Crack Chaser Diamond Blades

Crack Chaser Diamond Blades
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Size (Dia x Width x Bore):  
Pack Size:  
Our Price:  £132.00
List Price:  £159.00
Saving Of:  £27.00 (17%)
(Exc. 20% VAT)

Model:  18852
Brand:  Right Lines

Applications: For the repair of concrete cracks. Use these to 'chase out' the cracks to provide a suitable opening for pouring in the liquid cement or other repair agent and providing clean edges for a good bonding. The 3 sizes suit standard angle grinders with the 180mm size being recommended for 230mm or 9" grinders. These blades use a premium diamond grades, so they are suitable for all concrete floors including those with hard aggregates.


  • Premium grade diamond to cut hard aggregates.
  • Laser welded for segment strength.
  • Axe-head profile segments to make following the crack easier.
  • 9.5mm width for easy access to pour the repair compound.

Delivery Options:

We will normally dispatch orders received by 3.00pm on any working day, that same day. Orders valued at below £50.00 + VAT will be given the default 2-3 day delivery throughout UK at a charge of just £3.00, unless next day delivery is selected at just £5.00. Orders valued £50 or over + VAT will be given free express delivery. This will be next working day for most of Great Britain but a little longer in Northern Ireland, Islands and some remote areas.

We can offer a faster Before 1.00pm option for deliveries to most of mainland Britain for an extra £4.00 + VAT.

Saturday delivery is available for most parts of Britain for an extra £10.00 + VAT.

Remote Areas: We do not surcharge deliveries to Northern Ireland, Islands or remote areas of UK, but some options such as next day or before 1.00pm may not be available.

Deliveries Outside UK:

We have carrier contracts that enable us to deliver to most countries. Please ask us for a quote if requiring delivery outside of UK.

For the Republic of Ireland, there is a dedicated website: which will calculate the delivery charge for you. This is normally subsidised and in many cases free.