DT 910 A Special Large diamond cutting blades for Asphalt, Sandstone, Green concrete, Screed

Suitable for wet and dry use No undercutting effect Wider protective segment Wider protective segment, detailed view 12 mm height of segments Laser welded
Class Special
Segmentation Narrow gullet
Design Laser welded
Service life
Green concrete
Road building
Underground construction

Large diamond cutting blade DT 910 A Special

The large diamond cutting blade DT 910 A Special is a high-performance tool designed for construction above and below ground as well as road building. The quality label Special indicates that this cutting blade will meet the highest standards in terms of reliability and performance even in the most demanding use cases. The blade has been made for work on floor saws. It is suitable for processing

  • asphalt,
  • sandstone,
  • fresh concrete and
  • screed.

The 12 mm tall narrow gullet protective segments protect the core of the blade.

Properties of the large diamond cutting blade DT 910 A Special

The narrow gullet protective segments allow the blade to operate extra smoothly. When used in asphalt and similar materials, this cutting blade delivers a clean cut. This large diamond cutting blade offers a combination of extremely long service life and high aggressiveness. Just as all other cutting blades made by Klingspor, the DT 910 A Special is tested regularly in accordance with the strict oSa guidelines. It also conforms to European safety standard EN 13236. This guarantees a product that will deliver maximum user safety.

The specifications on the cutting blade

Found on the front of the large diamond cutting blade are a number of specifications the user needs to observe to ensure the safe use of the tool. A colour code specifies for which materials the blade can be used. A blade optimised for work on asphalt is labelled in black. An arrow indicates the running direction of the cutting blade. The user must observe this information when mounting the blade. The blade also holds information on the maximum operating speed and the maximum permissible rotational speed. To prevent damage to the blade and ensure safety during its use, these values need to be observed. What is more, safety pictograms point out the personal protective equipment that must be worn during work with the blade.