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Diamond Saw Blades
When purchasing a Diamond Saw Blade, the initial purchase price should not be your first consideration.

What is important is "cost per inch foot sawed." The lowest cost per inch foot sawed is attained with the correct combination of cutting speed, tool life, and blade price. Choosing the correct blade is the first step in determining this combination.

Generally, the higher the saw horsepower, the higher the concentration and strength of the diamond used... and therefore the higher the blade grade that should be used. A blade designed for a 18Hp. saw will wear very quickly if used on a 65Hp. saw, but a blade designed for a 65Hp. saw will cut very slow if used on a 18Hp. saw.

Not All Diamond Blades Are Created Equal!!

When you purchase a diamond saw blade from a local supply house, chances are you are getting what they happen to have in stock and not a blade designed specifically for cutting loops. Then every time you go back for another blade you get something a little different. That's why one blade might cut 18,000' and the very next blade only 9,000'.

At Hoover Fence Co. we know every blade we sell will be used for cutting loops. We also realize the purchase of a diamond saw blade for cutting loops is a big expense. That's why we ask important questions like: What horsepower is your saw? At what RPM does your saw run? Exactly what are you cutting; asphalt, concrete or a combination of both? Once we know the facts, we can supply you with the best blade for your money. In addition, every blade sold by Hoover Fence Co. comes with "drop segment" core protection at no additional charge.

When you reorder from Hoover Fence Co. you will receive the exact spec blade you received on your last order - guaranteed!!

UNDERCUTTING

Another important consideration when ordering diamond blades is undercut protection. Undercutting is a condition that occurs when the steel center wears faster than the diamond segments, especially in the areas where the segment and core are joined. If your diamond segment falls off before it is worn out, your blade has failed.

To prevent undercutting a diamond blade should employ some type of core protection such as drop segments. Drop segments are "dropped" on one end down into the steel core. these segments should be made up of the same bond and diamond content as the rest of the blade segments.

Blades are recommended for 18-35 hp saws.

DB-12X187 12" x .187 Premium Plus Asphalt Blade

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DB-12X250 12" x .250 (1/4") Premium Plus Asphalt Blade

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DB-14X187 14" x .187 Premium Plus Asphalt Blade

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DB-14X250 14" x .250 (1/4") Premium Plus Asphalt Blade

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