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KLINGSPOR offers a well-rounded
line-up of traditional abrasive products, along with technologically advanced diamond blades to open up market
opportunities in construction, water works maintenance and repair, and installation.
As with all other KLINGSPOR high speed cutting and grinding tools, the diamond blade line is covered by the
oSa seal of approval for safety.
The steel core is the foundation of the blade, providing stability.
The area where the blade connects to the power tool. The arrow around the arbor hole is the cutting direction of the blade.
An additional hole on certain diamond blades.
The gullet is the gap between segments. It expels debris and reduces operating heat.
Working portion, contains diamonds.
The color around the edges of the KLINGSPOR triangle describes the tool's application range.
The left side of the bar shows Maximum RPM (revolutions per minute), while the right side is the maximum operating speed given in meters per second.
Every diamond cutting blade contains information on dimensions in both units of measurement.
The pictograms indicate how to use the diamond tools safely. They are located on both the left and right side.
Segments are the teeth at the edge of a diamond blade where the diamonds and bond are held. They are also synthetic (man-made) for ideal shape and quality control.
Meanwhile, gullets are the gaps between segments.
There are various shapes of segments to suit their application. Below are some examples that KLINGSPOR has sold before.
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The biggest factor driving the decision for a diamond blade is the material that needs to be cut. Different areas in the United States have different aggregates.
The applications for diamond blades are vast. A large variety of industries rely on these tools. The DT 900 ACR (All Cut Rescue) reaches a new level.
Specifically made for rescue services, this blade should not be missing in any fire department or rescue team!
Construction materials, concrete, glass, rubber, wood & wood-based materials, plastic, metal, power cables, PVC tubes, bitumen, and more.
We recently did rescue training with a fire station. Two firefighters did the testing, cutting up the hood of an automobile,
each using our blade and the competitor's in turn. We could observe that KLINGSPOR's blade seemed to cut faster and this was confirmed by both testers,
adding that our blade seemed to cut more smoothly and required less feed pressure.