Fire rescue blades trusted by firefighters for forcible entry, extrication, USAR, and RIT. Cuts almost anything. Made of solid steel (up to 14"), so it won't shatter or lose segments. Cuts: Metal braces, hardened locks and shackles, hockey puck locks, security gates, chain link fence, car doors, galvanized steel guard rails, bulletproof glass, wood, drywall, 2x4s, plywood, stucco, concrete, rebar, and more.
Fire Rescue Safety Blade.
Trusted by RIT, SOC, USAR and forcible entry teams worldwide
The perfect blade for all extrication, forcible entry and rescue operations!
That last thing you need to worry about is whether your blade will fail during a rescue. It's also the last thing that you'll need to worry about when you use Fire Rescue Safety Blades.
The Fire Rescue Safety Blade is made of solid steel (up to 14"), so it won't break and endanager your life like abrasive blades. It also cuts faster than abrasives, saving you time when it counts, and cuts more materials than welded blades, reducing the number of saws and blades that you have to carry to emergencies. The Fire Rescue Safety Blade is the best blade that you can buy for forcible entry, extrication, RIT and USAR.
The Fire Rescue Safety Blade is covered by our signature Life Time Operator Error Warranty, so you can confidently focus on saving lives without worrying about your blade losing segments, warping, wobbling or cracking from normal use.
Fire Rescue Safety Blade Blade Benefits
- Keeps Saw Operators Safe: Fire Rescue Safety Blades are made of solid steel (up to 14") to eliminate injuries and fatalities from shattering blades and segment loss.
- Reduces Sparks: Fire Rescue Safety Blades generate 90% less sparks than abrasives during cutting.
- Reduces Binding During Cuts: Fire Rescue Safety Blades' electroplated swirl design helps prevent binding, because you can't waste time wrenching a blade out of a cut during an emergency.
- Prevents Warping and Wobbling: Fire Rescue Safety Blades' Air Flow Technology helps dissipate heat during continuous use.
- Reduces Health Insurance Costs and Lost Time: Fire Rescue Safety Blades won't generate hazardous dust during cutting, unlike abrasive blades.
- Outlasts Abrasive Blades: You'll go through 150 good quality abrasive blades - costing $4 to $10 and totaling $600 to $1,500 - before you'll wear down just one of our Fire Rescue Safety Blades.
- Ecologically Friendly: Fire Rescue Safety Blades are 100% recyclable steel, unlike abrasives, which are 100% waste.
- Life Time Operator Error Warranty: Fire Rescue Safety Blades come with the most comprehensive warranty in the industry and are warrantied for life against any and all damages.
Fire Rescure Safety Blade Specifications
- Segment Height: 0.315" (8mm)
- Diamond Content: Up to 85% vacuum-brazed diamond
- Segment Weld: Made of solid steel with no welded cutting segments (up to and including 14") or laser-welded to steel cores (16" and larger)
- Wet/Dry Cutting: Can be used for both wet and dry cutting.
Fire Rescue Safety Blade Blades Have Been Successfully Proven On:
- Metal braces.
- Hardened locks and shackles.
- Hockey puck locks.
- Security gates
- Chain link fence.
- Car doors and bulletproof glass.
- Galvanized steel guard rails.
- Wood, drywall, 2x4s and plywood.
- Concrete and rebar.
Who Uses Fire Rescue Safety Blade Blades?
- Trusted by firefighters and USAR, RIT, SOC and forcible entry teams around the world.
- #1 choice of fire departments in the United States and Canada.
- Preferred blade of fire departments and training academies in North America.
- Recommended by Brotherhood Instructors LLC. Read their Fire Rescue Safety Blade product review here.
- Desert Diamond Industries is the largest diamond blade supplier to governmental agencies in North America.
"We cannot ever jeopardize personnel safety just to extend the life of a replaceable or repairable tool."
- Rieger, Kai W., "Roof Ventilation: Quickie Ridge Vent Cut," Training Notebook, Fire Engineering, March 2000, 24-25. KAI W. RIEGER, a 23-year veteran of the fire service, is a captain with the Jackson Township Fire Department in Canton, Ohio. He is a fire instructor at Stark State College in Canton, Ohio and at Buckeye Career Center in New Philadelphia, Ohio. He is also a hazardous materials technician and assistant control officer for the Stark County Hazardous Materials and Confined Space Response Team. He has a bachelor's degree in management and an associate's degree in fire science.