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Tile & Ceramic
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Grinding Cup Wheels
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Polishing Pads
Flexible Super - Wet
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Hexagonal for In-Line Machine- Wet
Engineered Stone - Wet
3 Step - Wet
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7 Step Hybrid - Wet/Dry
Flexible - Dry
Flexible Super - Dry
4step - Dry
Concrete Grinding Hockey Puck - Dry
Concrete Polishing Disc - Dry
6 Step Concrete - Dry
Concrete - Dry
5 Step Edge - Wet
Metal Bonded - Wet
 
Stone Processing
Drum Wheel
Finger Bit
Forming Wheels
 
Core Bit
Dry Core Bit for Construction
Wet Core Bit for Construction
Assembly Types (3 Sections) for Construction
Wet Core Bit for Stone
Sintered Core Bit for Stone
None Core Bit for Stone
 
Wire Saws
Wire Saw for Construction
Wire Saw for Stone
Multi Wire Saw
 
Machinery
Core Drill Mashine
Dry Hand Core Drilling Machine
Scraper
Floor Grinding Machine
Shear Wrench
LOSS OF TENSION

Cause : Blade Being used on misaligned saw
Remedy : Check for profer saw alignment.

Cause : Blade is excessively hard for the material being cut, creating stress on the steel centre.
Remedy : Make certain blade is correct for material being cut.

Cause : material slippage causing blade to twist and become kinked or bent

Remedy : Maintain tight grip on material while sawing.

Cause : Utilising blade flanges that are under size or not the same diameter creating uneven pressure on the centre.
Remedy : Make certain blade flanges are proper size and identical diameter.

Cause : Blade being used at incorrect RPM.
Remedy : Make certain blade shaft is turning at the proper RPM by using a tachometer. This is especially important with concrete saw.

Cause : Blade improperly mounted on arbor shoulder hence becoming distorted when flanges are tightened.
Remedy : Hold blade securely on arbor shoulder until outside flange and nut are firmly tightened.

 


UNDERCUTTING

Cause : Undercutting is a condition in which the steel center wears faster than the diamond segment, especially in the areas where the segment and core are joined. The condition is caused by a highly abrasive material grinding against the blade during the sawing operation. Usually materials containing sand are responsible for this condition.
Remedy : The flow of swarf (abrasive cuttings) must be distributed over a wider area, away from the critical segment area. Many times this can be accomplished by using undercut protectors specially positioned around the steel center to change the pattern of constant abrasion. Although successful in most cases, undercut protectors do not provide 100% protection. Use high water flow to wash cut swarf.

Cause : With a floor saw, sawing all the way through the material, allowing the coolant water to escape from the kerf and thus overheating the blade.
Remedy : Set the cutting depth several millimeters less than the total thickness of the slab, thus allowing water to stay in the kerf.


 

OVERHEATED BLADE

Cause : Adequate coolant was not provided.
Remedy : Check water supply for adequate volume and for obstructions through water system. Use dry blades only for shallow cutting (2-5cm deep) or step cutting. Allow blade to run free every 10-15 seconds to increase airflow cooling.

Cause : Cutting speed too fast.
Remedy : Reduce speed of advance.

 

CRACKED SEGMETNS

Cause : Blade bond is too hard for the materials being cut.
Remedy : Use blade with a softer bond.

Cause : Cutting speed too fast.
Remedy : Reduce speed of advance.

 

ARBOR HOLE OUT-OF-ROUND

Cause : Saw arbor badly worn due to blade being improperly seated.
Remedy : Be certain the blade is properly seated on the arbor before tightening the flange.

Cause : Blade flanges not properly tightened permitting blade to rotate on shaft.
Remedy : Always wrench tighten arbor nut; never hand tighten. Always use hex nuts, Not wing nuts.

Cause : Blade flanges or arbor shaft worn and not providing blade support.
Remedy : Check blade flanges or arbor shaft for wear, foreign matter and proper tightness. Both flanges should be tightened no less than the manufacturers recommended figure. Replace any worn machine parts
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