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4-1/2 in. Diamond Blade Turbo Rim Masonry Cut Off

$17.97
  • Ideal for use with 4-1/2" angle grinders
  • Ideal for cutting block, brick and cured concrete
  • Optimum bond matrix provides a faster, longer and smoother cut
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About This Product

Use the DIABLO 4-1/2 in. Turbo Rim General-Purpose Diamond Blade for cutting block, brick and cured concrete. DIABLO diamond blades are made from high-quality diamond content for maximum cutting ability. The turbo rim design was engineered for constant contact with the material to deliver a smoother finish than segmented blades.

Highlights

  • Optimum bond matrix provides a faster, longer, smoother diamond blade
  • Superior quality steel core
  • Laser welded to ensure strongest joint possible
  • Highest quality diamonds
  • Constant contact with material delivers a smoother finish than segmented blades
  • Ideal for cutting block, brick and cured concrete
  • Ideal for use with angle grinders
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Product Information

Internet # 310969647

Model # DDD045TUR101C

Store SKU # 1004690789

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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Diameter (in.)

4-1/2 in

Diameter (in.)

4.5 in

Details

Blade Type

Diamond

Color Family

Silver

Ideally Used With

Angle Grinders

Material Cut

Concrete

Number in Package

1

Power Tool Accessory Type

Specialty Blade

Returnable

90-Day

Rim Type

Turbo

Saw Blade Material

Diamond

Teeth Per Inch

0

Tool Type

Saw Blade

Questions & Answers

25Questions
caret
Q:Can this be used to cut asphalt? I have a couple of spots on my driveway that are a bit high in front of my garage wall and I am going to get siding done and need to knock them down.
by|May 8, 2024
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Q:Is it meant to use wet? Or can you cut without water?
by|Apr 19, 2024
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A:  The label on the photo of the blade shows a symbol of a water spicket and a symbol of a water spicket with a cross through it so I guess it represents use with or without water. Surprising it isn’t in the description as that is the first thing to ask

by|Jun 14, 2024
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    Q:will it cut reinforcing wire in the cement?
    by|Mar 27, 2024
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    Q:Will this cut thru rebar?
    by|Mar 21, 2024
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    Customer Reviews

    4.8 out of 5

    • 4.8 out of 432 reviews
    • 98% recommend this product
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    Delivered the wrong order
    My order was for a saw blade, and i recieved garden hose, hose nozzle and plant beds.
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      BUTTER! This cuts 55 year old concrete like BUTTER> Put it in a SKIL 77 and FLY!
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      lasted longer than I thought it would.
      I use it to make relief cuts in a new slab that was poured. The concrete was still green. The first pass was at 3/4-inch, dry cut. the second pass I went 1-1/2 inch cut wet. 380 feet of cutting. The blade still has 25% left on it.
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      Very smooth and easy to cut with....
      Very smooth and easy to cut with.
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      I needed to cut /trim several patio blocks for a diy walkway I was installing. this segmented cut...
      I needed to cut /trim several patio blocks for a diy walkway I was installing. this segmented cutting blade made quick work of this job. I really liked the smooth edge it left and I was able to trim the top corners to match the edging around the blocks. I trimmed or cut a dozen stones and the blade has much more life left in it. I have numerous retaining wall blocks to cut and will use this blade for those. I like the quality, durability and cost effectiveness of this blade. Highly recommend.
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      Perfect for my patio repair. Used this long lasting blade to repair a area of my patio that was d...
      Perfect for my patio repair. Used this long lasting blade to repair a area of my patio that was damaged by a fire that discolored and scarred about 12 blocks.All the blocks had to be scored for proper fit. I used my Dewalt cordless circular saw to score the blocks and.a spray bottle with water to dampen the blocks a bit.Adjusted the depth of blade with each cut to score deeper with each pass. Blade handled cuts with ease and remained sharp till end of job.Of course cutting dry does create alot of dust so a mask and clear goggles are a must. Impressed with the cut and durability of blade. Very good product.
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      3 found this review helpful
      I evaluated both the Diablo 4 1/2" segmented blade and the Diablo turbo blade. I found both blades worked as directed. My project involved cutting off a tile that extended beyond the back porch cement edge. This was a finished area that needed to be corrected. (Didn't look finished) As pictures will show. I found that the segmented blade made a clearer cut than the turbo blade. See pictures.
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      1 found this review helpful
      This blade is for Masonry and used WET or DRY. There were no instructions inside the package but ...
      This blade is for Masonry and used WET or DRY. There were no instructions inside the package but the blade had icons and the shape dictates Type 41/1A guard and eye, ear and body protection. I used the blade on an angle grinder 11,000 RPM and used it dry. I went slowly and took ¼” at time and it easily cut through the brick and the patio block of concrete and small stone. The blade was very true and cut a smooth clean line as I rolled it over the block and it stayed cool during the cuts. The blade showed almost no wear after 3 cuts 8” long through 1.5” block. It cut like a hot knife through butter. I am very happy with this blade.
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      1 found this review helpful
      I usually use the Diablo 7" diamond Turbo masonry blade in a Makita (18 x 2-36 volt) 7" LXT grind...
      I usually use the Diablo 7" diamond Turbo masonry blade in a Makita (18 x 2-36 volt) 7" LXT grinder. It works great but it is heavy and sometimes hard to control. Had some broken blocks that needed to be cleaned up, pics 5 and 6. The Diablo 7" Turbo blade easily fit my WEN 7 1/4" corded circular saw. It's quite easy. Set up the block, strike a line, line up the notch on the saw, make the cut, done. Look at picture number 6 with the level on the cut, that is as close to factory as you can get. It took longer to set up running an extension cord than making the cut. Another nice thing is you can set the depth and angle of the blade in a saw. Block, brick, or even long cured concrete this is a versatile multi-functional blade. Yes, it is set up for a 5/8" or 7//8" arbor. I have come to rely on Diablo products.
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      1 found this review helpful
      Having used Diablo blades in the past I knew that the segmented Diamond blade 4 and a 1/2 in woul...
      Having used Diablo blades in the past I knew that the segmented Diamond blade 4 and a 1/2 in would be a good choice. It's versatile in that it cuts concrete stone and brick and it does seem to last longer than some of the other blades I've tried in the past. Well made and they make them in 4 and 1/2 + 7 inch sizes I would definitely recommend this blade.
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