Diamond Saw Blade Head Concentration
The so-called diamond concentration, refers to the diamond in the working layer of the distribution of the body density (that is, the unit area of the weight of diamonds). "Specification" stipulates that the concentration of 4.4 carat diamond in a cubic centimeter working carcass is 100% and the concentration is 75% when it contains 3.3 carat diamond. The volume concentration indicates how much the diamond occupies in the agglomeration and stipulates that when the volume of the diamond occupies 1/4 of the total volume, the concentration is 100%. The increase of diamond concentration is expected to prolong the life of the saw blade, since the average cutting force per diamond is reduced by increasing the concentration. But increasing the concentration will increase the cost of the saw blade, thus there is a most economical concentration, and the concentration increases with the sawing rate.