Model # TLK DRY

Internet #202268313

Quasar Tile Kut Platinum D/W 7 in. Continuous Rim Tile Diamond Blade


Tile Kut Platinum D/W 7 in. Continuous Rim Tile Diamond Blade

$3397 /each

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Product Overview

This Quasar Tile Kut Platinum D/W 7 in. Continuous Rim Tile Blade is for use with a right-angle grinder, tile saw or circular saw and fits 5/8 in., 7/8 in. and DA arbors. It is for chip-free cutting of tile, stone, marble and granite. This blade has a maximum safe speed of 8,700 RPM and can be used wet or dry.

  • For use with a right-angle grinder, tile saw or circular saw
  • For chip-free maximum performance when cutting tile, stone, marble, granite, slate and terrazzo
  • For the contractor who wants one blade to cut both tile and stone
  • Fits 5/8 in., 7/8 in. and DA arbors
  • Tall diamond rim height of 0.4 in. (10 mm)
  • Can be used wet or dry
  • Supreme quality - contractor grade

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Tile Kut Platinum D/W 7 in. Continuous Rim Tile Diamond Blade is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very very good blade This blade, if used properly, is a very good buy. It cuts well, and didn't get too hot even thought I was cutting a solid granite countertop. Cut in small depths, using several passes at increased depths. Avoid trying to cut the entire 1-2 inch depth in one pass. This blade cut well and has enough left to make many more cuts. Very good value.
Date published: 2012-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely CUTS Granite and Stone... There was only one review when I bought this blade (and mine is the 2nd). I had concerns about the manufacturer stating it would DRY cut granite, stone, etc. WELL, IT DRY CUTS GRANITE AND STONE EASILY! I was demolishing a ktichen, but wanted to salvage most of the granite countertops -about 80sqft laid out in 4 major sections, which required 3 cuts in order to prevent cracking during removal. All 3 cuts were from 24 to 42 inches, DRY (not wet) cutting, and into 1/2" to 1-1/2" granite (thick at edges) with a 3/4" plywood backer underneath. I was very surprised at how well and fast it cut. I went very slow at first but went faster with the next 2 cuts. You can hear and feel the blade and sense when you're moving it too fast. Did it cut chip free? Yes, but only when moving at a steady and slightly slower pace. If you want to simply make the fastest cuts possible, it will chip the edges of the granite (and stone), mostly small chips (1/4"-1/2"). Straight and smooth surface after cutting? Smooth enough - I used it on a handheld portable 7-1/2" saw so I didn't expect too much, with a 2x4 to line it up (not freehand). Cuts were fairly straight. One issue - requires a steady firm hand on the saw if you want a straight and well-aligned cut. Any slight angle or tilt on the saw and the blade will track that path. Dust - Sicne I was cutting granite and stone DRY, I expected TONS OF DUST. I was not dissappointed. Wear a good mask and good safety glasses or goggles. Overheating - yes, the blade will overheat if you make long DRY cuts or in my case, letting the rotating blade just "sit" in a spot too long. Cut for 30-120 seconds, then let it cool for the same timeframe while you grab some fresh air somewhere else.
Date published: 2013-11-26
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