What to do with your diamond blade after use
When you turn off your saw, odds are your blade is going to be incredibly hot. If you were to touch it, you would likely get a bad burn. Then, drop it and that opens a whole other list of possible injuries. If you drop the blade or place it down, you could risk cracking or warping the blade. Never place your freshly used blade on a floor or table.
Once completed your cut, leave the saw in a safe place/position, and give the saw several minutes to cool down. Place your safety gloves on for whenever you are handling the blade.
Before placing your blade in storage, always inspect your blade for cracks. An inspection should always be done before and after using a blade. Any sort of crack could break off while cutting and fly off in any direction possibly causing an injury.
Eventually, even the best blades wear down. When this happens do not place them back in the skip. A coworker or someone might stumble upon the blade and think about reusing the blade. We recommend that when you are done with a blade that you break or dismantle the blade further. This way, there is no mistaking the blade for being in tip-top shape.If you have any questions at all, please contact us – we are happy to answer all of your questions.