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GRINDING WHEELS OUTPERFORM THE COMPETITION

04-11-2019
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According to Tyrolit, worldwide testing has shown that its Cerabond X grinding wheel has proved to be the most aggressive wheel of its kind on the market. Designed for deburring, notching and surface grinding, of steel and stainless steel, the wheel has seen particular success in the steel construction industry, shipyards and foundries.

Key to the performance is a novel bonding system used in the Cerabond X. This binds the grain in a way that allows never-before-seen grinding speeds.

“Tyrolit is 100 years old and we’ve been perfecting our bonding technology since the very beginning. There are many grinding wheels with sintered aluminium oxide grain on the market, but none perform as well as Cerabond X, because no one is able to bond the grain in the same way as we do,” says Wolfgang Gruendler, Product Manager at Tyrolit.

At a steel fabrication company in the Canadian province of British Columbia, Cerabond X outperformed its main North American competitor by a notable 85% in G-ratio. (The G-ratio is the ratio of the volume of material removed per unit to the volume of wheel wear.)

Cerabond X is available in dimensions ranging from 115 to 230mm and in widths of 4 and 7mm.

Tyrolit Australia
02 9316 6600
www.tyrolit-construction.com.au

 

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