Alpha Blades - Stone cutting blades
We stock a selection of high quality Alpha Blades for stone cutting, from the channel cutting Hot-Rod Blade and the Contour - Sinkhole Cutting Blade to the Numero Uno Blade. Alpha Tools makes a large selection of stone cutting diamond blades for tile saws, bridge saws, and handheld saws.
Starting at $422.30
The Alpha Silencer III Blade is a bridge saw blade designed to provide excellent cost performance and reduced noise levels while maintaining a high quality cut.
Starting at $406.65
The Alpha Silencer III Blade is a technologically advanced bridge saw blade producing excellent cuts at a great value with reduced noise levels. (14", 16", or 18")
Starting at $34.10
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The 20mm Quad Drive Alpha Eclipse Q General purpose Diamond Blade is a high performance dry, flush cutting blade designed to cut masonry, concrete, stone, and tile.
Starting at $80.99
The Alpha Hot-Rod Granite Blade is designed for cutting channels on the underside of countertops for reinforcing rods. (1/4", 1/8", and 3/16" blade cut sizes available)
Starting at $140.46
The Alpha Contour Blade is designed to cut sinkholes, and all curved cutting applications on granite, engineered stone, and marble. (4", 4.5", 5" Blades)
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 on the blade, as a soft matrix will give up the diamond abrasive more easily, However, soft matrix diamond 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.
Stone cutting blades can be wet or dry use or both and can be continuous rim or segmented, and turbo blades are an option too. Continuous rim blades are the most accurate and provide the least chipping when cutting stone, while 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.