GRANITE. MARBLE. QUARTZITE.
Peska Solutions’ diamond saw blades are engineered to cut efficiently and handle natural stones and ceramics with considerable variations. We use our diamond saw blades for slate, granite, marble, quartzite and different ceramic, composite and dekton based materials.
PESKA’S DIAMOND TOOLS PERFORM BETTER AND LAST LONGER.
Diamond tools tailored for your production
We start from a unique formula for our diamond tools but adjust them for the combination of rock types that you refine. The result is diamond saw blades perfectly tailored for your production, tools that last longer and saw straighter.
After years of experimenting, Peska Solutions has developed diamond tools that:
- CUT STRAIGHTER LINES
- REDUCE THE RISK OF DAMAGING CORNERS
- HAVE A LOWER NOISE LEVEL
- LAST LONGER
- SAVE MONEY
- ENHANCE THE PRODUCTION CAPACITY
WE CONSIDER THE TYPES OF ROCK YOU’RE WORKING WITH AND ACCORDINGLY ADJUST:
We use the latest PESKA technology when we make our diamond tools and reinforce them by laser welding.
The diamonds are placed in exact positions so that each millimetre of the segments have the same sharpness and cutting properties throughout the blade’s lifespan. In that way, the performance and longevity are maximised.
In the long run, using Peska Solutions’ diamond tools leads to more profitable production. You won’t have to replace the tool as often. You’ll manage with a smaller set of tools, and the quality of your products will improve.
Developed for one of the world’s most difficult types of rock
Peska Solutions’ diamond tools were originally developed for Alta slate, a type of rock that many consider to be the most challenging rock in the world to saw.
The slate’s extreme variation in hardness causes ordinary diamond tools to wear out quickly, cut crookedly and damage the material.
The diamond tools we have developed cut through Alta slate with ease. The tools can handle the rock’s various shapes and level of hardness without it becoming dull.
This also means that the same diamond tools can be used on multiple types of rock despite varying hardness – without risking the longevity of the blade or the quality of the final product.