Diamond Tile Blade - Hard Material & Hard Brick

DUT-HH

Description

For angle grinders, petrol saws and other hand held power tools to cut external porcelain (grade 5), ceramic, natural stone and other very hard tiles.

Use of water is recommended (Do Not Use Water With Electric Angle Grinders).

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The blade for cutting hard tile with hand held machines.

WITH: Angle Grinders | Petrol Saws  (See size chart below)

hand held cutting for outdoor porcelain & hard stone tiles

external porcelain tiles
  • EXCELLENT SPEED OF CUT
  • HOT PRESSED 10MM SEGMENT HEIGHT
  • HIGH DENSITY / DIAMOND CONCENTRATION
  • LASER CUT TENSION REDUCING SLOTS
  • FOR HAND HELD MACHINES
  • SEE BEST PRACTISE RECOMENDATIONS

Sizing Options

Part number Dimensions Bore Machine
230DUT-HH 230 x 2.0 x 22.23 (9″) 22.23mm Angle Grinders
300DUT-HH 300 x 2.4 x 20.00 (12″) 20.00mm Petrol Saws

the blade for cutting hard tile with angle grinders & hand held saws

For the best finish and to minimise chipping in external porcelain tile follow the guidelines below

  • DRY OR WET CUTTING (Do not use water with hand held electric angle grinders)
  • DO NOT use in a reciprocating motion
  • Secure to a suitable flat surface like a wooden pallet to reduce vibration
  • Secure tile on pallet so there is no tile overhanging
  • Mark the line on the tile where you want to cut
  • Initially score tile across the line in one pass
  • To relieve tension and stop the tile from cracking, make a 50-60mm full cut at either end of the line
  • Then cut through tile fully in one slow pass, do not apply pressure and let the blade do the work
  • Cutting into pallet will have no detrimental effect on the blade

DRESSING STONE

Aluminium oxide stone for the re-dressing of diamond tile blades – Part No. DRESS-CODE