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16" Ceramic/Porcelain Blade
Tenax 16" Ceramic/Porcelain Blade

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Tenax USA Price: $356.35

Tenax 16 Ceramic/Porcelain Blade


16 inch blade that is specifically designed to be used for cutting ceramic and porcelain surface materials. This blade is made to cut these materials cleanly with a no-...

Product Code: 4D-41869

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16" Ceramic/Porcelain Blade

Not all bridge saw blades work for every material. There are specific blade for particular slabs, sheets, or tiles. Tenax has developed a series of diamond blades designed for working on sintered materials. This 16 inch ceramic porcelain cutting blade is made for cutting sintered materials like ceramic and porcelain.

Sintered materials are diverse. However, they are generally very hard materials that require specific specifications for successful cutting. This 16 inch ceramic porcelain diamond bridge saw blade is designed for cutting porcelain countertops, as well as other porcelain materials. Yet, that is not the only material this blade can cut. Other sintered materials are extremely hard like porcelain and this blade may work well on those materials as well.

Ceramic/Porcelain Blade Specifics

  • Specifically Marketed to Sintered Material Fabricators
  • 1900-2200mm RPM
  • Feed Rate for Straight Cut: 800-2000mm Per Minute
  • Feed Rate for Miter Cut: 500-1400mm Per Minute
  • Standard 2.3mm Core Thickness

While entering and exiting the cut, reduce the feed speed by 40-50%.

While cutting at 45°, reduce the feed speed by 40%.

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