|Numbers of Teeth||23T|
|Disc Bore Size||2"(50mm)|
This product adopts the 350mm VOV teeth, which is independently developed by our engineers and patented by State Intellectual Property Office of the People's Republic of China.
The segment is designed in the shape of letter V and O, we call it VOV teeth.
Unique segment design can improve and maximize the cutting efficiency,its contact area with the cutting object is smaller,the heat dissipation performance better and reduce the friction. In the same condition, our products are sharper and faster than general saw blades.
When the two V teeth wear to a certain extent, the reserved circle O will also be worn, so as to form a new VOV teeth, ensuring the cutting speed and efficiency while increasing the product durability.See the diagram for details.
Diamond blade also called diamond cutting disc, is a diamond saw blade which has diamond segments on its edge for cutting hard or abrasive materials. There are many types of diamond blade, and circular diamond saw blades are the most widely used type of diamond blade. The applications including marble, granite, concrete, asphalt, masonry, bricks, glass, and ceramics in the construction industry. General purpose blades are also available.The manufacturing methods of diamond blades including sintering, vacuum brazing and electroplating.
Diamond blades do not “cut” like a knife… they grind.Individual diamond crystals are exposed on the outside edge and sides of the diamond segments or rim during the manufacturing process. These exposed surface diamonds do the grinding work. The metal bond locks each diamond in its place. Trailing behind each exposed diamond is a “bond tail” which helps support the diamond.
While the diamond blade rotates on the arbor shaft of the saw, the operator pushes the diamond blade into the cutting material. The blade begins to cut through the material, while the material begins wearing away the blade. Exposed, surface diamonds score the material, grinding it into fine powder. Embedded diamonds remain beneath the surface. Exposed diamonds crack or fracture as they cut, breaking down into even smaller pieces. Hard, dense materials cause the diamonds to fracture even faster.
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