Small blades <500mm

Dry or wet cutting? This choice may depend on the user’s preference or on some particular constraint associated with the work to be done. The use of water requires certain precautions if equipment with an electric motor is used. For general purpose site saws, dry-cutting tools are most frequently used; however, they can be used with irrigation to limit the amount of dust produced. Some irrigated tools and drill bits, must be used with water irrigation. Dry cutting tools may be used with or without irrigation, depending on the conditions encountered.