The versatile HSC series combination blades from Multiquip are designed for cutting performance, recommended for cured concrete, green concrete, asphalt, block, brick, pavers and granite.
The HSC series features a built-in undercut protection and serrated “turbo” segments for rapid cutting. The cooling holes in the core of the HSC series dissipate heat quickly while keeping the blade cooler. With longevity in mind, the HSC series is designed with 10-mm segments.
For operator convenience, the HSC series blades are mounted on high-speed portable gas, masonry table, and walk-behind saws. They are available in four- to 20-inch diameters and can cut wet or dry. Visit multiquip.com.
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Masonry wanted a hard-nosed look at what makes the saw industry tick, so we went to three experts to get the real scoop on what has changed – and what hasn’t – in the masonry saws industry.
The thing about blades is that they can always be a little sharper. That’s a maxim the masonry blade industry has taken to heart as it continues to innovate, making blades more versatile, more durable and less expensive to produce.
Saw blade technology continues to provide end-users with the utmost in cost-effective use, efficiency and a long life of the blade. Not only are the blades boasting best-in-class design, but also companies are becoming more consumer oriented than ever – particularly regarding packaging.
Having recently returned from the World of Concrete/World of Masonry show in Las Vegas, I was able to see firsthand the progress that the saw blade industry continues to make, year after year.
When repairing or adding to a masonry structure, we usually want the new area, wall, extension or wing to look just like the pre-existing masonry.