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4/30/2004

Abrasive Wheels

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This line of cotton fiber TI abrasive wheels features fiberglass reinforcement to permit high speed operation in die grinders.

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This line of cotton fiber TI abrasive wheels features fiberglass reinforcement to permit high speed operation in die grinders. The Abrasive wheels are made from non-woven cotton fabric with aluminum oxide abrasives (silicon carbide optional) that are laminated, pressed, and bonded together with fiberglass reinforcement. Designed for high-speed die grinders, they are offered with a soft bond for light deburring and finishing and a hard bond for deburring with long life.


 

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