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Side Story: Product Watch – A Multipurpose Blade

Information about the Masonry IndustryThe 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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