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9/20/2016

Grinding Wheels Feature Unique Combination of Fillers, Bonding Agents

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Norton Saint-Gobain showcases the Norton Quantum3 (NQ3) featuring a tougher bond system with a unique combination of fillers and bonding agents.

Norton Saint-Gobain showcases the Norton Quantum3 (NQ3) featuring a tougher bond system with a unique combination of fillers and bonding agents. The NQ3 provides faster grinding for more metal removal and longer wheel life. NQ3 wheels are constructed using engineered iron, sulfur and chlorine-free resin technology to provide a uniform abrasive distribution throughout the wheel. The bond was designed for retaining the grains long enough during and after grain fractures. Wheels are offered in 12 Type-27 all-purpose grinding application SKUs, one Type-28 all-purpose and two Type-27 SKU’s for foundry applications.

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