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Genuine ARROW® Discs has an excellent abrasive cut off wheel designed for delivering the highest metal cutting production at an affordable price.

We offer high performance abrasive solutions that can maximize productivity in virtually all industrial applications.  Abrasive discs include metal cutting discs, metal grinding discs, flap discs, stone cutting & grinding discs and multi-purpose diamond blades.

Wheel Grades:

The grade indicates the relative holding power of the bond, which holds abrasive grains in a wheel.  This is represented in the specification by letters running through the alphabet from hardest to softest.  The following rules should be followed with regard to grade:

Use Soft Grade:

  • For hard material such as hard tool steels & carbides
  • For large areas of contact
  • For rapid stock removal

Use Hard Grade:

  • For soft materials
  • For small or narrow areas on contact
  • For longer wheel life
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Arrow® Diamond Cutting Blades – Segmented

Multi-Purpose

TTD$ 55.69TTD$ 121.28

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Sizes/Types:

4 1/2" x 7/8" Segmented (115 x 22mm bore) MAX speed: 13,300 RPM 80m/s, 7" x 7/8" Segmented (180 x 22mm bore) MAX speed: 8,500 RPM 80m/s

Genuine ARROW® Discs has an excellent abrasive cut off wheel designed for delivering the highest metal cutting production at an affordable price.

We offer high performance abrasive solutions that can maximize productivity in virtually all industrial applications.  Abrasive discs include metal cutting discs, metal grinding discs, flap discs, stone cutting & grinding discs and multi-purpose diamond blades.

Wheel Grades:

The grade indicates the relative holding power of the bond, which holds abrasive grains in a wheel.  This is represented in the specification by letters running through the alphabet from hardest to softest.  The following rules should be followed with regard to grade:

Use Soft Grade:

  • For hard material such as hard tool steels & carbides
  • For large areas of contact
  • For rapid stock removal

Use Hard Grade:

  • For soft materials
  • For small or narrow areas on contact
  • For longer wheel life
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