Ring Saw Blades

By Bryan Kentfield

If you're looking for a shallow conversation about ring saw blades, you're in the wrong place! We're about to get deep talking about these blades and by deep, I mean more specifically, depth. When cutting through reinforced concrete, if your job requires a deeper than normal cut (1.5-2"), you'll want to reach for the ring saw blade.

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Working with concrete can be difficult, so making sure you have the correct blade for your application is imperative. President Lincoln once said, "If I have 6 hours to cut down a tree, I'll spend 4 of them sharpening my axe." Fortunately, it's not 1860, it's 2020, we have power tools and saws now. If you're cutting through concrete, brick, block or stone, and depending on the size of blade you use, cut depths can be up to 16". Blade sizes vary between 14"-20" with cut depth lengths adjusting accordingly.

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