The Green Hornet blades (7" and 10" available) perform as well as any blade we carry when speed and accuracy are the primary concern. Designed specifically to handle very hard stone, they have a thick core to avoid wobble and to insure straight cuts. The difference in stiffness over the competition will be apparent as soon as you make the first cut.
Green Hornet Blades Feature:
- Simply the best porcelain blade!
- Thin gauge, continuous rim, turbo blade with reinforced steel sandwich center, delivers fast and smooth cutting performance
- Wet use only
|Porcelain Tile Peformance||Excellent|
|Hard Granite Performance||Excellent|
|Brick/Block Performance||Not Recommended|
|Asphalt Performance||Not Recommended|
|Green Concrete Performance||Not Recommended|
|Concrete Performance||Not Recommended|
|Size (L x W x H):||7" x 7" x .060" / 10" x 10" x .075"|
|Net Weight (lbs.):||1.19 / 1.69|
|Blade Type:||Continuous Rim Turbo|
|Arbor Size:||5/8", 7/8"|
|Ceramic Tile Peformance:||Good|
|Glass Tile Peformance:||Not Recommended|
|Thickness:||.060" / .075"|
|Wet or Dry:||Wet Only|
|Segment Height (in):||.283" / .309"|
3 Customer Reviews
- RockMaster Green Hornet Turbo Rim
My first project with this blade, a bathroom remodel. 4" x 8" Marble wall tile w/ glass accent and 8" sq Porcelain floor tile. This blade was quite and smooth cutting through the Marble tile w/very little chipping, impressive. Although not so impressive with the 8" Porcelain floor tile. It was a much louder cut as to be expected but the chipping was continuous.
- Another fine product from RockMaster
I've had mine for several years and have cut a lot of granite and porcelain with this blade. It handles everything I throw at it, including a few 3cm slabs. Will buy again when mine finally wears out.
- Works as advertised
excellent blade, works as advertised. i used to cut through large granite slabs for a countertop.