Material: These cutting discs are usually made from a high-quality steel core with diamond-encrusted edges. This gives the disc a long lifespan and the ability to cut through tough materials like concrete.
Diameter: The diameter of the discs can vary greatly, from 200mm to over 600mm. The appropriate diameter is chosen based on the type of machine it’s to be used with and the depth of cut required.
Bore Diameter: The bore diameter, which is the size of the hole in the center of the disc, is 50mm for this specification.
Cutting Width: The width of the cut (the thickness of the disc) is usually about 3.2mm to 4.5mm, though this can vary depending on the specific model.
Maximum RPM: The maximum RPM (revolutions per minute) that the disc can handle can vary depending on the diameter of the disc. This is a critical specification as exceeding the maximum RPM can lead to tool failure or injury.
Design: Diamond cutting discs typically feature segmented edges, which are more durable and suitable for heavy-duty applications. They allow better heat dissipation and remove debris effectively during the cutting process.
Suitability: These cutting discs are designed specifically for cutting concrete. They are compatible with stationary saws or high-speed power cutters.
|Dimensions||20 × 20 × 20 cm|