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Asphalt Cutting Diamond Saw Blades

 

With Drop Segments (Low Protection Teeth)

 

Asphalt Saw Blades are used for cutting asphalt and asphalt over concrete roadways, also suitable for cutting green concrete and other abrasive materials with maximum performance and longevity.

 

This type of diamond blade is usually for roadway construction, demolition and parking lot applications.

 

Our asphalt cutting diamond saw blades come laser welded, the U slot gullet design allows for quick and efficient debris removal to provide fast cutting action and prevent segment loss.

 

Wet cut only with sufficient water!

 

Suit for hand held circular saw, gas powered saw, walk behind saw.

 

 

 

Code No.

Diameter

(mm/inch)

Segment Size

(mm)

Segment No.

(pcs/set)

Bore Size

Welding Method

CD-SBA-01-01

300mm(12")

40x3.0x10

21

25.4mm

50mm

Laser Welded

CD-SBA-01-02

350mm(14")

40x3.2x10

24

CD-SBA-01-03

400mm(16")

40x3.6x10

28

CD-SBA-01-04

450mm(18")

40x4.0x10

32

CD-SBA-01-05

500mm(20")

40x4.2x10

36

CD-SBA-01-06

600mm(24")

40x4.6x10

42

CD-SBA-01-07 650mm(26") 40x4.6x10 46
CD-SBA-01-08 700mm(28") 40x4.6x10 50
CD-SBA-01-09 750mm(30") 40x4.8x10 54
CD-SBA-01-10 800mm(32") 40x4.8x10 57

 

 

The above specification & photos is only for reference, other specification may be available as per customer's demand.

 

 

Remarks:

 

What is the difference between between concrete and asphalt blades?”

The easiest answer is the BOND of the blade. The bond is the metals that hold the diamonds in place. The bond consists of metal powder. The powder can be a mixture of a variety of metals such as cobalt, tungsten, nickel, and copper. Asphalt is softer then concrete so the metals that are used in the bond are the harder metals (cobalt & tungsten) For concrete the bond consists of softer metals (nickel & copper)

Another difference between the design of Asphalt vs Concrete blades is the core. Asphalt blades have a segment that will go further into the core, either a drop segment, wedge segment, radial segment, or tungsten or carbide kickers. The reason for this is because asphalt is more abrasive then concrete. Without the added features, your blade will undercut and thin out, because of the abrasive compounds grinding on the blade during cutting.

 

 

Warm Prompt:

For your personal protection, to take good care of your eyes/ears/face/hands/body/etc., before you start working we recommend that you wear safety glasses, dust aspirators, welding gloves, safety shoes, and other appropriate equipment.

 

 

 

 

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