Fast-Cutting Diamond Blades

Diablo Tools has introduced a line of diamond segmented turbo masonry cut-off blades that provide extreme durability, longer life and faster cuts in concrete and brick. Designed to fit standard arbor sizes and X-Lock interface, these diamond blades deliver up to 30 percent faster cuts and up to 4 times longer cutting life versus standard diamond cut-off blades.

Current diamond segmented and diamond turbo blades on the market are designed to offer either a quick cut or a clean cut. Diablo’s diamond segmented turbo blades feature an  innovative 2-in-1 design that delivers the best of both worlds with fast and clean cuts in all masonry materials.

Diablo’s diamond segmented turbo blades are designed with minimal gullet space between their proprietary segments to provide the perfect balance between speed and cleanliness of cut. The Speed-Edge slot design aids in debris removal and reduces vibration and side friction, ultimately providing high-cutting speeds. The unique castellations on the blade help remove debris and keep the blade cool when cutting. The blades feature 60 percent taller segments containing superior quality diamonds, along with an ultra-durable bond to the blade body for extended blade cutting life.

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