Yes, it would work. That is what it is made for. I have used it to cut concrete pavers and concrete slabs and can do it all day long. However, be aware that this is only 7.5 inches in diameter so it may not be able to cut all the way through a typical concrete slab. You may have to cut as deep as you can and then bust the strip with a sledge hammer. These types of blades are available in larger diameters, if you have the equipment to use them. Also, this blade is for very nice, smooth cuts. You could try the segmented version of this blade for a slightly rougher but faster cut. Wear proper protective equipment, and if dry-cutting, be prepared for an ungodly amount of dust.
Dear Sanni, The blade thickness is 0.95". We hope this information helps with your project.
Yes. The Avanti Pro 7 inch Turbo Diamond Blade can cut marble. A daimond blade should always be used to cut marble.
Yes, it will. I have a circular saw with the same dimensions and the blade went on with no problem.
An Avanti Pro Turbo Diamond Blade should cut granite.
I don't know any specifics about the QEP wet saw, but I use this blade on a Ridgid 7 inch wet tile saw and it cuts like a champ any type of tile and pavers and it does a very nice job. But for the finest work with thinner materials (like mosaic tiles, for example) I prefer to use a continuous-rim blade.
I don't know what a "type 27 angle grinder" is. But if it is of any help, I have used a smaller version of this blade on a 4 1/2 inch angle grinder and it has worked fine. Be aware that if cutting dry it will generate an ungodly amount of dust. Don't skimp on protective gear.
No, this is a masonry blade. I would guess that it would get the Formica hot but that’s about it. If you are using a circular saw, use a thin kerf, 40 tooth (minimum) carbide tip blade. The more teeth the better. Same premise if you are using a table saw. Hope this helps.
No, specifically made for masonry, brick, etc.
No, made for brick and masonry.