Norton Clipper offers a wide range of tile saws, from tile table saws to tile rail saws for the building and construction industry. These machines can easily cut ceramic and porcelain tiles in a range of sizes and provide the best results when they are combined with a Norton Clipper diamond blade. This guide focuses on technical support and product advice for the Norton Clipper tile saw machines and electric tile cutters.
Norton Clipper Tile Saw Technical Support & Product Advice
NEVER FORCE THE MACHINE WHEN CUTTING - ALLOW THE BLADE AND THE MOTOR TORQUE OF THE MACHINE TO DO THE WORK
- Check the water pump is properly immersed before use
- Clean the water tray and the water pump right after use to avoid the formation of a solid deposit – this is not only a safety point, but it also helps to increase the lifespan of the machine
- On tile saws, it is important that the dividing knife (blade guard support) is properly aligned with the diamond blade to avoid blocking and breaking the tiles.
- Make sure to always slow down the infeed speed at the end of the cut to avoid breaking the tile and to achieve a clean cut
|Technical Account Manager, Kevin Bisson demonstrates cutting wall tiles with the Norton Clipper TR202 tile saw which is a great solution for cutting floor and wall tiles up to 650mm long.||
This video shows the TR232L Norton Clipper tile saw being used to cut a range of wall and floor tiles, up to 1200m.
Norton Clipper Diamond Blades for Tile Saws
For best results it is recommended that you use your Norton Clipper tile saw machines with our diamond blades.
For the tile rail saw range we recommend using the Norton Clipper Extreme Ceramic Turbo diamond blade for ceramic tiles.
|For tile table saws use the Norton Clipper Pro Ceramic diamond blade for porcelain tiles.|
|For tile rail saws use the Norton Clipper Extreme Ceramic Turbo diamond blade for porcelain tiles.|
For more technical advice on our tile saws or if you would like more product information on the Norton Clipper tile range you can contact us here or you can get in touch with your local sales rep.