DT 600 AS Supra Diamond cutting blades for angle grinders for Chalky sandstone

Class Supra
Aggressiveness
Service life
Applications
Chalky sandstone
Properties
Segmentation Standard
Design Laser welded

Diamond cutting blade DT 600 AS Supra

The diamond cutting blade DT 600 AS Supra is a powerful and dependable tool designed for professional daily use. It offers an unmatched price-performance ratio and performs exceptionally well during work on

  • chalky sandstone,
  • sandstone and
  • abrasive materials.

These attributes make the cutting blade a valuable tool for users in road building as well as in construction above and below ground.

Properties of the diamond cutting blade DT 600 AS Supra

Its hard segments allow this cutting blade to deliver a long service life at a medium level of aggressiveness. Meanwhile, its standard gullet provides for optimal cutting performance and a rapid feed rate. The diamond cutting blade DT 600 AS Supra has been designed for use in combination with angle grinders. It complies with European safety standard EN 13236 and the guidelines of the oSa (oSa: Organisation for the Safety of Abrasives). This organisation is an association of abrasive manufacturers whose members commit to observing all European safety standards. What is more, their products are subject to more rigorous manufacturing regulations and inspection routines. This level of dedication translates to improved safety for the user while working with the tools.

The proper way to handle diamond cutting blades

Cutting through chalky sandstone or other materials with a diamond cutting blade does not have to be dangerous - but does require following a few safety rules. While working with cutting and grinding tools, the user should always wear personal protective equipment. This equipment is comprised of gloves and hearing and breathing protection as well as protective goggles. Cutting blade must not be used unless their gullet, here: standard gullet, is undamaged. Printed on the front of the blade is a string of information that is essential to working with this tool. One example is the arrow on the blade, which needs to be observed when clamping the blade into the angle grinder. It indicates the running direction. Another important piece of information is the maximum permissible rotational speed. If this speed is exceeded, the blade will be at risk of breaking and causing serious injury to the user. After mounting it, the user should allow the blade to run idle for approx. 30 seconds. The angle grinder must be guided in a way that prevents the cutting blade from becoming twisted or wedged.

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Diameter/mm Bore/mm Vmax m/s Max. RPM Width of segments/mm version of the rim Cat.number Availability
115
Diameter
22,23
Bore
80
Vmax
13.300
Max. RPM
2,5
Width of segments
standard serration
version of the rim
334039
Cat.number
Availability
125
Diameter
22,23
Bore
80
Vmax
12.200
Max. RPM
2,5
Width of segments
standard serration
version of the rim
334040
Cat.number
Availability
180
Diameter
22,23
Bore
80
Vmax
8.500
Max. RPM
2,7
Width of segments
standard serration
version of the rim
334041
Cat.number
Availability
230
Diameter
22,23
Bore
80
Vmax
6.600
Max. RPM
2,7
Width of segments
standard serration
version of the rim
334042
Cat.number
Availability
150
Diameter
22,23
Bore
80
Vmax
10.200
Max. RPM
2,5
Width of segments
standard serration
version of the rim
336180
Cat.number
Availability