DTOX | The new cobalt-free diamond tool line "Made in Germany"


The building industry must face the omnipresent subjects of sustainability, environmental protection, and efficiency, too. And all the challenges that come along with them – not only since the beginning of the global pandemic or other major crises. When it comes to construction projects such as infrastructure, flats, single-family homes or company buildings, it is not only a question of “how” to do get the job done, but more and more also of “with what”. This is why the future belongs to tools and machines that not only fit the application best but offer long durability, smart features and the smallest possible “ecological footprint”.

When it comes to sustainability, it is not only short supply chains, shipping routes and delivery times that play a significant role, as these are more likely to be achieved with local production. Furthermore, the numerous components and parts of construction machinery and tools, and especially their origin, are of interest. From this perspective, another important factor is ‘innovation’.

As KERN-DEUDIAM we are close to our customers and have been researching, developing, and producing diamond tools and machines in Germany for over 45 years. At bauma 2022, we were able to present DTOX, a new product line that is entirely “Made in Germany” and 100% cobalt-free. Already today, this cobalt-free portfolio consists of wall saw and floor saw blades such as the SWF131 or SWF141, but also of wet core drills such as the DB121. In addition, KERN-DEUDIAM offers free-sintered ring segment modules or ring segmented core drills such as the DB111.

But there is even greater potential and high ambitions in this. In the medium term, KERN-DEUDIAM plans to dispense with further heavy metals that were previously necessary. Avoiding them will make diamond tools and production processes more sustainable and eco-friendlier, but also work with them on construction sites. For at present, these can still be found in almost every diamond tool – and thus also on most of the world’s construction sites.

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