Pearl Abrasive DTL10HPXL P4 10" Porcelain Diamond Blade
Pearl Abrasive P4 10" DTL10HPXL Porcelain Diamond Blade
The Pearl Abrasive DTL10HPXL is a high performance diamond blade for wet cutting porcelain, ceramic, natural stone, granite, and extra hard tile. The teardrop laser slots help cool the blade to ensure quick and clean cuts through the toughest materials.
- Smooth thin kerf for chip-free cutting
- Laser cut cooling holes dissipate heat for fast, clean cuts and extended blade life
- High strength core minimizes blade wobble and deflection
- Special bond design if highly effective when cutting hard porcelain
- Outperforms other premium porcelain blades
- Aggressive diamond matrix for wet cutting porcelain
- These blades are designed for wet cutting only
- Rim Height 8mm (5/16")
- Kerf 0.060"
- Maximum RPM 6,100
- Arbor Size 5/8" Arbor
My blade was cutting fast at first but after some use it has slowed down. Why is this happening?
by Brandon M 8/4/2015 3:44:02 pm
Diamond blades can become glazed over after some cutting and it is best to use a dressing stone to restore the performance of the blade. Most diamond blade manufacturers recommend dressing your blade every 60 linear feet to ensure proper cutting. Click here for Diamond Blade Dressing Stones!
Can I use this blade to cut porcelain and ceramic tile?
by Jim 4/15/2017 5:23:02 pm
This 10 inch diamond blade will cut both porcelain and ceramic tiles with great results. We always recommend to use a dressing stone as well to condition the blade.
Will this blade work on a wet saw ?
by Ji 4/15/2017 5:47:09 pm
This blade will work on 10" tile saws with a 5/8" arbor.
Does this blade have the extra material on the center of the blade like the razor T3? I find it helps with the wobble big time.
by Francisco E 7/24/2017 9:51:22 pm
The Razor T3 requires the thicker hub due to the thinner rim .050" the thicker hub reduces the chances of the blade walking. The Pearl abrasive blade has a rim kerf of .060" and the thicker core is not required or needed for accurate cuts.
How does this blade perform on miter and dive cuts? And how does this blade compare in performance (speed of cuts and durability) to the Dewalt XP4 and T3 Razor.
by JB Selig 12/8/2019 2:22:30 pm
Based on customer reviews, this blade is not fully recommended for extensive miter cutting. While it can perform miter and dive cuts, it tends to dull out the miter side of the blade.
This blade can cut very hard porcelain as well as other materials making it a very durable tile saw blade. It will give you about the same cut speed as other 10" non-turbo rim diamond blades.