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Grinding Discs – Standard For Metal

Reliable grinding discs, standard for metal applications, offering consistent performance and durability in grinding tasks.

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Abrasive Material: The grinding surfaces of the discs are coated with abrasive materials suitable for metal grinding. Common abrasive materials include aluminum oxide, silicon carbide, or a combination of abrasives for more specialized applications.

Disc Type: Grinding discs are typically thicker than cutting discs and are used primarily for grinding and smoothing metal surfaces. They are reinforced with fiberglass or other materials to enhance stability and safety during use.

Diameter: These discs come in various diameters, such as 4 inches, 4.5 inches, 5 inches, and larger sizes. The diameter affects the grinding area’s size and is chosen to match the size of the power tool’s arbor.

Thickness: The thickness of the grinding disc determines its durability and the amount of material it can remove during grinding. Thicker discs are suitable for heavy-duty grinding tasks, while thinner discs offer more precision.

Arbor Size: Grinding discs have a central hole (arbor hole) that fits onto the power tool’s spindle. The arbor size must match the spindle size of the angle grinder or other power tools for proper mounting.

Grit Size: Grinding discs come in various grit sizes, ranging from coarse to fine. Coarser grits (e.g., 24 or 36) are used for heavy material removal, while finer grits (e.g., 80 or 120) are used for surface preparation and finishing.

Suitable Applications: These grinding discs are specifically designed for grinding metal materials, such as steel, stainless steel, iron, aluminum, and various alloys. They are commonly used in metal fabrication, welding, construction, and maintenance applications.

Grinding Speed: Grinding discs are optimized for high grinding speeds, allowing for faster material removal and efficient surface preparation.

Safety Features: Standard For Metal grinding discs are designed with safety in mind, including reinforced construction to reduce the risk of breakage or shattering during use.

Compatibility: Ensure the grinding disc is compatible with your power tool’s specifications and that it meets safety standards and regulations.

Additional information

Weight 20 kg
Dimensions 20 × 20 × 20 cm





2 Years