Circular saw blades are manufactured with specific jobs in mind. It is important to use the right circular saw blade for a certain project to ensure safety in the workplace while also extending the life of the blade. Using the wrong circular blade will not only mess up a project, but it can damage the [...]

Posted in: concrete saw blades, power tools

A concrete saw is clearly one of the most powerful tools in the construction business. Concrete saws are used to cut through solid brick, concrete, asphalt, and stone with an extra sharp spinning blade. Additionally, these power tools are available in different sizes and shapes, with the hand-held saw being the most common and least [...]

Posted in: concrete saw blades, concrete saw maintenance tips, operating concrete saws

Tile saws are often used to create straight cuts on tile and porcelain surfaces. Basically, a tile saw works by spraying a stream of water onto the rotating tile saw blade as it cuts through a surface for lubrication and dust removal. To operate a tile saw safely, follow these instructions:1. Prepare the following materials: [...]

Posted in: safety equipment

Evaluating a Diamond Blade’s Performance

Before measuring the performance of a diamond blade, it is important to consider that there are many factors that affect a diamond blade’s performance. There are different testing procedures and methodologies to help users evaluate a diamond blade in terms of blade life, rate and straightness of cut, and the quality of surface finish relative [...]

Posted in: core bit, wood blades

Early on this blog, we gave tips on how to work safely with newly purchased saw blades. While it is essential to have the proper equipment, proper handling of the power tools is equally important. Here are additional tips to follow when handling that saw blade for the first time: 1. Upon receiving your new [...]

Posted in: power tools

Buy a Masonry Saw Diamond Blade with These Tips

A masonry saw is also called a circular saw or a cut-off saw and purchasing the right masonry diamond blade is crucial in masonry-related construction jobs. To know how to purchase the right masonry diamond blade for your saw, follow these tips for a clean finish on masonry materials. 1. Through a trusted online seller, [...]

Posted in: masonry saw, masonry saw diamond blades, safety equipment

How to Replace a Tile Saw Blade

Tile saws are used for cutting several tile materials which include clay-fired, porcelain, marble, glass, and stone tiles. For example, wet tile saws operate via water-cooled diamond blades that create a clean and professional finish for cutting tiles. Granite uses wet tile saws because of its hardness. It also has the ability to make round, [...]

Posted in: safety equipment

When it comes to cutting concrete, you will need most obviously require a concrete saw and some real heavy duty industrial concrete saw blades. But did you know that there are different kinds of concrete saw blades? And did you know that concrete saw blades are not just for cutting through concrete?For starters, there are [...]

Posted in: concrete saw blades

Sharpening Diamond Blades and Drill Bits

Diamond blades and drill bits must be sharpened regularly to ensure consistent and even cuts. Repeated use can cause diamond blades and drill bits to become dull. Not only will this lead to frustration (for not being able to cut any material), but it also poses a risk for the user’s safety. The saw could [...]

Posted in: carbide blades, diamond blade, drill bits

Even heavy industrial equipment like a concrete saw can get worn down from all that hard work. Slicing through concrete at 2,000 rpm a day is bound to diminish the quality of your concrete saw’s performance. Understandably, you cannot go easy on your concrete saw’s workload but you can follow these basic maintenance tips to [...]

Posted in: concrete saw maintenance tips, green concrete diamond blades

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