Diamond blades can be used for the concrete of cutting, brick, the block, the stone and other materials with the similar properties. A diamond blade is composed of core out of steel (to the difference of the diamond wire) and of powder metal which is combined with the crystals of diamond and then heated and tightened in a frame which form the diamond segments, also known under the name of “teeth of cutting” of the blade. The diamond segments are then welded with the steel core.
The steel core can change in the design. Some of them have spaces (known under the name of oesophagi) between each segment to provide cooling and the removal of mud, whereas others have a rim continues simple for a softer piece-free cutting. The type of core which must be employed depends on the type of materials which will be cut. A diamond blade really does not cross, instead of that it rectifies. They have rectangular teeth (segments) which contain diamond crystals on the end of each segment to rectify by very hard materials.
The bond is a term used for the softness or the hardness of the powder metal being employed to form the segments and to hold diamonds in place. The bond orders the rate to which the diamond segments carry downwards and make it possible new diamonds to become exposed on surface to continue to rectify with a “pointed” edge. The most important stage matches a blade with the good bond with your specific material of cutting. The first thing that should know to you is how hard, or the abrasive, the material you wish to cross is.
Each diamond blade is single in its combination of: to stick, diamond concentration, diamond sizes/forms, width, design of segment, design of core, etc to obtain to You with the most effective cutting should always test with the match the type of blade to the specific material which it conceived to cut.