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7 in. Turbo Diamond Blade

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  • Works for both dry and wet cutting
  • Great for cutting concrete, brick, block, stone and stucco
  • Delivers 8700 RPM for powerful performance
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Product Overview

The AvantiPRO 7 in. Turbo Diamond Blade provides the best cutting performance and long life for all of your DIY projects. Use the turbo rim blade for fast and smooth cuts on concrete, brick, block, stone, and stucco. This blade will fit most 7 in. angle grinders and circular saws.
  • Turbo rim
  • Ideal for cutting concrete, brick, block, stone, and stucco
  • Provides fast smooth cuts
  • Fits 7 in. angle grinders and circular saws
  • DM 7/8 in. - 5/8 in. arbor
  • MAX RPM 8,730
  • Dry or wet cutting
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Diameter (in.)
7
Diameter (in.)
7 in

Details

Blade Diameter (in.)
7 in
Blade Type
Diamond
Color Family
Silver
Ideally Used With
Angle Grinders
Material Cut
Multi-Purpose
Number in Package
1
Power Tool Accessory Type
Circular Saw Blade
Returnable
90-Day
Rim Type
Turbo
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Teeth Per Inch
0
Tool Type
Saw Blade
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

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Can this cut concrete slaps to install a French drainage system?

Asked by Bob80 June 15, 2021
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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.

What is the thickness of this blade?

Asked by Sanni October 19, 2020
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Answer

Dear Sanni, The blade thickness is 0.95". We hope this information helps with your project.

Will this blade cut marble?

Asked by TaysBae September 27, 2020
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Answer

Yes. The Avanti Pro 7 inch Turbo Diamond Blade can cut marble. A daimond blade should always be used to cut marble.

Got 7 1/4 circular saw , says 7 1/4 what size diamond blade can l use

Asked by Lp July 31, 2020
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Yes, it will. I have a circular saw with the same dimensions and the blade went on with no problem.

Will this cut granite?

Asked by Frank June 9, 2020
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An Avanti Pro Turbo Diamond Blade should cut granite.

Can you use this in a QEP 7 inch wet tile saw to cut stone tiles

Asked by Papa May 29, 2020
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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.

Can you use this blade on a 7 in. type 27 angle grinder?

Asked by Bill May 22, 2020
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Answer

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.

I need to cut some formica sheet its about 1/8 inch thick and I have to be careful not to crack i...

Asked by Dave May 8, 2020
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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.

Can this blade cut laminate flooring?

Asked by Lillian February 23, 2020
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Answers

No, specifically made for masonry, brick, etc.

can this blade cut through 3/4 inch marble?

Asked by Rich November 27, 2019
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No, made for brick and masonry.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
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  • 82% recommend this product
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Cheap made
This diamond blade I my father in law just bought this blade and not even one bricks I cut and the center ring came out so I won't buy it again
by Jose
This saw blade did the job I purchased it for,100%
This saw blade did the job I purchased it for,100%
by Barys
Did not last long. The first foot was great the remaining 6 feet were horrible metal was actually...
Did not last long. The first foot was great the remaining 6 feet were horrible metal was actually coming off the blade. I would love to return it.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Wall Cap Cutting
I used this on a circular saw for cutting wall cap for planter boxes i built. The blade cut very nice crisp lines especially on my corner pieces that matched up perfect
by DannyC
2 people found this helpful
Great tool for cutting hardy backer board. A must...
Great tool for cutting hardy backer board. A must for your tool box.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Avanti Pro 7" Diamond Turbo Blade for a skill saw. Had to cut a sidewalk slab. Never used one b...
Avanti Pro 7" Diamond Turbo Blade for a skill saw. Had to cut a sidewalk slab. Never used one before and thought it would take for ever to get through. This blade cut it pretty quick. Made two passes and buried the blade as far as it would go. It was almost half the price as others. I do not know how well the other brands work to compare but I would recommend this blade based on it getting the job done. I have only cut one slab with it so far.
by Setapart
1 person found this helpful
It worked out great on my hand held skill saw. Look forward to using it on other projects
It worked out great on my hand held skill saw. Look forward to using it on other projects
by Dad
1 person found this helpful
They very good blades I use them a lot and recomend them to every one. .good blades for less money
They very good blades I use them a lot and recomend them to every one. .good blades for less money
by Toro
With over 500 cuts the blade is still going strong.
With over 500 cuts the blade is still going strong.
by SergeantsMajor
1 person found this helpful
Cuts well but not for porcelain, thought I bought the same blade as before! You want a smooth bla...
Cuts well but not for porcelain, thought I bought the same blade as before! You want a smooth blade on both sides for porcelain wet saw.
by Thunder
2 people found this helpful
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