Meacase 4 inch Diamond Cup Grinding Wheel for Concrete Masonry Granite Marble Stone for Angle Grinder with 7/8" or 5/8" Arbor 4"
Meacase 4 inch Diamond Cup Grinding Wheel for Concrete Masonry Granite Marble Stone for Angle Grinder with 7/8" or 5/8" Arbor
Why choose Meacase? Time is money, and choosing the correct diamond tool for a job can save you a lot of time. Then you can always get qualified help if something does not work as you expect. Value and quality tend to go together. However, what Meacase has to do is to allow you to obtain high-quality cutting and grinding quality at low cost. Turbo Row Diamond Cup Grinding Wheel G337100 Size: 4"x.290"x.690" Arbor: 7/8" Not threaded Segment height: .690" Thickness: .290" Application: Concrete, Masonry, Granite, Marble, Stone and Building Material Applicable models: 4" or 4.5" angle grinders with a 5/8" or 7/8" arbor Read more How to Use It Properly? 1. Please wear the personal protective equipment when start grinding. 2. Do not install a diamond cup wheel that is too loose or too tight on the flange. 3. Be sure to hold the grinding wheels properly to prevent slipping, but do not use excessive force. Never use a hammer. 4. Before installing the grinding wheel, please replace the deformed or damaged flange. Diamond tools Composition A diamond tool consists of a support blade, a wire or drill tube, together with a cutting edge that has segments or beads containing diamonds. The segments or beads consist of a mixture of diamonds and a bond, usually a metal powder, which is sintered together under high pressure and temperature. The tool’s performance is related to the quality of the diamonds and the concentration of diamonds in the segments. When used, the diamond tool forms an increasingly deeper groove in the material that is being cut. The diamonds in the surface of the segments wear down eventually, at the same time as the bond is worn away to expose new diamonds. So it is also very important that the hardness of the bond is suitable for the material to be cut. Read more How does a diamond tool work? Diamond tools do not really “cut” like a knife – they grind. During the cutting process, individual diamond crystals are exposed on the outside edge and sides of the diamond segments or rim. These exposed surface diamonds do the grinding work. The metal “matrix” locks each diamond in place. Trailing behind each exposed diamond is a “bond tail” which helps support the diamond. Exposed surface diamonds score the material, grinding it into a fine powder. Embedded diamonds remain beneath the surface. Exposed diamonds crack or fracture as they cut, breaking down into even smaller pieces. Hard, dense materials cause the diamonds to fracture even faster. The material also begins to wear away the metal matrix through abrasion. Highly abrasive materials will cause the matrix to wear faster, allowing new layers of diamond exposure to continue cutting. This continuous grinding and wearing process continues until the blade is “worn out”. Read more G337100-sl G337100 Advantage No minimum purchase requirement Faster delivery Ships from Amazon Amazon Sold by Meacase Meacase
- Universal for dry or wet grinding.
- Large grinding segments and high diamond concentration for longer life and aggressive material removal.
- This aggressive turbo row wheel offer fast and smooth grinding.
- Available for Grinding masonry, concrete, stone, granite and marble to smooth uneven surfaces and remove flashing.
- For use with 4" or 4.5" angle grinders with a 7/8" or 5/8" arbor.