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Laser Welded General Purpose Blade

Our Segmented General Purpose Blade, part of the Series, is meticulously designed to provide optimal cutting performance and an extended service life when dealing with abrasive materials like asphalt. The blade's innovative features ensure efficiency and safety during cutting operations.

Features:

  1. Precision for Abrasive Materials:

    • Tailored for cutting abrasive materials such as asphalt, this segmented general purpose blade excels in performance and longevity.

  2. Supreme Quality Segments:

    • The blade boasts 10mm segments of supreme quality, delivering superior cutting performance and ensuring a long service life.

  3. Enhanced Cooling Design:

    • The slanted steel core design, coupled with strategically placed cooling holes, maximizes cutting speed and facilitates efficient heat dissipation during operations.

  4. Deep Undercut Protection:

    • Equipped with deep-drop segments, the blade provides reliable undercut protection, particularly when working with abrasive materials. This feature prevents unwanted issues during cutting.

  5. Safety through Laser Welding:

    • Laser-welded segments enhance safety and durability, ensuring the blade's resilience in challenging cutting conditions.

  6. Universal Arbor Size:

    • The 1” arbor size is designed to fit most walk-behind saws with power ratings up to 20HP, offering versatility and compatibility.

  7. Wet or Dry Cutting:

    • The segmented general purpose blade is designed for flexibility, allowing for both wet and dry cutting applications based on your specific requirements.

Whether you are involved in asphalt cutting for construction or roadwork, this Segmented General Purpose Blade from our Series delivers the precision, durability, and safety needed for demanding cutting tasks. Its adaptability to wet or dry cutting scenarios adds to its overall versatility, making it an indispensable tool for professionals.


Segmented General Purpose Blade

Segmented General Purpose Blade

Segmented General Purpose Blade

Our Segmented General Purpose Blade, part of the Series, is meticulously designed to provide optimal cutting performance and an extended service life when dealing with abrasive materials like asphalt. The blade's innovative features ensure efficiency and safety during cutting operations.

General Purpose Blade

General Purpose Blade

General Purpose Blade

Our HNSPD series general purpose diamond blades stand out as one of the most advanced and high-performing options available in the market today. Engineered for fast and aggressive cutting, these laser-welded saw blades excel in a wide variety of applications, especially advanced and composite materials. Customization in diameters, thickness, and arbor sizes is available upon request.

Tear-slot Diamond Blade

Tear-slot Diamond Blade

Tear-slot Diamond Blade

The HNSPG series tear-slot diamond blades, crafted with precision through laser welding, are specifically designed to cut through very hard masonry materials. These blades seamlessly blend the features of a turbo-type cutting rim with the style of a segmented diamond blade. The result is a turbo-segmented diamond blade that provides a cleaner cut compared to regular segmented blades, making it an ideal choice for cutting through pavers, masonry, and bricks. The tear-slot design enhances the efficiency of the blade, ensuring fast and cool cuts with easy slurry removal.

Fast Turbo Cutting Blade

Fast Turbo Cutting Blade

Fast Turbo Cutting Blade

The Series Turbo Segmented Diamond Blade is a high-performance cutting tool engineered to meet the demands of professional cutting applications. Its innovative features not only enhance cutting speed and durability but also prioritize safety and operator comfort. Choose this fast cutting blade for your projects requiring precision and efficiency.

Segmented High Rim Diamond Blade

Segmented High Rim Diamond Blade

Segmented High Rim Diamond Blade

The HNSPE series segmented high rim diamond blade is meticulously crafted for precision cutting of asphalt and asphalt over concrete. Engineered with slanted segments for undercut protection, this segmented laser diamond blade is specifically designed for abrasive materials, ensuring outstanding performance and cost efficiency.

Segmented Diamond Blade

Segmented Diamond Blade

Segmented Diamond Blade

The HNSPC Series Segmented Diamond Blade is a reliable and efficient tool for professionals requiring versatility and high-performance cutting. Whether tackling concrete, brick, stone, or asphalt, this blade delivers precision, durability, and safety in a variety of applications.

U Slot Diamond Blade

U Slot Diamond Blade

U Slot Diamond Blade

The HNSPE series U-slot diamond blade is meticulously crafted for cutting hard materials such as masonry, bricks, and blocks. The U-slot design enhances cutting efficiency, providing fast cutting and cooling, easy material discharge, and aggressive cutting capabilities for deep cuts.

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