|Type:||Soff Cut Early Entry Diamond Blades||Diameter:||6.5", 8", 10", 12", 13.5"|
|Quality:||Supreme Quality With Hard Bond For Cutting Soft Concrete||Segment Height:||.395"(10mm)|
|Package:||White Box/Chamshell||Application:||Early Entry Cutting Of Control Joints On The Green Concrete|
Aggregate Green Concrete Cutting Blade,
6.5" Green Concrete Cutting Blade,
Aggregate Soft Cut Concrete Saw Blades
Soff Cut Diamond Blades Yellow Color For Medium to Hard Aggregate Green Concrete Cutting
1. Soft Cut Early Entry Diamond Blades Description
As concrete is placed and being finished, chemical reactions begin to take place causing the slab to increase in temperature. Stress, caused bu shrinkage, begins to accumulate rapidly. At this time the concrete is looking for relief. If not relieved in a timely manner the concrete will relieve itself, resulting in random cracks appearing across the surface of the slab.
Soft Cut is the leading early entry concrete sawing system, allow you to cut in the green zone as the part of the finishing process, which control random cracking through the early timing of cut. The high production rate of soff-cut blades and the ability to cut the same day make soff-cut the best option for cutting green concrete.
WTSC series soft cut blade are designed for early entry cutting of control joints within one to two hours of concrete finishing. It has 5 different bond with different paint color, They are purple color with soft bond, green color with medium to soft bond, red color for medium bon, orange color with and this yellow color paint is a hard bond for cutting the soft aggregate concrete to achieve a longer life.
2. Specificaiton of WTSC series
3. Bond Option
Available in 5 colors for different aggregates
5. Recommeded Materials
6. Worked On
7. Other Notes
Without a control or relief joint made into the material, heat and cold aligned with curing can casue expanding and contracting of the concrete, creating uncontrolled cracks throughout. Those cracks will eventually create ruptures and sections that can pull apart from the rest of the material.
Making a controlled cut in the concrete controls where the cracks appear. When this procedure is done in determined spaced sections, the damage and cracking is kept at a minimum which prolongs the life of the concrete slab.
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