Dixie Diamond Manufacturing Launches Professional Series Diamond Blade and Core Bit Line

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Now in its fourth year of development, the company has successfully launched a professional series of blades and bits to the professional concrete cutting industry. The diamond blades and bits are manufactured to strict tolerances using only the finest ingredients in their Atlanta, Georgia based manufacturing plant.

After several years of development including painstaking research into the best tools to manufacture for the various types of concrete found nationwide, Dixie Diamond Manufacturing has created a new line of professional tools that are catching the attention of concrete cutters around the country. After many tests in the field, the company has determined which diamond blades work best and have put together a new catalog featuring all of the concrete cutting products available. Products include diamond blades for electric saws, wall saw cutting, flat saw cutting, bridge decking cutting and even difficult applications including flint rock that require high diamond concentrations within the matrix of the wet cutting diamond blade.

Furthermore, the company not only manufactures a professional series for diamond blades but also for core cutting industry. The blades they manufacture are used on either a stand up rig which is available to the customer or one of the company's hand held electronic rigs which handle up to 5 inch bits. Various designs of bits are available include bits that can core through prestressed concrete and other difficult concrete applications. The newest products include the Beaver bit series which is available in the premium and ultimate lines. The ultimate Beaver bit has a U shaped segment that allows for fast coring and gets the job done fast when using wet cutting core bits.

The company is excited about their new products and will be featuring them March 4-6 in San Diego at the CSDA (Concrete Sawing and Drilling Association).

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