ATS Diamond Tools

ATS 125mm Flush Cut Diamond Vanity Blade M14
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£20.90
Flush cut, flat face diamond blades fitted with M14 threaded flanges (except the 115mm) designed to connect directly to your grinder. The flange attachment means the blade can be used tight up against a wall or other similar obstacle. Designed for cutting Granite, Marble, Quartz, Reinforced Concrete, Bricks Hard Clay Roof tiles and General Masonry products. The centre flange can be removed to leave a standard 22.23mm centre bore for fitting to a grinder in the normal way. The diamond segment extends down on to the face of the blade to act as a protection when cutting shallow curves, it allows the blade to continue cutting and reduces the likelyhood of snagging.
ATS 150mm x 22.23/20mm Turbo Diamond Blade Bushboard M Stone Max-Top Quartz Festool TS55
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£17.05
We've been working in conjunction with Bushboard to provide our 150mm Turbo Fine blade ready to go to fit the Festool TS55R plunge saw. This is our Premium Fine Turbo Blade with a standard 22.23mm bore that has been fitted with a 22.23mm to 20mm reducing ring. Tested in Bushboard M Stone to cut dry and provide a clean finish at an affordable price. The image displayed is of the actual items for sale and is not a library picture. All stock is held in the UK and is ready for immediate shipment.
ATS 115mm Flush Cut Diamond Vanity Blade M14
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£20.90
Flush cut, flat face diamond blades fitted with M14 threaded flanges designed to connect directly to your grinder. The flange attachment means the blade can be used tight up against a wall or other similar obstacle. Designed for cutting Granite, Marble, Quartz, Reinforced Concrete, Bricks Hard Clay Roof tiles and General Masonry products. The centre flange can be removed to leave a standard 22.23mm centre bore for fitting to a grinder in the normal way. The diamond segment extends down on to the face of the blade to act as a protection when cutting shallow curves, it allows the blade to continue cutting and reduces the likelyhood of snagging.
ATS Premium 50 Grit Diamond Hand Polishing pads
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£13.20
Premium Professional Diamond Hand Polishing Pads 90mm x 55mm Ideal for finishing rough edges and creating a polish on most hard materials including:- Marble Granite Quartz Terrazzo Glass Porcelain Ceramics The 50 through 400 grit pads are made using electroplated diamond pads. The 800 through 3000 grit pads are resin bonded.
ATS 55mm Diamond Holesaw Tile ceramic glass porcelain marble drill
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£8.25
Diamond dust hole saws are suitable for drilling ceramic tiles, glass, marble, slate and porcelain tiles up to hardness grade 5 For use with conventional power drills on the lower speed settings with the hammer action disabled. Diamond Hole Saws - Instructions for Guidance only Cooling and Lubrication When cutting hard materials it is important to ensure the cutter is kept cool to avoid damage to the material being drilled and premature wear of the cutter. Using water as a coolant/lubricant will substantially extend the life of these hole saws. If you're drilling on a vertical surface try a hand spray water bottle, or sponge soaked in water and held underneath, but in contact with the drill bit. How to use your Holesaw In an ideal world your piece of work should be clamped firmly to a bench to allow for slow controlled drilling. Of course sometimes that's just not possible, so if you're drilling in situ or at an awkward angle try the following:- Make a template from a piece of timber or waste material, locate this over the area where you want to drill your hole and use it as a "guide" to start the hole. Once you've got into the surface by 1mm to 2mm you can remove the guide and continue to drill in a controlled manner.
ATS 60mm Diamond Holesaw Tile ceramic glass porcelain marble drill
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£8.80
Diamond dust hole saws are suitable for drilling ceramic tiles, glass, marble, slate and porcelain tiles up to hardness grade 5 For use with conventional power drills on the lower speed settings with the hammer action disabled. Diamond Hole Saws - Instructions for Guidance only Cooling and Lubrication When cutting hard materials it is important to ensure the cutter is kept cool to avoid damage to the material being drilled and premature wear of the cutter. Using water as a coolant/lubricant will substantially extend the life of these hole saws. If you're drilling on a vertical surface try a hand spray water bottle, or sponge soaked in water and held underneath, but in contact with the drill bit. How to use your Holesaw In an ideal world your piece of work should be clamped firmly to a bench to allow for slow controlled drilling. Of course sometimes that's just not possible, so if you're drilling in situ or at an awkward angle try the following:- Make a template from a piece of timber or waste material, locate this over the area where you want to drill your hole and use it as a "guide" to start the hole. Once you've got into the surface by 1mm to 2mm you can remove the guide and continue to drill in a controlled manner.
ATS 160mm x 22.23/20mm Pro Turbo Diamond Blade Bushboard M Stone Max-Top Quartz Festool TS55
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£37.40
We've been working in conjunction with Bushboard to provide our 160mm Turbo Fine blade ready to go to fit the Festool TS55R plunge saw. This is a specially designed Turbo Blade with a standard 22.23mm bore that has been fitted with a 22.23mm to 20mm reducing ring. Tested in Bushboard M Stone to cut dry and provide a clean finish for the professional user. The image displayed is of the actual items for sale and is not a library picture. All stock is held in the UK and is ready for immediate shipment.
ATS 230mm Flush Cut Diamond Vanity Blade M14
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£58.85
Flush cut, flat face diamond blades fitted with M14 threaded flanges (except the 115mm) designed to connect directly to your grinder. The flange attachment means the blade can be used tight up against a wall or other similar obstacle. Designed for cutting Granite, Marble, Quartz, Reinforced Concrete, Bricks Hard Clay Roof tiles and General Masonry products. The centre flange can be removed to leave a standard 22.23mm centre bore for fitting to a grinder in the normal way. The diamond segment extends down on to the face of the blade to act as a protection when cutting shallow curves, it allows the blade to continue cutting and reduces the likelyhood of snagging.
ATS 50mm Diamond Holesaw Tile ceramic glass porcelain marble drill
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£7.15
Diamond dust hole saws are suitable for drilling ceramic tiles, glass, marble, slate and porcelain tiles up to hardness grade 5 For use with conventional power drills on the lower speed settings with the hammer action disabled. Diamond Hole Saws - Instructions for Guidance only Cooling and Lubrication When cutting hard materials it is important to ensure the cutter is kept cool to avoid damage to the material being drilled and premature wear of the cutter. Using water as a coolant/lubricant will substantially extend the life of these hole saws. If you're drilling on a vertical surface try a hand spray water bottle, or sponge soaked in water and held underneath, but in contact with the drill bit. How to use your Holesaw In an ideal world your piece of work should be clamped firmly to a bench to allow for slow controlled drilling. Of course sometimes that's just not possible, so if you're drilling in situ or at an awkward angle try the following:- Make a template from a piece of timber or waste material, locate this over the area where you want to drill your hole and use it as a "guide" to start the hole. Once you've got into the surface by 1mm to 2mm you can remove the guide and continue to drill in a controlled manner.
ATS 105mm Diamond Holesaw Tile ceramic glass porcelain marble drill
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£20.35
Diamond dust hole saws are suitable for drilling ceramic tiles, glass, marble, slate and porcelain tiles up to hardness grade 5 For use with conventional power drills on the lower speed settings with the hammer action disabled. Diamond Hole Saws - Instructions for Guidance only Cooling and Lubrication When cutting hard materials it is important to ensure the cutter is kept cool to avoid damage to the material being drilled and premature wear of the cutter. Using water as a coolant/lubricant will substantially extend the life of these hole saws. If you're drilling on a vertical surface try a hand spray water bottle, or sponge soaked in water and held underneath, but in contact with the drill bit. How to use your Holesaw In an ideal world your piece of work should be clamped firmly to a bench to allow for slow controlled drilling. Of course sometimes that's just not possible, so if you're drilling in situ or at an awkward angle try the following:- Make a template from a piece of timber or waste material, locate this over the area where you want to drill your hole and use it as a "guide" to start the hole. Once you've got into the surface by 1mm to 2mm you can remove the guide and continue to drill in a controlled manner.
ATS 150mm Flush Cut Diamond Vanity Blade M14
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£23.87
Flush cut, flat face diamond blades fitted with M14 threaded flanges (except the 115mm) designed to connect directly to your grinder. The flange attachment means the blade can be used tight up against a wall or other similar obstacle. Designed for cutting Granite, Marble, Quartz, Reinforced Concrete, Bricks Hard Clay Roof tiles and General Masonry products. The centre flange can be removed to leave a standard 22.23mm centre bore for fitting to a grinder in the normal way. The diamond segment extends down on to the face of the blade to act as a protection when cutting shallow curves, it allows the blade to continue cutting and reduces the likelyhood of snagging.
ATS 40mm Diamond Holesaw Tile ceramic glass porcelain marble drill
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£4.40
Diamond dust hole saws are suitable for drilling ceramic tiles, glass, marble, slate and porcelain tiles up to hardness grade 5 For use with conventional power drills on the lower speed settings with the hammer action disabled. Diamond Hole Saws - Instructions for Guidance only Cooling and Lubrication When cutting hard materials it is important to ensure the cutter is kept cool to avoid damage to the material being drilled and premature wear of the cutter. Using water as a coolant/lubricant will substantially extend the life of these hole saws. If you're drilling on a vertical surface try a hand spray water bottle, or sponge soaked in water and held underneath, but in contact with the drill bit. How to use your Holesaw In an ideal world your piece of work should be clamped firmly to a bench to allow for slow controlled drilling. Of course sometimes that's just not possible, so if you're drilling in situ or at an awkward angle try the following:- Make a template from a piece of timber or waste material, locate this over the area where you want to drill your hole and use it as a "guide" to start the hole. Once you've got into the surface by 1mm to 2mm you can remove the guide and continue to drill in a controlled manner.
ATS Premium 400 Grit Diamond Hand Polishing pads
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£13.20
Premium Professional Diamond Hand Polishing Pads 90mm x 55mm Ideal for finishing rough edges and creating a polish on most hard materials including:- Marble Granite Quartz Terrazzo Glass Porcelain Ceramics The 50 through 400 grit pads are made using electroplated diamond pads. The 800 through 3000 grit pads are resin bonded.
ATS 110mm Diamond Holesaw Tile ceramic glass porcelain marble drill
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£22.00
Diamond dust hole saws are suitable for drilling ceramic tiles, glass, marble, slate and porcelain tiles up to hardness grade 5 For use with conventional power drills on the lower speed settings with the hammer action disabled. Diamond Hole Saws - Instructions for Guidance only Cooling and Lubrication When cutting hard materials it is important to ensure the cutter is kept cool to avoid damage to the material being drilled and premature wear of the cutter. Using water as a coolant/lubricant will substantially extend the life of these hole saws. If you're drilling on a vertical surface try a hand spray water bottle, or sponge soaked in water and held underneath, but in contact with the drill bit. How to use your Holesaw In an ideal world your piece of work should be clamped firmly to a bench to allow for slow controlled drilling. Of course sometimes that's just not possible, so if you're drilling in situ or at an awkward angle try the following:- Make a template from a piece of timber or waste material, locate this over the area where you want to drill your hole and use it as a "guide" to start the hole. Once you've got into the surface by 1mm to 2mm you can remove the guide and continue to drill in a controlled manner.
ATS 90mm Diamond Holesaw Tile ceramic glass porcelain marble drill
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£15.95
Diamond dust hole saws are suitable for drilling ceramic tiles, glass, marble, slate and porcelain tiles up to hardness grade 5 For use with conventional power drills on the lower speed settings with the hammer action disabled. Diamond Hole Saws - Instructions for Guidance only Cooling and Lubrication When cutting hard materials it is important to ensure the cutter is kept cool to avoid damage to the material being drilled and premature wear of the cutter. Using water as a coolant/lubricant will substantially extend the life of these hole saws. If you're drilling on a vertical surface try a hand spray water bottle, or sponge soaked in water and held underneath, but in contact with the drill bit. How to use your Holesaw In an ideal world your piece of work should be clamped firmly to a bench to allow for slow controlled drilling. Of course sometimes that's just not possible, so if you're drilling in situ or at an awkward angle try the following:- Make a template from a piece of timber or waste material, locate this over the area where you want to drill your hole and use it as a "guide" to start the hole. Once you've got into the surface by 1mm to 2mm you can remove the guide and continue to drill in a controlled manner.
ATS Premium 800 Grit Diamond Hand Polishing pads
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£11.88
Premium Professional Diamond Hand Polishing Pads 90mm x 55mm Ideal for finishing rough edges and creating a polish on most hard materials including:- Marble Granite Quartz Terrazzo Glass Porcelain Ceramics The 50 through 400 grit pads are made using electroplated diamond pads. The 800 through 3000 grit pads are resin bonded.
ATS 45mm Diamond Holesaw Tile ceramic glass porcelain marble drill
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£4.95
Diamond dust hole saws are suitable for drilling ceramic tiles, glass, marble, slate and porcelain tiles up to hardness grade 5 For use with conventional power drills on the lower speed settings with the hammer action disabled. Diamond Hole Saws - Instructions for Guidance only Cooling and Lubrication When cutting hard materials it is important to ensure the cutter is kept cool to avoid damage to the material being drilled and premature wear of the cutter. Using water as a coolant/lubricant will substantially extend the life of these hole saws. If you're drilling on a vertical surface try a hand spray water bottle, or sponge soaked in water and held underneath, but in contact with the drill bit. How to use your Holesaw In an ideal world your piece of work should be clamped firmly to a bench to allow for slow controlled drilling. Of course sometimes that's just not possible, so if you're drilling in situ or at an awkward angle try the following:- Make a template from a piece of timber or waste material, locate this over the area where you want to drill your hole and use it as a "guide" to start the hole. Once you've got into the surface by 1mm to 2mm you can remove the guide and continue to drill in a controlled manner.
ATS Premium 3000 Grit Diamond Hand Polishing pads
ATS Diamond Tools Limited
£11.88
Premium Professional Diamond Hand Polishing Pads 90mm x 55mm Ideal for finishing rough edges and creating a polish on most hard materials including:- Marble Granite Quartz Terrazzo Glass Porcelain Ceramics The 50 through 400 grit pads are made using electroplated diamond pads. The 800 through 3000 grit pads are resin bonded.
ATS 27mm Diamond Holesaw Tile ceramic glass porcelain marble drill (1 Piece)
ATS Diamond Tools Ltd
£3.03
Diamond dust hole saws are suitable for drilling ceramic tiles, glass, marble, slate and porcelain tiles up to hardness grade 5 For use with conventional power drills on the lower speed settings with the hammer action disabled. Diamond Hole Saws - Instructions for Guidance only Cooling and Lubrication When cutting hard materials it is important to ensure the cutter is kept cool to avoid damage to the material being drilled and premature wear of the cutter. Using water as a coolant/lubricant will substantially extend the life of these hole saws. If you're drilling on a vertical surface try a hand spray water bottle, or sponge soaked in water and held underneath, but in contact with the drill bit. How to use your Holesaw In an ideal world your piece of work should be clamped firmly to a bench to allow for slow controlled drilling. Of course sometimes that's just not possible, so if you're drilling in situ or at an awkward angle try the following:- Make a template from a piece of timber or waste material, locate this over the area where you want to drill your hole and use it as a "guide" to start the hole. Once you've got into the surface by 1mm to 2mm you can remove the guide and continue to drill in a controlled manner.
ATS 200mm x 30mm/25.4mm/22.23mm Turbo Porcelain Tile Diamond Blade
ATS Diamond Tools
£35.20
Thin Turbo Porcelain Diamond Blades with reinforcing flange Designed specifically for the cutting of:- Porcelain Tiles Very Hard Ceramic Tiles Quarry Tiles Stock avalilable in the following sizes:- 115mm x 22.23mm x 1.2mm 25mm x 22.23mm x 1.5mm 200mm x 25.4mm/22.23mm x 1.6mm 250mm x 25.4mm/22.23mm x 2mm Designed for use in static tile cutting machines or in angle grinders.These blades can be used wet or dry however the life span and performance of the blade will be increased if water cooling is used. The images displayed are of the actual items for sale and are not library or manufacturers pictures. All stock is held in the UK and is ready for immediate shipment. The 200mm and 250mm blades have a centre bore of 25.4mm and are fitted with reducing rings to 22.23mm. These two blades are shipped with the reduction rings fitted - they are simple to remove if you require the larger bore.