STORM Turbo Fast bridge saw blade for Dekton & Ultra Compact Surfaces

Diameter: 350mm
Prix réduit£0.00 GBP

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The STORM Turbo stands out as an outstanding bridge saw blade, approved by Consentino, specifically crafted for precision cutting of Dekton and Ultra-compact surfaces. Tailored for use on low-powered or fixed-speed saws, this high-quality blade also seamlessly integrates with CNC saws, offering a rapid cutting pace of up to 4 metres per minute.

Designed with versatility in mind, the STORM Turbo ensures chip-free finishes consistently. Featuring Breton, Denver, and Donatoni location holes, along with 10mm slim segments, this blade provides a forgiving bond and optimal diamond content. The STORM Turbo boasts a sandwiched reinforced anti-vibration blade body core design, contributing to a remarkably quiet and smooth cutting experience. This innovative construction not only minimizes noise but also enhances overall operational efficiency and elevates the quality of the final output.

The blade's exceptional ease of use minimizes energy consumption during fabrication, leading to significant cost savings. Its compatibility with various saw types, coupled with outstanding cutting performance on Dekton and Ultra-compact surfaces, makes the STORM Turbo a reliable choice for those seeking to streamline operations and enhance productivity.

Choose the STORM Turbo blade to experience the perfect balance of speed, versatility, and cost-effectiveness, ultimately saving time, energy, and money in your fabrication processes.


  • Approved By Consentino
  • Super silent-body blade
  • Segment bond designed specifically for all ultra-compact surfaces
  • Sandwiched reinforced body construction 
  • 10mm segment height
  • Suited to BRETON, DENVER & DONATONI Machines.
  • Certified to EN13236

Speed & Feed rate chart:

 Diameter (mm) RPM Min. RPM Max. Feed Rate (8mm Slab) Feed Rate (12mm Slab) Feed Rate (20mm Slab)
400mm 1700 2400 4.2M/MIN 3.0M/MIN 2.3M/MIN

*When engaging in mitring, aim for a feed rate that is up to 75% of the recommended speed for optimal results. 

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