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Premium Mortar Raking Diamond Blades
Size (Dia x Width x Bore):  
Our Price:  £32.00(Exc. 20% VAT)

Model:  DD.MR.PM.115x6x22.A
Brand:  Right Lines

Applications:These are durable mortar rakes, having laser welded segments for longer life. Ideal for abrasive mortars due to protection from tungsten carbide inserts. For use on 115mm, 125mm or 230mm angle grinders. These mortar raking blades are deal for all mortars as well as for raking out for inserting lead flashing etc. The 230mm blades are also handy for cutting expansion joints in concrete, when a filler is to be inserted.


  • Laser welded diamond segments for durability.
  • Tungsten carbide inserts to protect against abrasive undercutting and wear.
  • Premium diamond segments for fast work on harder mortar mixes.
  • Available in 6.4mm (1/4") and 8mm widths.

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.