Diamond Blades


Dry cutting blades require sufficient airflow around the blade to prevent overheating of the steel core. This is best accomplished by intermittent cuts along with periods of “free-spinning” to maximize the cooling process.

Always ware a dust mask during dry cutting.

When wet cutting, small amounts of water act as a coolant for the diamond blade. This supports the effectiveness and longevity of the diamond blade. Additionally, using water reduces the dust pollution in the air.