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  • MWI Multipurpose Turbo Diamond Blade - 4, 4.5, 5, & 7" available

    Master Wholesale Multi-Purpose Turbo Diamond Blade

    $6.30 to $18.19
    Shipping: Free w/ $49 Order
    This Multipurpose Turbo Blade is a high performance, yet economical diamond blade that excels at cutting a variety of hard and soft natural stone, tile and concrete. (4, 4.5, 5, & 7" available)
  • Diamax Storm Turbo Granite Blade

    Diamax Storm Turbo Granite Blade

    $14.85 to $15.98
    Shipping: Free w/ $49 Order
    The Diamax Storm Turbo Granite Blade is a great price to performance blade for dry cutting granite and is the best economical blade in it's class. (4.5, and 5" blades available)
  • Disco Shogun Blue Diamond Blade

    Disco Shogun Blue Diamond Blade

    $288.00 to $320.00
    Shipping: Standard
    Premium quality, silent core diamond saw blade designed for cutting granite slabs on 15HP to 25HP bridge saws.
  • Diamax Cyclone Low Horse Power Silent Core Blade - 14"

    Diamax Cyclone Low Horse Power Silent Core Blade - 14"

    $188.00
    Shipping: Free
    The 14" Diamax Cyclone LHP (Low Horse Power) Silent Core Blade is designed for operation on lower horsepower saws such as the Blue Ripper and any smaller bridge saw.

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Diamond blades for cutting stone come in a variety of configurations and sizes, depending on the stone to be cut, the tool being used and quality of the diamond abrasive matrix and blade disc itself. The harder the stone, the softer the diamond matrix should be, as a soft matrix will give up the diamond abrasive more easily. Soft matrix blades wear out faster. All things being equal, the longevity of a blade is based on the segment/rim height, taller rims will last longer. When choosing a stone blade style, first and foremost you must have either a wet saw or grinder to use a wet cutting blade. Most continuous rim stone blades must be used wet. Continuous rim blades are the most accurate and provide the least chipping when cutting stone. Segmented rim blades are faster but more prone to chipping. Turbo blades, while generally being ok for dry use, usually split the difference in speed and propensity for chipping between segmented and continuous rim.