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Premium aluminum oxide grain with durable resin bond and web that wears away continually exposing fresh abrasives.
It is a common abrasive used in the polishing treatment of workpiece surface polishing. It can be applied to grinding and polishing the surface of workpieces of various materials and has a good polishing effect.
Max. RPM:7000~19000 RPMA
Other Raw Materials: Silicon Carbide(SC)
Grit Size (Aluminum Oxide): Coarse-60#/80#, Medium-100#/120#, Fine-150#/180#, Very Fine-240#/320#, Ultra Fine-400#/600#, Micro Fine-800#/1000#
Other non-ferrous metals
Nickel-based alloys (e. g. Inconel and Hastelloy)
Hard non-ferrous metal
Soft non-ferrous metal
Stainless steel (INOX)
Fiber-reinforced duroplastics (GRP, CRP)
Hardened, heat-treated steels over 1,200 N/mm2 (over 38 HRC)
Steel, cast steel
Structuring (matt finishing, brush matting, and satin finishing)
Fine grinding in multiple steps
Please try to choose an operation indoor environment and wear protective guards and goggles.
Never exceed the recommended maximum permitted rotational speed for safety reasons.
In order to have a good stock removal rate, quality of surface, and thermal loading on the workpiece, the best performance would be with a recommended cutting speed of 15-20m/s.
Don't push and increase the pressure during the processing to achieve a finner surface looking, but try to switch to different grit flap wheels.
The clamping length between shank and grinders should be more than 15mm.
Never exceed the maximum safe speed when the shank is extra long. Try to consult your sales to check the safety rotating speed before use.
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