Buy 7" Depressed Center Wheel, Type 27, 1/4" x 5/8"-11, Ceramic Alumina/Zirconia Alumina 66252917881: Cutoff Wheels FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases
Norton® NorZon Plus Depressed Center Wheels use a premium combination of Norton SG® (ceramic aluminum oxide) and NorZon® (zirconia alumina) to achieve a 50 to 200% better overall performance over competitive zirconia wheels. Norton Abrasive 7inx1/4inx5/8-11 Norzon Grinding Wheel - 66252917881
Norton UPC - 66252917881. Depressed Center Wheel Size: 7x1/4x5/8-11. Depressed Center Wheel Thickness: 1/4" Depressed Center Wheel Type: Type 27. Max RPM: 8,600. Depressed Center Wheel Grain: Ceramic Alumina/Zirconia Alumina
Remove stock from 400 series stainless and carbon steels with this Norton NorZon Plus SGZ CA Type 27 grinding wheel. A well-balanced design enables the wheel to cut aggressively without causing excess wear to your grinding machine.
7" x 1/4" x 5/8"-11 Type 27 Norzon Plus Grinding Wheel. 66252917881 UNSPSC 23131503 center design allows the flange/lock nut to recess within the wheel so that it can be used for heavy-duty to light grinding on the bottom/face of the wheel.
Norton 66252917881Type 27 NorZon Plus Depressed Center Grinding Wheels (Pack of 10)- Up to 10x the performance of aluminum oxide wheels Dia. 7 in Thickness 1/4 in Arbor Thread - TPI or Pitch 5/8 in - 11 Abrasive Material NorZon-Zirconia/Ceramic Blend
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Remove stock from 400 series stainless and carbon steels with this Norton NorZon Plus SGZ CA Type 27 grinding wheel. A well-balanced design enables the wheel to cut aggressively without causing excess wear to your grinding machine. Measuring 1/4 inch thick, the wheel features an abrasive that combines zirconia alumina and Norton SG ceramic grain for performance up to 10 times better than
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Choosing the correct abrasive material for your surface can shorten grinding time, reduce cost and prevent premature wear. Aluminum oxide, for example, is a great all-around abrasive material, while diamond is used on specific materials like ceramic.