We think that the Ductile Iron Ring Saw Safety Blade is better at cutting buried ductile iron pipe than ICS’s PowerGrit chainsaw chain. After all, it cuts faster, lasts longer, and is more versatile. However, that leaves us with a problem: how do we show you that?
So we asked our resident graphic artists to come up with an infographic – our very first! – showing exactly how the Ductile Iron Ring Saw Safety Blade beats the PowerGrit chain. You can either click on the picture below to see a JPEG of it or download a PDF version with links to all of our sources.
We have a new and re-edited video of the Ductile Iron Ring Saw Safety Blade in action!
When mounted on a ring saw like the Husqvarna K970-14″ Gas Ring Saw or Husqvarna K3600 MKII Hydraulic Ring Saw, the Ductile Iron Ring Saw Safety Blade can cut almost anything, including ductile iron pipe. Not only that, but it can cut up to 10″ deep, twice as deep as other 14″ saws. Deeper cuts can reduce the excavation you need to get at buried pipes, which in turn can reduce costs and increase worksite safety. It’s the perfect blade for water utility and underground contractors.
Remember, we’ll be exhibiting the Ductile Iron Safety Blade, Ductile Iron Ring Saw Safety Blade and Carbide Chunk Blade in Booth 3087 at the American Water Works Association‘s ACE13 conference in Denver, CO from June 9 to 12! See our press release for details.
Do you cut buried pipe or conduits? If so, then the Ductile Iron Ring Saw Safety Blade can make your job easier and safer.
The Ductile Iron Ring Saw Safety Blade – when used on a specially designed ring saw blade – cuts up to 10″ deep, twice as deep as other 14″ diamond blades. Deeper cuts can mean less excavation, which in turn can increase your safety.
Not only that, but the Ductile Iron Ring Saw Safety Blade cuts almost anything, including ductile iron, PVC, HDPE, RCP, clay and ceramic pipe, concrete, wood and almost anything else that you’ll encounter in the field.