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SKIL 79510 7-Inch Turbo Rim Diamond Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch or Diamond Knockout Arbor for Masonry

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4.7 out of 5 stars 130 customer reviews
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  • Diamond knockout that fits on dry cutting saws
  • Fifty times longer life than standard abrasive blades
  • For use on cutting cement block, fiber cement board, ceramic tile and other masonry materials
  • Not recommend for wet saw use
  • Turbo rim diamond saw blades measures 7-inches
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Product Description

Product Description

The Skil 79510 7-Inch dry general purpose diamond blade with a continuous turbo rim is ideal for cutting brick, concrete, masonry, and tile. No recommended for wet use due to the diamond knockout that is compatible with dry saws. Includes diamond knockout arbor measuring 5/8-inches for masonry. Skil 79510 7" Turbo Rim Diamond Blade for Brick, Concrete and Masonry Diamond knockout that fits on dry cutting saws Fifty times longer life than standard abrasive blades For use on cutting cement block, fiber cement board, ceramic tile and other masonry materials Not recommend for wet saw use Turbo rim diamond saw blades measures 7-inch We are an authorized SKiL dealer

From the Manufacturer

The Skil 79510 7-Inch dry general purpose diamond blade with a continuous turbo rim is ideal for cutting brick, concrete, masonry, and tile. No recommended for wet use due to the diamond knockout that is compatible with dry saws. Includes diamond knockout arbor measuring 5/8-inches for masonry.

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Technical Details

Part Number 79510
Item Weight 12.8 ounces
Product Dimensions 8.1 x 8.1 x 0.4 inches
Item model number 79510
Item Package Quantity 1
Batteries Included? No

Additional Information

ASIN B000BM8NS8
Customer Reviews
4.7 out of 5 stars 130 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #56,059 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#56 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tool Parts & Accessories > Saw Blades, Parts & Accessories > Blades > Diamond Blades
Shipping Weight 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available July 2, 2004

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By Brian D. Masuda on March 8, 2011
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Tree roots lifted one section of a concrete patio (a real tripping hazard). Instead of busting & patching the lifted corner, I decided to try cutting an arc in the concrete. Using a small chain to anchor the circular saw, the saw equipped with the diamond blade, easily cut the arc with just 3 passes (adjusted deeper each pass). The blade stayed cool with a little water, just alot of dust. See customer supplied photo.
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Need to reroute a drain pipe for the basement bath room. Used this to cut a couple of lines before using a demolition hammer to cut out the concrete. This makes a nice clean cut through the floor. This blade cuts through the floor very easily. It can kick up a lot of dust. To reduce the dust, just wet the floor enough, so that water flows into the cut groove. I found that the dust is significantly lower or virtually none, if the floor is wet enough, then cut the line going backward instead. Water will flow into the cut line and keep the dust from flying. With the direction of how the blade rotates, this works out better. Another way is to have someone spray a small stream of water at the cut while cutting.
Make sure to plug the saw into a GFI outlet when using water to keep the dust down. A dust mask is a must even with wet cutting.
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I bought this to cut through 4" concrete drive. It cut the concrete without a hitch. I cut about 12 feet and did put a little water in the grove I had made before with an abrasive blade. I ate through the abrasive blade and had a choice of buying more of those blades or going for this Diamond Saw Blade. I opted for the Diamond and it paid off. Still have the blade and it looks like it could handle even more. Very satisfied with my choice.
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I have been using these blades dry to cut dozens of 16x8x8 concrete block, to cut poured concrete crack lines, and to cut flagstone to shape (tons of flagstone). The blades last a long time even when used dry, and cut cleanly
through all of those materials.
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I used this blade to dry cut several dozen bricks for a path. It worked quite well and saved me from having to rent a brick table saw for $70. It gets very hot so I kept a bottle of water handy to cool it down between cuts, not sure if that helped extend the life or not. Over all I was pretty happy with it for how much it cost.
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I bought this blade for a terrace stone wall project. I didn't know how the cuts needed would work out, but everything went great. These blades handle those manufactured stone products with ease. I carefully read the product information and used exactly as directed and everything worked out perfect. Thanks to Amazon for carrying this product.
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Used it to cut a one inch thick piece of granite and it worked great! I did take two passes to make the cut so the blade would not heat up too much, this blade was worth every penny and I would buy it again...
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I bought 2 of these saw blade so I can cut a big slab to of the concrete into square so it can crack along the cut line. I cut total of more than 200 feet of line 1.5 inch thick with one blade and it still look great. all you need is to feed it with a lot of water and it will do the job.
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