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Safety Blades

Safety Blades

Made of solid steel (up to 14")
Won't shatter or lose segments
#1 choice of U. S. & Canadian water departments for cutting ductile iron pipe
Trusted by firefighters for forcible entry, extrication, USAR, and RIT
Cuts almost anything

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Fire Rescue Blades

Fire Rescue Blades

Blades for all fire rescue applications, including
Forcible Entry
Roof Ventilation
Extrication
USAR - Urban Search and Rescue
RIT - Rapid Intervention Teams

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Concrete Combo Blades

Concrete Combo Blades

Why Waste Time Switching Blades?
Each of our Concrete Combo Blades cuts a wide range of materials.
You save time switching blades when you switch the materials that you cut.



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Concrete Blades

Concrete Blades

Do you need a concrete blade for any of the following types of saws?
Handheld
Walk-Behind
Cut-n-Break

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Asphalt & Green Concrete Blades

Asphalt & Green Concrete Blades

Handheld and walk-behind saw blades for all your asphalt cutting needs
Designed for anyone who has to cut a lot of asphalt
Undercut protection to prevent segment loss in abrasive materials

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Ring Saw Blades

Ring Saw Blades

Ring saw blades for metal, concrete & ductile iron
Cuts twice as deep as other 14" diamond blades
Reduce excavation when cutting buried pipe

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Crack Chasers

Crack Chasers

Made to chase, widen, and repair concrete cracks
Great for crack repair in asphalt, stone, and granite
Won't chip or crack material
Blades for angle grinders & walk-behind saws

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Tuck Pointers

Tuck Pointers

Designed for joint preparation and mortar removal in masonry, brick, and brick veneer
Fast-cutting and heavy-duty tuck pointing blades
For use on angle grinders


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Continuous Rim Blades

Continuous Rim Blades

The smoothest cutting tile saw blades and stone cutting blades that you can buy
For applications requiring smooth, clean, good-looking finishes
Cut tile, stone, granite and other materials
Perfect for granite countertop manufacturers, stone cutters, flooring contractors, & anyone else who worries about how their work looks

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Diamond Saw Blades

Most diamond saw blades come in two parts:

  • A metal blade core
  • Numerous cutting segments attached to the perimeter of the core

A saw blade’s core doesn’t do any of the cutting, instead it holds the cutting segment -- much like the center of a wooden saw blade holds the teeth. 

The cutting segments cut the material using an abrasive grinding action. These segments have two ingredients:

  • Diamonds, in the form of sandpaper-sized grit
  • A metal bond

The bond is usually a metal powder which has the diamonds mixed into it. The bond powder and diamonds are usually sintered – that is, compressed without melting – into a cutting segment, then welded onto the core of a saw blade.

Sintering is a relatively low-tech and cheap way to produce cutting segments for diamond saw blades. This, in turn, has created a profusion of relatively low-cost diamond and other superabrasive blades for a variety of applications.

How Diamond Saw Blades Work

Diamond saw blades don’t cut through materials in the same manner as wood-cutting blades. Instead, the exposed diamond grit on the surfaces of the cutting segments uses an abrasive action to cut through the material, similar to a grinder smoothing a surface (which is why they’re called “superabrasive” blades). You can even see metal-cutting blades melt their way through metal if you’re sharp-eyed.

Because of these exposed diamonds, diamond saw blades are able to cut hard materials. They’re also why you have concrete blades, masonry blades, and asphalt blades in your toolkit. However, these exposed diamonds are also the Achilles heels of superabrasive blades.

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