this is a wet cutting blade,I use it for dry cutting and on my water saw i use the same MK Hot dog blade,you cant get any better blade than this period!!!! cuts granite,I've cut granitte slabs up to 1 inch thick,marble,porcelan all that you want it will cut and mainly doesnt chip the tile iven if you dry cutting.the best thing about it cuts iven the softest of all soft materials such as the sugar marble which you can find it in window sills.I used nice porcelan blade to cut soft long marble sills it didnt work it was getting stuck,but the grooves on this blade lets you do everything.This is a blade for any type of tile work,you only need this blade and no other one,perfect choice of investment for a tile guy.
6060 MK-225 Porcelain Diamond Blade (Hot Dog)
- Product code: 6060
- Manufacturer: MK Diamond
$29.99 to $145.99
MK-225 Hot Dog Porcelain Diamond Blade
The MK-225 Hot Dog diamond blade has a thin rim for fast and precise cuts through porcelain, ceramic, and vitreous tile.
- High grade, thin-rim blade
- Tension slots help prevent dishing and blade wobble
- Diamond blade utilizes Micro Bead technology and a patent pending core slot design to provide a thin kerf; ensuring a consistent cutting edge and eliminating porcelain surface chipping even with the hardest porcelain tile
- Bulk price available for 10+ pieces
- Wet cutting only
- ** 12'' & 14'' blades cannot be used on a cut off saw **
|Rim Height||7 mm|
Ratings & Reviews
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This is not a good blade. Iâ€™m a professional contractor not a weekend warrior so youâ€™re getting this tip from somewhat of a reliable source. The blade is to thin, youâ€™re grinding not cutting so thinness really doesnâ€™t matter. The blade heats up real quick when you cut at average speed using max water. I us an MK saw that gets alot of water to the blade. Once the blade gets hot it warps causing wobbling problems so you chip edges and fight to get strait cuts (my table is true). There should be no problems like this; it is very frustrating at the jobsite. Even running the tile through at extremely slow speeds (frustrating again, time is money right? construction is all about professional tradesmen quality work and production if youâ€™re not real good and real quick find another occupation.) The blade wore out very fast. Iâ€™m doing 2 porcelain bathrooms now and all my work includes tile work amongst other things .I would suggest using a Raimondi Razor but avoid this one if not be sure to have a spare to replace it with.
This blade kicks! I just finished a 200sq.ft porcelain job and it rocked throught the whole thing. I've never had such ease of cutting before. The only downfall is I live in Canada and the brockerage and shipping charges almost double the price of the blade. Hopeing there is a Canadian distributor of this blade.
use it on job with huskey wet saw 7 in
I lay tile for a living and the hot dog blade cuts tile better then any blade I have tried.
nice blade I would choose this blade over any other that I have used at this point
Good blade. Deflects if you force cuts too fast but wears very well. Bought my 2nd one after lots of use on the 1st. Use it for porcelain.
I run them on my dewalt saws. Been through at least 6 of them. They last about 6 months with every other day use. I used one on a 1 1/4" paver job cutting vusors that tapered to nothing. No problems. They are a consistent blade, you know what your getting. Forget the silly red blade with all the internet hype for twice the price, and with the thick awkward core to work around when cleaning out cuts.
This is one of the best blades I have purchased, out of all the blades I have this one is by far my favorite for cutting ceramic and porcelain.
Great blade for cutting ceramic and porcelain standard tiles. It seems too thin to do any clean out cuts, but works great for straight cutting. Looks cool too..
clean cuts through ceramic and porcelain tile, and outlasts every other blade that I have used in the past. The cost is great you can not do better, I would recommend this blade to any professional or amateur.