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Is it safe to run a masonry saw vertically cutting in a door opening,when water is sprayed on only one side of the diamond blade. spraying from the ground using a garden sprayer. worker is on scaffold cutting 7 feet high. blade was only getting wet on one side. Thanks Ed

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Hello Ed,

Spraying water on 1 side of the blade will lead to uneven heating, and eventually blade failure (fly apart?).

The water not only helps cool the blade, but also helps remove the fine particulates from blade itself. With water only being sprayed on 1 side, the other side will likely become clogged. If blade gets hot enough on that side, will cause the material to smear across the blade surface and harden.

You may be able to rig a dual sprayer by using sprinkler heads, a Y valve, and a few short pieces of hose. Sprinkler heads blow water on the blade where it should be, mount onto blade housing in a way that they spray inwards. Feed them using short hose, from the Y valve, which is used to control the flow / amount of water to each head. Garden hose then screws into the Y Valve.

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