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Diamond saw blade for granite JD8-2-2

Short Description:

Dimond saw blade, including laser or brazed weled saw blade,martrix blades,tuck point blades and sintered sw blades, design for longer life and fast speed, efficient cutting in store, brick, concrete, marble, granite, ceramic tiles, sandstone, asphalt and many other high density construction materials, recommend wet cutting, but can be used for dry cutting.


  • Model Number: JD8-2-2
  • Type: Diamond saw blade for granite
  • Size: 4”/4.5”/5”/7”/9”/10”/12”/14”/16”/18”/20”/24”
  • Material: high quality original diamond
  • Slot type: key slot, narrow u, wide u, slant slot
  • Segment Shape: Turbo, Fan, W, U,etc.
  • Product Detail

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    More Description:

    Silver brazed sandwich style silent core diamond saw blade granite cutting tools, silent granite cutting saw blade stone cutter diamond disc, granite stone processing tools diamond circular saw cutter blade, granite cutting tools stone circular saw blade with silent core, stone processing cutting blade silent core granite cutter saw diamond blade, reliable manufacturer stone cutting disc granite saw blade silent blank, professional supplier sandwich type silent body diamond cutting saw blade for granite.

    Features:

    1. Fast cutting & long life & Stable performance, High grade of diamonds

    2. Different bonds are for different applications & precise segment size

    3. Working safe, quiet, and precise, reducing cutting & working time

    4. Great adaptability & No chipping

    How do diamond blades work?

    Diamond blades don’t cut, they grind!  The exposed diamond crystals do the grinding work. The metal matrix or bond holds the diamonds in place. Trailing behind each exposed diamond is a “bond tail” which helps to support the diamond. As the blade rotates through the material the exposed surface of the diamonds grind the material being cut into a fine powder.

    After several thousand passes through the material being cut, the exposed diamonds begin to crack and fracture. The matrix holding the diamond also begins to wear away.

    Eventually the diamond completely breaks up and its fragments are swept away with the material that it is grinding.

    As the diamond wears and fractures, controlled erosion of the metal bond containing the diamond exposes new sharp diamond points. This cycle of erosion and exposure continues until all of the diamond and metal bond section of the segment is gone. Once the cutting section is consumed the blade will no longer grind letting the operator know it is time for a new blade.


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