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RIDGID

Model # HD-TB70CP

Internet # 202882332

Store SKU # 134329

7 in. Turbo Diamond Blade

$27.97 /each
  • Up to 3X longer life than other standard blades
  • New design with taller diamond segments
  • High-grade diamond segments deliver heavy duty performance

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Model # HD-TB70CP

Internet # 202882332

Store SKU # 134329

All RIDGID diamond blades are made from Hi-Grade diamond powder with a proprietary bond engineered for maximum cutting performance. Continuous Turbo rim for extremely fast and smooth cutting on a range of masonry and construction materials. Cooling holes extend life by cooling blade core.

  • Fits 7 in. grinders and circular saws
  • Great for cutting pavers, bricks, blocks, concrete and stone
  • Ideal for professional contractor use
  • 8,730 RPM maximum
  • Suitable for both dry and wet cutting
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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Blade Diameter 
7 in 
Product Depth (in.) 
0.104 
Product Height (in.) 
Product Width (in.) 
Details
Color Family 
Black 
Material Cut 
Multi-Purpose 
Number in Package 
Power Tool Accessory Type 
Circular Saw Blade 
Power Tool Product Type 
Power Tool Accessory 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Rim Type 
Turbo 
Saw Blade Material 
Diamond 
Tools Product Type 
Power Tool 

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Brand: RIDGID
Price: $20 - $30
Material Cut: Multi-Purpose
Blade Diameter: 7 in
Saw Blade Material: Diamond
Review Rating: 4 & Up
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how much dust will this kick up cutting basement slab?

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I need to move a bathroom rough in and the concrete slab is 3 inches thick, just concerned how much
dust will be kicked up.
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You will need a good respirator and plan on doing a lot of cleaning afterwards.
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Extremely dusty..used 16 gal shop vac to help eliminate as much dust as possible...worked good but still dusty!!! used electric circular saw so watering area was not an option to control dust...
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I have been using this blade with a small wet tile saw set-up, so I can not say for sure. But judging from past experience, if you are not using a water feed, it is going to make some serious dust
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January 24, 2014
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Hello snorkel,
Cutting concrete is rarely not a dusty project. Cutting through a 3" slab will kick up a great deal of dust. Using a wet cutting concrete saw will reduce dust and prolong the duration that you can cut. You can use tarp around the bathroom to make cleanup easier and prevent dust from accumulating on surfaces.
Outline the area to be cut and score down in layers to help minimize dust kick Read More
Hello snorkel,
Cutting concrete is rarely not a dusty project. Cutting through a 3" slab will kick up a great deal of dust. Using a wet cutting concrete saw will reduce dust and prolong the duration that you can cut. You can use tarp around the bathroom to make cleanup easier and prevent dust from accumulating on surfaces.
Outline the area to be cut and score down in layers to help minimize dust kick up. Always wear eye protection and a quality dust mask whenever cutting concrete.
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will a turbo diamond blade cleanly cut marble?

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September 10, 2015
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Yes, this blade can cleanly cut marble.
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Thank you for your interest in RIDGID.
It could. But for really clean cuts, the 7in RIDGID Stone Blade SKU# 1000010530 would do a better job.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/RIDGID-7-in-Diamond-Stone-Blade-for-Cutting-Granite-Marble-and-Hard-Stone-GS70SP/202022296?keyword=gs70sp
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What's the difference between Turbo Diamond blade and Segmented Diamond blade?

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Besides the difference in price, what's the difference between Turbo Diamond and Segmented Diamond? I intend to cut some shallow channels into a concrete door step to help provide a way for water to drain away from the door. The surface of the step is sloping towards the building and the rain water runs under the thresholds of the doors to the interior. I am planning on using one of these blades in my 7-1/4 inch circular saw, and I'd like to know whether each of these two will work equally well for this, or whether one might be better than the other.
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You need a smooth diamond blade for tile or else it can chip, a segmented blade is good for concrete because you can cut faster and looks don't count as much . Near as I can tell this blade is segmented.
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Thank you for your interest in RIDGID!
Both blades would work for this application, but you could go with the Turbo since it will provide cleaner cuts.
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Is this blade fixable?

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Nixa Missouri
July 7, 2013
I used this blade on an older 71/4 circular saw and it worked fine for a while until the inner circle detached so it no longer works. I'm not sure what the disc is for or if this blade can be fixed with another disc.
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Belton, MO, USA
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If you are meaning the arbor reducer ring, it is a press in fit. I have them pop out all the time when changing to different blades, and merely press back in place by hand. If by chance the ring has rounded, I would think it could be replaced with a similar reducer from another blade. I always save them when I discard a blade. Hope this helps
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The Company that makes those for us is Irwin. Their phone number is 800-866-5744
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great cutting tool I had to cut 2" thick pavers for a project. This blade cut through them like butter and made the project so much quicker. March 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lanscaping project I used this blade to cut landscaping stone (4") and was very impressed at how well it cut the stone. I was able to make very presise cuts and very thin if needed. I cut over 30 stones and the blade still cuts like its new. January 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked Very Well Bought to cut pavers, and was impressed with the ease of the cuts. First time using this type blade. The key to good cuts, is to go slowly, let the blade do the work. September 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cutting pavers the easy way I was very pleased with how easy this blade cut through the pavers I was using for our new outdoor firepit. It made shaping each corner and finishing wallcap a breeze. Would definitely recommend. July 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good blade for precision I used this with a circular saw to cut pavers for a small patio project. I had to cut some pieces 1/2" and some 3". It worked well for both. I had to brace the paver between bricks to hold it in place while I plunge cut it for the small pieces. Very precise cuts. It turned out nice. The home depot associate told me this was the blade that I needed for my pavers. November 30, 2012
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not impressed for the cost The blade isn't any better then similar blades of lower cost at other retail stores. Bottom line the cost to life span of the blade is the only issue if it lasted longer or was closer price to other concrete/masonry blades I'd purchase them again. October 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Does a Good Job of Cutting Concrete I used this blade in a cheap hand-held circular saw. The blade is 7 inches in diameter, and allows you to cut about two inches deep. It works great for scoring concrete, which can be used for crack control or to outline where you want to use a jackhammer. It will not cut deep enough to get through a 4 inch slab of concrete, and won't cut deep enough to allow you to finish breaking out the concrete with a sledge hammer. As mentioned, given the blade diameter of 7 inches, it serves a specific purpose, Get a saw with at least a 12 inch blade if you need to cut through a 4 inch slab. June 2, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good blade, but I won't buy one again. I looked and looked for the "Made in ________" line but couldn't find it--figured it was hidden on the inside of the packaging but probably US made because of the higher price as compared to other brands that were Made in Taiwan. After I got home and opened it I found the stealth country of origin label (it can actually be read but only if you know where to look and don't get distracted by all the French and Spanish print). Sure enough, made in Taiwan. Since these are made by Irwin I suspect the only thing different between a $27 Rigid and the $17 other brand is $10 and different color packaging. I don't mind paying more for Made in USA, but I hate paying more for a "brand name" that is no different than the the "no name" stuff. I will not make this mistake again. July 10, 2015
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