Multi-wire Paragon and the 5,3mm wire: the winning combination

18 May, 2017
The combination of know-how and productive tradition between two major companies operating in the granite sector makes important technological advances possible. The optimization of the production process exponentially improves the quality of finished work.
The cutting of marble and granite blocks is one of the primary production stages of Mondial Granit S.p.A., which is satisfactorily using Breton technologies.
The history of Mondial Granit began in 1991 thanks to the vision and foresight of Giovanni Leonardo Damigella who founded a production and marketing company of marble, stone and granite in a small town in the province of Ragusa.  
Over the years and thanks to the determination, commitment and diligence of its founder, Mondial Granit S.p.A. has become one of the most successful companies in this sector.
Mondial Granit sells products from quarries around the world and has important international certifications and prestigious collaborations such as AEO and RINA.
Production facilities extend over an area of ​​220 thousand square meters and are powered by a large photovoltaic plant which is perfectly integrated into the surrounding area.
Breton is a pioneer in granite sawing with 5.3mm diameter diamond wire, starting 3 years ago at Mondial Granit. The company has 6 Breton multi-wire machines, three of which are PARAGON (Paragon 600, 1000 and 2100). These machines systematically saw using 5.3mm wire.
The Breton PARAGON multi-wire machines are ideal for cutting granite and marble blocks with diamond wires of 5.3 mm in diameter. 
The minimum fatigue of the wires is guaranteed thanks to the ingenious 5-pulley triangular geometry, all of which 1,000mm diameter wide, which greatly speeds up the replacement of the wires or their repositioning at the layers’ change.
Additionally, adjustable wire driving rollers with motorized motion allow a closer positioning to the saw blade so as to guarantee the highest downfeed speed and the greatest cutting precision, resulting in a better final quality of the cut slabs.


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