for diamond and abrasive cutting tools:
- Make sure saw is clean and free from any damage before mounting the blade.
- Make sure the arbor of the blade fits snug on the shaft of the saw.
- Make sure the blade is spinning in the correct direction.
- Make sure blade is tightened correctly.
- Do not exceed appropriate RPM for the blade.
- Do not use the sides of the blade for grinding
- Always cut in straight lines.
- Do not cut for long periods of time continuously with dry blades.
- Dry cut only with dry cut blades.
- Allow the blade to do the cutting. Do not force it.
- Use the correct diamond blade on the proper saw for the material to be cut.
- Always wear proper safety equipment such as safety glasses, protective clothing, hearing, safety footwear, and respiratory equipment.
|Diameter||Maximum RPM||Depth of Cut|
*Based on 9500 surface feet per minute.
*The RPM range for concrete and masonry products is +/-10% of the recommended RPM in the chart. The optimum range for hard, dense materials such as stone and tile is 10-25% less than the RPM in the table.
*Depths are approximate and depend on saw type.