Sealant Removal - Cutter Blade
Slices through Hard, Soft, even Gummy Joint Sealant
- Without melting the sealant.
Pricing / Ordering
with standard handheld angle grinders - variable speed models are
recommended (picture, right) - and walk-behind saws (just above idle
As effective as
the blades are at slicing through the sealant without melting it,
simply by lowering the tool's RPM's you will naturally reduce
friction heat buildup . . . which further improves the blade's
effectiveness at slicing through longer sections of sealant without
or removes joint sealant from the inside edge of expansion joints
without melting the sealant - including hard, soft and pliable
As the blade
is slicing through the sealant, the inside edge of the joint
is completely scraped clean with one pass of the blade .
Any excess sealant still remaining is easily "touched-up" by
lightly cutting into the concrete.
A new and
cleaning inside edge is exposed, assuring you of proper adhesive bonding of the new sealant to
freshly exposed concrete.
effective is the Stellite Cutter Blade at not melting the
sealant? Try This: Slice through long strips of
sealant - straight down through the center of the sealant and see for
yourself how the sealant material (hard or soft) does not melt.
similar blades before and the diamond chips broke or fractured from the
blade's metal core? Try
This: Cut directly into the inside edge of the concrete joint and
the Stellite® Cutter Chips will not break!
isn't the design of the blade to do so, the design of the blade
enables it to overcome
a wide assortment of difficulties and abuses that are typically encountered
on a jobsite - including the
removal of joint sealant when concrete or mortar is
"directly beneath" the sealant
(instead of the joint being open-ended or filled with backer rod).
Stable Stellite® Cutters
- Resists high temperature heating
- Maintains their sharp
- Harden, high temperature cutters keeps the blade
from dragging - preventing friction heat
Precision Shaped & Fitted
- High Pressure, High Temperature (HPHT) - Solid
- Precisely made, shaped and fitted to resist
friction heat build-up
- Cutter maintain their sharpness to slice through hard
and soft joint sealant instead of grinding it . . .
Maintains Sharp Slicing Edge
- Utility knife blades and diamond blades wear
- Diamonds round-over and grind (they do not
cut). Hence, when a diamond blade grinds it creates friction heat
which causes it to instantly melt the joint sealant.
- The harden cutters on the Stellite Blade do not round-over which keeps the sealant from melting.
Polyurea and / or
Chips Maintain Their Sharp Edge
Material Does Not Melt
Will Not Prematurely Fracture
Quick and easy slicing (removal) of joint sealant
along the inside edge of concrete expansion joints.
Harden cutters are protected from
Dust Director Joint Sealant Cutter Blades
cut fast - with no melting of the sealant nor fracturing of the diamond
- Click on pictures for
detailed view -
now . . . Removing
caulking or joint sealant from concrete & masonry control joints has always been a
slow, labor intensive, unhealthy chore . . .
There has to be a better way . . .
Sealant Cutter Blade
Fast, Professional, Safe
2 Steps in 1:
Prepared . . . Ready Immediately for Resealing:
material is sliced from the control joint
Harden Stellite Cutters
lightly scrape the inside edge of the joint, providing a clean,
exposed surface for re-sealing:
Joint sealant material isn't melted,
regardless if the material is hard or soft
Inside joint walls are
cleaned . . . completely
scraped free of sealant
Harden cutters aren't damaged or
fractured if they hit hard concrete
Joint is not widened - sealant
is completely removed
Blade handles comfortably with
precise, safe control
Low profile chips prevent the blade from kicking-
backwards towards the operator
Sliced Joint Sealant, ready to be pulled from
Strips of joint sealant being easily
removed from the joint.
Clean, Finished Inside Edge -
Ready for Immediate Resealing.
What the contractors are saying about the Stellite Cutter Blade -
- My guys say they're better than using a FEIN Caulk
the sealant - we cut down both sides of the joint and
pulled-out long strips of sealant. The sealant was
completely removed - we didn't have to go back and clean
the joint's inside edges -- well done and thank
. . . used it on sealant that was very gummy (we think
they forgot to add the hardener to it). The blade
worked far better than a Caulk Cutter or wire wheel."
Restoration Contractor, Chicago, IL
Productive - After we cutout the sealant we immediately
were able to install the new sealant. The inside
edges were completely free from the old joint
sealant and new concrete was exposed for proper bonding of
the new joint sealant - the joint was completely prep'd
and ready to go . . ."
& Caulking Removal Company, Miami, FL
Sealant Cut-Out Blade Pricing -
Individual & Box (10 / box) Pricing