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Ceramic abrasive grain flap wheel
Ideal for grinding in tight spaces and for decorating surfaces.
- Material of abrasive medium: Ceramic grain
- Material to be processed: Stainless steel, Hardened steel, Cast metal, Higher strength steel, Zinc, Injection-moulded zinc
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Producing decorative surfaces
With ceramic abrasive grain, it is possible to produce a striking grinding finish.
High material removal rate and minimal depth of roughness with long service life
Ceramic abrasive flaps ensure optimal end results
Ideal in confined spaces
Easily resettable synthetic resin core for best results in confined spaces without damaging work piece being machined.
Flap wheels achieve optimal performance at a recommended cutting speed of 15–20 m/s. An ideal compromise between the removal rate, surface quality and temperature load of the work piece and the service life of the flap wheel. The maximum permissible rotation speed (min-1) must never be exceeded for safety reasons. Flexible shafts, electric and pneumatic straight grinders can be used as tool drives.
Service life and heat development:
The low contact pressure and circumferential speed increase the service life of the flap wheel and minimise the temperate load on the work piece.
Increasing the removal rate should be achieved by switching to a rougher grain rather than increasing the contact pressure.
High cutting speeds with low contact pressure produce fine roughness. Increasing the contact pressure with low cutting speed increases the depth of roughness. The softer the material to be machined, the greater the depth of roughness (when using the same grain size).
- Especially suited to processing stainless steel, alloyed and unalloyed steel, structural steel, tool steel, soft non-ferrous metals, plastics and wood.
- Removal of rolling, grinding work on radii in tool and mould making, machining of small and difficult-to-access surfaces in instrument and container construction, machining of fittings produced from non-ferrous and light metals, grinding of turbine blades in motor construction and repairs, grinding of edges and surfaces, dressing and smoothing, deburring and for machining weld seams
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