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5/1/2016

Norton Grinding Wheels Deliver Uniform Abrasive Distribution

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These wheels are designed with iron-, sulfur- and chlorine-free resin technology to provide uniform abrasive distribution, faster grinding and longer wheel life.

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Saint-Gobain | Norton, Quantum3 grinding wheels

 

Saint-Gobain Abrasives’ Norton Quantum3 depressed center grinding wheels are made with a proprietary grain and bond system containing a combination of fillers and bonding agents to enable increased mix quality. These wheels are designed with iron, sulfur and chlorine-free resin technology to provide uniform abrasive distribution, faster grinding and longer wheel life while increasing grinding output. The resin was designed to retain grains long enough during and after grain fractures. These wheels are available in sizes ranging from 4" × ¼" × ⅜", to 9" × ¼" to ⅞". 

 

For more information, visit nortonindustrial.com.

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