Pneumatic Die Grinder Provides High-Efficiency Surface Finishing
The Norton Pneumatic Die Grinder from Norton | Saint-Gobain Abrasives features a free speed of 25,000 rpm, designed for quick deburring, light to medium surface cleaning and finishing.
The Norton Pneumatic Die Grinder from Norton | Saint-Gobain. Abrasives features a free speed of 25,000 rpm, designed for quick deburring, light to medium surface cleaning and finishing. According to the company, it enhances the performance of a number of abrasive products, including mounted points, flap wheels, traditional specialties such as cartridge rolls, and Norton Carbide Burrs.
The grinder’s double-bearing spindle provides for reduced vibrations, resulting in longer tool life and finer finishes. Precision is as simple as adjusting the speed regulator, the company says, giving the operator complete control of the surface finish. An ergonomic and streamlined non-slip grip achieves better tool handling, increased comfort and reduced grinding fatigue. The grinder also is small and lightweight for additional control, able to get into small part features.
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