Internet #312083682

Model #B1565D

9 in. Premium Deep Turbo Cut General Purpose Diamond Blade for Cutting Granite, Marble, Concrete, Stone, Brick, Masonry

  • Cuts granites, marble, concrete, stone, brick and masonry
  • Perfect for professionals working using either dry or wet cuts
  • Clean cuts and longlasting cutting life
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Product Overview

The Premium Deep Turbo Cut Diamond Blade provides maximum performance and longest cutting life. The serrated edge design gives the blade faster cutting speed. Ideal for cutting marble, granite, brick, concrete, and stucco. For dry/wet use.
  • 9 in. Dia
  • 7/8 in. x 5/8 in. arbor
  • Diamond dimension 7.5 mm H x 2.2 mm W
  • Highest performance
  • Aggressive cutting
  • Ideal for both dry/wet cutting

Specifications

Dimensions

Diameter (in.)
9

Details

Blade Type
Diamond
Color Family
Silver
Ideally Used With
Angle Grinders
Material Cut
Multi-Purpose
Number in Package
1
Power Tool Accessory Type
Blade
Returnable
180-Day
Saw Blade Material
Diamond
Teeth Per Inch
0
Tool Type
Saw Blade
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

3Questions3Answers

what kind of saw do you use for this saw?

Asked by Richard July 8, 2020
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Answer

It's sized for the 4.5" grinders (any brand), for "free-hand" cutting. I'm sure it would also fit any wet tile saw that uses 4.5" wheels.

if this blade available at the Home Depot store in Grants Pass Oregon?

Asked by John June 26, 2020
1
Answer

The premium 9” deep Turbo blade is not available at stores but drop shipped directly to customers. Once you register tour order, product will get shipped in the same business day.

Is the pack box or plastic

Asked by Chuck January 10, 2020
1
Answer

Each PC comes individually packed in Double Blister packing with colored card. It can Hang on a retail shelve with professional appearance or be sent individually to different job locations. The Double blister card per PC is strong and can protect the blade in wet areas and easy to clean.

Customer Reviews

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I used this to cut stone veneer 6x24 dry on a radial arm saw. It makes a clean cut and a ton of d...
I used this to cut stone veneer 6x24 dry on a radial arm saw. It makes a clean cut and a ton of dust.
by Jay
The GRIP TIGHT TOOLS 7 in. Premium Deep Turbo Cut General Purpose Diamond Blade for Cutting Grani...
The GRIP TIGHT TOOLS 7 in. Premium Deep Turbo Cut General Purpose Diamond Blade for Cutting Granite, Marble, Concrete, Stone, Brick, Masonry is well designed and built for stone, masonry and concrete cutting. I've used thinner diamond saw blades, but appreciate the extra .07" thickness that the grip tight 7" has. It cuts clean, fast and smooth, leaving sanded like edges that need little to no touch up!
by Theo98
I got this diamond blade to use with my Ridgid job site portable 7-inch wet saw. The blade that c...
I got this diamond blade to use with my Ridgid job site portable 7-inch wet saw. The blade that came with the saw has a thin kerf and is suited for ceramic and porcelain wall tile. The Grip Tight “Turbo Cut” blade is thicker, and I hope to use it for cutting and notching some marble tile, which is both thicker and larger in size. Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to get to this job and I haven’t been able to use the blade. § The Turbo Cut Diamond Blade is nominally 7 inches in diameter. In actuality, it’s a bit larger at 7-3/16 inches. I measured the kerf (cutting width) to be about 0.1 inches. I recommend that you verify your saw can accommodate a 7-3/16 diameter blade. It fits with about 1/8 inch clearance in my table top saw. § My saw has a no-load spindle speed of 3450 rpm. The recommended/optimal rotational speed for the blade is not on the package, on the Home Depot product page, or on the manufacturer’s website. I’m a little concerned that the optimal speed for the blade is significantly higher than the speed of my saw. § The blade has a lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects and workmanship. Made in Korea.
by SirDIY
Whether you are using this in a Tile Saw or a hand held (Battery or Electric) grinder, this is an...
Whether you are using this in a Tile Saw or a hand held (Battery or Electric) grinder, this is an all purpose blade. The nice thing about a larger diameter blade is that it will cut completely thru the 1.5 in blocks that I normally work with. It is also very thin, the blade is only 2.2mm wide. I use this in a Makita 36 volt hand held grinder. This blade is fast. If you notice the 4th pic over when cutting a full length piece I will make an "Alignment Cut" along the entire length. The 6th pic shows how it easily cuts thru a 1.5 in thick concrete slab. This Diamond blade is designed for wet or dry cut. The pics were shot of a "dry cut", wear a mask, lots of concrete dust, and safety glasses. Fast-accurate-cuts, save time, more blocks laid in less time.
by BEAU4U
I needed a blade that would cut stone and this Turbo Cutter Diamond blade from Grip Tight Tools d...
I needed a blade that would cut stone and this Turbo Cutter Diamond blade from Grip Tight Tools does this very well. It can be used either on an angle grinder (dry) or tile saw (wet). The steel blade is 4.5” in diameter and has a 7/8” to 5/8” arbor and fits my Bosch grinder perfectly. It was designed to cut marble, granite, stucco and concrete. The description says that it “provides maximum performance and longest cutting life”. I can’t speak to the length of the cutting life but I can speak to how it cuts flagstone. I selected a piece of flagstone that was 1” thick and let the weight of the angle grinder push the blade through the stone. There was no problem cutting through the flagstone. The cut was very smooth but you can see the circular marks left on the stone by the blade. I’m attaching a picture with a close-up of the cut that lets you see that for yourself.
by Doug
This is a 9 in. diamond blade for cutting concrete, granite, marble, brick and repairing mortar J...
This is a 9 in. diamond blade for cutting concrete, granite, marble, brick and repairing mortar Joints. It can be used for dry or wet cutting. It uses a “Turbo Sandwich Diamond Blade dual sandwich design.” The manufacturer Grip Tight Tools claims that it is capable of faster and more aggressive cuts in masonry of stone materials. I plan on using this blade to trim cut a blacktop driveway.
by JT
Faster cutting and a smoother finish are good indicators of quality and blade life. We have an o...
Faster cutting and a smoother finish are good indicators of quality and blade life. We have an old masonry/stone home with slate floors, flagstone walks and patios and I do a lot of repair work. I have used a lot of blades over the years and getting a fast feed rate and a clean cut finish make things easier and indicates good blade life. This blade should prove a good value at this price.
by Chris
This blade is wonderful and is super sharp. This blade is a very stable blade and cuts well beca...
This blade is wonderful and is super sharp. This blade is a very stable blade and cuts well because of the angled kerfs that allow the material to clear the blade quickly. Only 9 inch will cut most sidewalks (3.75 inch). This is an excellent cutting blade for concrete and block. Says it cuts rock and granite. Cuts reinforced concrete with rebar. The blade cuts wet or dry and claims to cut rock. The kerf is slightly wider than the disk and allows easy cutting without clogging. The 6 angled segments might make it cut well and disperse debris. There are hole in the blade to help remove grit and keep cool.
by pjsmithres
This Grip Tight deep cut general purpose diamond blade for cutting granite, marble, concrete, sto...
This Grip Tight deep cut general purpose diamond blade for cutting granite, marble, concrete, stone, brick, masonry looks to be a good quality blade. It is made in Korea and they usually produce quality tools. I did note that the grinding surface is deep as advertised an will probably cut through thick granite, etc. I checked and found it true and flat.
by Texan
I initially thought the unusual pattern for the diamond pads was kind of silly, but then remembered a process a professional tile guy showed me. Many times you would desire tile with a bullnose in a width wider than the commercially available bullnose tiles, or you need the bullnose on both sides of a tile (such as a tile covering a threshold). The process is to round over the edge fairly close to the final profile with this diamond blade, and then finish smoothing it out with a belt sander. I’ve done it multiple times, and it works nice. It’s possible to use the ordinary diamond blade, but this larger pattern will make the job easier. The density of the diamond specs appear to be similar to other diamond blades I have.
by BigMike76
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