Makita 2 Pack – 4.5? Turbo Diamond Blades For Grinders & Circular Saws – Ultra-Fast Cutting For Concrete, Masonry & Brick – 5/8?, 20mm & 7/8? Arbors

2 Makita 4-1/2” Premium Diamond Turbo Blades For FAST Concrete, Cinder Block & Brick Cutting

4 1/2″ x 0.79 x 7/8-Inch Arbor, Optimized for Makita 4-1/2” Angle Grinders and compatible with All 4-1/2” Angle Grinders with 5/8” arbor

CUT 2-3X MORE concrete than lower quality blades due to Makita’s Industry leading Diamonds and Premium Bond that provide the optimal cut-to-wear ratio, optimized for balanced Cut Life, Cut Rate, Cut Precision, Power Demands & Heat Buildup, allowing you to cut longer, consistently precise with moderate power demands with the lowest heat buildup in the industry

QUICKLY & EFFORTLESSLY CUT through All Concrete, including general cured concrete, reinforced concrete, block & brick cutting in Wet or Dry conditions over an extra-long life span due to Makita’s Premium High Quality Industrial Diamonds with Makita’s proprietary bond that allows for optimal diamond exposure-to-bond wear ratio for accurate cutting PERFORMANCE, HIGHER TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE & STABILITY, cutting longer and faster than other blades in its class

AVOID BLADEWEAR & Slow Downs with lower priced blades by relying on Makita’s proprietary matrix bond, allowing for fast, accurate and continuous cutting PERFORMANCE, PRECISION, LONGEVITY, STABILITY & INTEGRITY, cutting Longer, Faster and Reliably than other blades that may warp or prematurely wear

DESIGNED for Hard and Continuous use by professionals in construction, concrete fabrication, general maintenance, brick layers & general industrial applications, these blades are Quality tested and laser welded for unsurpassed blade integrity, planned to outperform other blades in its class

Each blade is engineered to work at 13,800 RPM and a maximum cutting depth of 1″ to 1-1/4 inch

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Optimize your concrete, block, and brick cutting work with this Makita 2 Pack Premium 4-1/2? Diamond Turbo Blades. Working at a 90-degree angle, perpendicular to the work surface, applying the proper amount of pressure to allow the cutting blade to do the work. For best results, consider not pushing too hard on the blade, which can cause the grinder to stall or kick back or give a less efficient cutting action, while also increasing the chances of slippage or loss of control of the tool, resulting in injury or damage and premature wear. Applying light to moderate pressure and consistent movement will provide the most efficient cut and minimize heat build-up causing warpage of the blade. Consider using light pressure and a consistent motion throughout the cut for the fastest cut-rate and prolonged wheel life. Excessive pressure through the cut causes increased friction and heat build-up, which can cause blade warpage and reduced wheel life. For demanding applications, higher amperage &/or torque angle grinders provide easier, long-lasting & efficient cuts.

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