Maxima offer a large range of diamond blades for cutting different materials, from asphalt to concrete, from refractories to granite, suitable with different type of construction machinery. Regarding concrete, the width of range gives the user the opportunity to find the best solution to his specific needs.
Age of concrete and blade durability
Contractors, engineers and other professionals of the sector consider concrete structurally cured and capable of withstanding any processing after 28 days from the laying. However, if we talk about processing it with diamond tools, the concrete can be considered truly “cured” 12 months after casting.
If we use a diamond tool on a concrete surface laid a few weeks ago (and in any case no more than 12 months ago), it will probably have a shorter durability due to the high abrasiveness of the concrete itself in its first 12 months of life.
If we take this aspect into account, we can correctly evaluate the blade durability and avoid misunderstanding. Anyway, we have to remember that diamond blades are the best solution in terms of quality of the cutting, speed of working, ergonomics and safety for the user.
Amaranth Cement Duramax is realized with the innovative patented Duramax technology, which allows the perfect distribution of the diamond inside the segment.
The 12mm height and the different available diameters (from 350 to 60 mm) make this blade the top solution on the market. If mounted on high power floor sawing machines, the difference with normal tools on the market is particularly noticeable.
For cement and concrete
Among the best-sellers of the concrete range of blades you can also find Orange Cement, a specific redesigned diamond blade with a 12 mm-high segment and available in diameters from 300 to 600 mm. Its reliability is excellent in terms of yield and performance over time. If mounted on petrol cut-off saws, Orange Cement can grant excellent performances also on granite.
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