Cutting wheels we are supplier in Navi Mumbai & Mumbai
Metal Cutting: Cutting wheels are often used for cutting metal, including steel, iron, aluminum, and other alloys.
Masonry Cutting: Some cutting wheels are designed for cutting through masonry materials like concrete, stone, or brick.
Tile Cutting: Specialized cutting wheels may be used for cutting tiles, including ceramic and porcelain tiles.
Plastic and Wood Cutting: In addition to metals and masonry, certain cutting wheels can be suitable for cutting through plastic or wood.
Types of Cutting Wheels:
Bonded Abrasive Wheels: These are made by bonding abrasive particles together with a resin or other bonding material. They are suitable for various cutting applications.
Diamond Wheels: For cutting hard and abrasive materials like concrete or tile, diamond cutting wheels are commonly used. These wheels have diamond particles embedded in the wheel.
Wheel Thickness and Diameter:
Safety is crucial when using cutting wheels. Users should wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), including safety glasses or goggles, gloves, and hearing protection.
Follow the manufacturer's guidelines and recommendations for the specific cutting wheel being used.
Storage and Handling:
Store cutting wheels in a dry and cool environment to prevent damage or deterioration.
Inspect cutting wheels for any signs of damage or wear before use.
Apply consistent and controlled pressure while cutting.
Avoid forcing the cutting wheel through the material; let the wheel do the work.
Allow the tool to reach full speed before making a cut.
Always refer to the manufacturer's instructions and safety guidelines for both the cutting wheel and the power tool to ensure safe and effective use. Using the right type and size of cutting wheel for the specific material and application is essential for achieving clean and precise cuts.
|Is It Anodised
|Dimensions (l x b x h)
|3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 1mm, 2mm
|3x8, 4x8 ft