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The main variables to consider when choosing a diamond saw blades are the collection type and size.
When attempting to match blade specifications to aggregate type, it is useful to consider the hardness, abrasiveness and density of the aggregate. These are relative terms. Generally speaking, very hard, high-density, low-abrasive concrete requires soft-bonded fine diamond at low concentrations, while soft, low-density, high-abrasive aggregates require higher concentrations. Rough diamond.
The difference in hardness, density and abrasiveness of the aggregate may not be obvious, but if the best matrix (bond + diamond) is to be found, some subjective judgment must be made.
In general, concrete is a loosely bonded, highly abrasive material composed of aggregate, sand, cement and water. There are many different types of concrete, including what is commonly referred to as hard, soft, old, new, prestressed and rebar. The type of aggregate for each material varies from zone to zone, and hardness alone may range from -5 to 7+ on the Moh’s scale. The strength of the concrete will vary depending on the mixing and curing time, and the reinforcement will affect the cuttability.
When the diamond saw blades traverses the concrete at a specific depth, a single diamond crystal removes the material by scraping, creating debris that can wear the bonding layer and expose the new cutting point. As each crystal wears, the chip characteristics change, which causes the wear of the bonding layer to change, which in turn affects the cutting action.
Larger, harder and sharper chips are more likely to wear and bond than softer and smaller chips. Therefore, the raw concrete chose a harder bond, and the flint concrete chose a softer bond.
It is important to note that the size of the chips is a function of many factors that are affected by the material being cut.
The cutting conditions and diamond saw blades design also determine the characteristics of the chips produced. However, with all factors remaining the same, the bond performance can be varied based on the diamond saw blades wear pattern produced by the chips to achieve the desired blade life and cutting speed.
Tips, refurbishment and repairs
When your diamond saw blades has no diamonds or stops cutting, do not replace the blade! We offer a full diamond saw blades at the Sydney facility.