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      Article no.: 591106

      Precision surface grinding wheel D×W×H (mm)

      Brand: Tyrolit
      Grinding process Surface grinding
      Grinding medium code A
      Shape 1

      Precision surface grinding wheel D×W×H (mm)

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      Unit price
      $ 38.18
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      Description

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      High performance surface grinding wheels with high-porosity bonding system for reduced thermal loading and minimal dressing diamond wear.
      • Universally applicable for reciprocating grinding processes, which significantly reduces the frequency of wheel changes in daily operation.
      • Can be used on all commercially available grinding machines for mould and die making and machine tool building e.g. Jung, ABA, Blohm, Elb, Mägerle, Ziersch&Baltrusch, Geibel&Hotz, Jones&Shipman.
      • Cooling with emulsion is necessary, ensure good lubrication, especially on long-chipping materials.

      Special Aluminium Oxide for grinding high-alloy hardened steels, case-hardened and tool steels, Stellite and chilled cast iron. Especially for hard materials, because of better penetration into the material, the specification of 80 grit achieves optimum results.

      Specification:

      97A801H8AV237-steel high alloyed.

      Note:

      Profile surface grinding wheels available on request.

      Technical Data

      Grinding medium code
      Disc thickness T
      20 mm
      Shape
      Grinding process
      Surface grinding 
      Specification
      97A801H8AV237-steel high alloyed 
      Grinding media
      Special aluminium oxide 
      Disc ⌀ D
      200 mm
      Bore ⌀ H
      51 mm

      Application Table

      Steel < 900 N/mm²
       
      Steel < 1400 N/mm²
       
      Steel < 55 HRC
       
      Steel < 60 HRC
       
      Steel < 67 HRC
       
      INOX
       
      Ti
       
      GG(G)
       
      Uni
       
      wet maximum