Fiber discs are one of the most popular forms of abrasive grinding and finishing products. When used properly, they can do just about any grinding application that wheels can do — it all comes down to using the right disc for your application.
Thin cutting wheels have made the job of the welder, fabricator and maintenance technician easier by providing them with a quick and simple way to cut a piece of metal without the need for other bulky equipment (torches, large saws, etc.). Yet the most common mistake we see is that users often choose the incorrect wheel for the job.
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Flap discs and flap wheels come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and knowing which is right can make it tricky to determine the right product for your application.
Many different companies boast about the performance of their grinding wheels, but often can’t back it up. Of course, as a consumer, it’s hard to know which wheels you should trust.
It goes without saying that you don’t expect to load a brand-new cutting or grinding wheel only to have it give out after using it a handful of times. And you definitely don’t expect one to blow up in your face.
When it comes to our selection of abrasives and accessories, there’s no shortage of options. And while it’s good to have these options for the many different jobs our customers encounter, searching through the various product categories and variations in size and specification can be a headache if you don’t already know what you need.
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