Grinding Tools literature

Hard metals like stainless steel, high-alloy steels, titanium, nickel-based alloys and rolling scale with extremely hard surfaces are known to be the most difficult to grind and finish, but the broad range of PFERD ceramic tools described in the company’s new 8-page color brochure is designed to make such high performance machining tasks easier.

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Hard metals like stainless steel, high-alloy steels, titanium, nickel-based alloys and rolling scale with extremely hard surfaces are known to be the most difficult to grind and finish, but the broad range of PFERD ceramic tools described in the company’s new 8-page color brochure is designed to make such high performance machining tasks easier. This range includes tools with both the PFERD CO (Ceramic Oxide) and CO-COOL (top-sized) types of ceramic grain which are specially formulated with effective additives to give particularly cool grinding and unsurpassed stock removal on hard metals with poor thermal conductivity. The brochure covers belts, flap wheels, and the company’s line of fiber discs and mini discs totaling more than 275 individual ceramic tools.

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