Green Concrete Diamond Blades

Green Concrete Blades are used for cutting green concrete, asphalt, and asphalt over concrete roadways. Green Concrete Diamond Blades come laser welded, turbo segmented, core designed with gullets and undercut protection. These Green Concrete blades offer different bond specifications according to the type of concrete aggregates, reinforcing shares, and curing times.


300, 350, 400 and 450mm diameter blades.

Why You Should Buy Green Concrete Diamond Blades From South Pacific Diamond Tools

  • We are pleased to offer you with expert advice on selecting the right Green Concrete Diamond Blades for your particular application
  • We source diamond tools from all over the world to match top performance with competitive prices
  • We are able to offer you custom tools for situations where a standard tool is not suitable
  • You will enjoy quick delivery from our extensive stock
  • Great service from our friendly, knowledgeable
  • Feel free to visit our showroom if you prefer to talk face to face, or just need to collect your order personally

Safety – Protect yourself and others from:

  • Dust – Wear respirator or appropriate face mask. Restrict others from the vicinity
  • Rotating Cutting Tools – Wear protective clothing, steel toecaps, hard hat, gloves etc.
  • Flying debris – Wear eye protection
  • Industrial Noise – Protect your hearing with ear plugs

Correct Operation – Understanding how to look after Green Concrete Diamond Blades will reward you with faster cutting and longer life. Water will cool the blade, lubricate when cutting and suppress dust. Protect your blade from impact and thermal shock caused by quenching a hot blade

At South Pacific Diamond Tools Ltd, we pride ourselves on quality. A premium quality diamond blade is not cheap however, you need to decide what is more important. The initial cost of the blade or total cutting costs. For large jobs or regular use, a top quality blade may actually be less expensive than several cheaper blades. Our blades have 10mm high segments. Choose a blade that matches closely as possible to the material you are cutting.

Contact us for guidance if unsure.