Stealth Master Concrete Block and Concrete Paver Blade
The ultimate silent core technology of the Stealth Master can reduce the cutting noise of the blade to just 8dcb. That’s whisper quite.
With such affordable quality, there is no reason to not have the best for your job.
This concrete block and concrete paver blade by Paragon is an excellent choice for any heavy-duty cutting application that requires strength, durability, precision, and longevity. With its superior cutting performance, reduced maintenance needs, and improved safety and comfort features, ‘The Stealth Master’ has become the go-to choice for many professionals and DIY enthusiasts alike.
For use on Concrete Blocks or Concrete Pavers. Not recommended for cutting Clay Bricks or Clay Pavers.
Specifications of this diamond bladed saw:
- 14″ (inch) – 350mm diameter diamond blade
- Max RPM 4300
- Bore Size: 25.4mm
- 20″ (inch) 500mm diameter diamond blade
- Max RPM 3800
- Bore Size: 25.4
- Brand: Paragon Tools®
- Stealth Master – Diamond Blade For Cutting Concrete Block And Pavers
|Aerated Concrete / Hebel Block
|Bricks Calsil (Sand Lime / Calcium Silicate)
|Bricks Clay – Including Hard Pavers
|Cement Render / Screed
|Concrete Block, Paver, Brick
|Concrete Cured Reinforced
|Concrete Green (Abrasive)
|Concrete Roof Tile
|Fibre Cement Sheet
|Steel – Pipes, Lintels, Tube
|Wall Chasing – Hard Material
This laser-welded diamond blade is a concrete block and concrete paver diamond blade that is produced using a high-powered laser to fuse the diamond segments to the blade’s steel core. The laser welding process creates a stronger and more durable bond between the diamond segments and the core, resulting in several advantages over traditional brazed or sintered diamond blades. One of the benefits is the reduced risk of segment loss or breakage during cutting. This makes laser-welded diamond blades ideal for heavy-duty cutting applications.
Another advantage of laser-welded diamond blades is their ability to provide a smoother and more precise cut. The laser-welded bond is thinner and more uniform than traditional brazed or sintered bonds, allowing for more accurate and consistent cutting. This is especially important in applications where precision is essential, such as cutting decorative concrete or making precise cuts for installation purposes.
Laser-welded diamond blades also tend to have a longer lifespan than traditional blades, reducing the need for frequent blade replacements and ultimately lowering the overall cost of the project. This is due to the fact that the stronger bond between the diamond segments and the core reduces the risk of wear and tear over time, resulting in a longer blade lifespan.
In addition, laser-welded diamond blades tend to produce less dust and noise during cutting, improving the overall safety and comfort of the user. The thinner and more uniform bond allows for a smoother and quieter cutting experience, while the reduced dust production improves air quality and reduces the risk of respiratory issues.
NOTE: When using a concrete diamond blade, it’s important to follow proper safety protocols, such as wearing protective gear, using a dust suppression system, and ensuring that the blade is securely attached to the saw. Additionally, it’s essential to choose the right blade for the job and to regularly inspect and maintain the blade to ensure optimal performance and longevity.