- Minimum Order Quantity
- 1 Piece
- 1300 INR/Piece
|Grit||14 - 24 - 36 -50 - 60|
|Hole Size||22.2 mm|
Carbide is the name of a sintered metal (tungsten) - an extremely hard metal having approx. 98 parcentage of the hardness of an industrial diamond. The abrasive consists of grains of carbide of a particular size depending on the purpose which are welded onto a steel base.
These small metallic grains are the abrasive medium, making carbide extremely durable compared to sandpaper. Carbide sanding and grinding tools lasts up to 150 times longer. Carbide coatings sharpness and other unique properties prevent material from building up on the sanding and grinding tools. The tools can be used for industrial purposes, as well as for fine finishing jobs. If material build-up does occur, it is easily removed using a metal brush or a cleaning solvent. Carbide/tungsten coated sanding tools are extremely long-lasting, and can be used for sanding and the surface treatment of a wide range of materials. Carbides long life and effective sanding qualities saves time and improve results. Tungsten carbide Disc can be used on a variety of material as under-Wet or D
Q: What is a flap disc?
A: flap disc is an abrasive tool used for grinding, blending, and finishing metal, wood, and other materials. It consists of a circular abrasive flap made of sandpaper or other abrasive material, which is attached to a backing plate made of fiberglass, plastic, or metal.
Q: What are flap discs used for?
A: Flap discs are used for a variety of applications, including grinding, blending, and finishing metal, wood, and other materials. They are often used in metal fabrication, welding, and construction, as well as in the automotive and aerospace industries.
Q: What are the different types of flap discs?
A: Different types of flap discs:
- Type 27 flap discs.
- Type 29 flap discs.
- High-density flap discs.
- Ceramic flap discs.
- Zirconia flap discs.
Q: How do I use a flap disc?
A: To use a flap disc, attach it to your angle grinder or other power tool, making sure to follow the manufacturers instructions. Hold the tool with both hands and use a light, even pressure to grind or finish the material. Move the tool in a back-and-forth or circular motion to ensure even coverage and avoid creating grooves or scratches. Always wear protective gear, including gloves, eye protection, and a dust mask, when using flap discs or other abrasive tools.
- Supply Ability
- 1 Piece Per Week
- Delivery Time
- 1 Week