Esch Edge Eater™ Concrete Chamfer Dust Shroud


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The Edge Eater™ Concrete Chamfer Dust Shroud by Esch. The Edge Eater™ is a dust-free solution to create or clean up a 45° chamfer on a concrete edge. Developed exclusively for Metabo T-Series and W-Series grinders and the Esch Vac 552 vacuum.

Ideal for making chamfered edges in parking garages, precast concrete, concrete pole bases, and columns. Works in both horizontal and vertical applications with easily adjustable depth. Creates narrow or wide chamfers with a simple wing nut adjustment (adjustable from 3/4" to 1-3/4".)

A reliable chamfer dust shroud and a unique diamond wheel create a perfect combination to quickly create a clean and consistent chamfered edge. The complete Edge Eater™ Chamfer Dust Shroud System is encouraged to maintain OSHA objective data compliance. Air sampling data is also available.

*A Chamfer is an edge beveled at a 45-degree angle. Chamfered edges are used to prevent chipping and damage to green concrete as well as mask imperfections or damage on cured concrete. Eliminating sharp corners also minimizes potential damage to other objects.

Get the Dust-Free Grinding Kit!

The Edge Eater Chamfer Shroud Grinding Kit comes with (1) Edge Eater Chasmfer Shroud, (1) Metabo T13-125 5" Angle Grinder, & (5) Esch Cut & Grind Wheels. Combine with a dust extractor like our EschVac 552 or Husqvarna DE110i (sold separately) for proper dust suppression.


For use withMetabo W-Series and T-Series Grinders
ApplicationConcrete Columns, Pole Bases, & Parking Garages
Chamfer WidthAdjustable (3/4" - 1-3/4")
Edge Degree45°

Simplifying a Unique Process: The Edge Eater™ Chamfer Shroud - Read more about how the Edge Eater™ revolutionized chamfer edge grinding.

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Brooks Rice

06/15/2023 11:47 am

Great Product

Perfect tool for any concrete edging! Using this shroud eliminates any risk for inexperience and will give you constant results throughout your project.