Grinding Wheel Cutting Disc for Cast Iron Is Designed By Single Layer Vacuum Brazed Technology.The Life Is About 30 Times of Traditional Resin Tools.
Iron Grinding Wheel. More durable than aluminum oxide, zirconia alumina is best for medium- to heavy-material removal. The material grains constantly fracture to produce new sharp edges. Commonly used on carbon steels, aerospace alloys, nickel alloys,
Strip away blemishes from fiberglass, plastic, wood and metal with the 4 in. Quick-Strip Disc from Avanti Pro. This non-woven grinding wheel efficiently cleans, loosens and whisks away surface material including corrosion, rust, epoxy, paint and scale.
Eco Brazing (EB) diamond grinding discs are a better choice than resinoid for use in some hazardous environments. High-tensile steel backing disc reduces plate thickness for a lightweight wheel that allows for high-rotation grinding High yield strength makes the steel backing disc elastic, helping to ensure that operators do not grind the material by over-removal.
PFERD has taken grinding to another level with the CC Grind STRONG disc. The perfect wheel for any workshop or tradesperson. Safer to use, less noise, less dust, less vibration and much more stock
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Applications for Metalworking Discs. So 3M offers metal grinding and finishing discs to cover almost every step of the metalworking process. We have innovative designs of discs for grinding, deburring, finishing, polishing and surface preparation on any metal substrate. So get the disc you need to fit your work and budget with 3M abrasives.
Ideal for use when working in hard to reach areas. Premium aluminum oxide blend a superior quality formulation designed for fast material removal and long cutting life. For use on metal applications steel, stainless, cast iron, sheet metal. Diameter: 4-1/2 in. Thickness: 1/4 in. Arbor: 7/8 in. Type 27 depressed center. Ideal for grinding.
Bonded abrasives, such as those in grinding wheels, are made up of grains that are held together by a fixative material. Coated abrasives, such as used in belt, disc, roll, sheet, and flap-wheel products, consist of abrasive grains that are built onto a cloth or paper backing.