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Stadea SBD114S Diamond Saw Blade Opening large High order release sale For Continuous Gri Turbo 6-Inch

Stadea SBD114S Diamond Saw Blade 6-Inch Continuous Turbo For Gri

$67

Stadea SBD114S Diamond Saw Blade 6-Inch Continuous Turbo For Gri

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Product description

Color:Pack of 05

Stadea Series Super G, 6" Diamond Saw Blade turbo segment designed for dry cutting Granite, Quartzite and Hard Stones - Pack of 5.

Designed for Granite amp; Hard Stone Dry Cutting
The blade is designed for dry cutting of Granite and Hard Stone. The thicker code and thicker segment to cut hard stone with ease. Smooth cuts for Granite Quartzite and other hard stones.

Turbo Continuous Segment for Smooth Cuts
Blade is made with high quality diamond on small width continuous turbo segments. It results into smooth faster cut minimizing the stone chipping.

8 MM High thick Segment for Longer Life
The 8 MM high thick segments cuts more material and has longer life.

Quad Hole for Flush Cut
The blades has quad hole to connect to blade adapter, and can be used for flush cuts.

Stadea SBD114S Diamond Saw Blade 6-Inch Continuous Turbo For Gri

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