Abrasive Grinding Wheels Suppliers
Abrasive Grinding Wheels for all specialist precision and general, purpose applications.
About Abrasive Grinding Wheels
A Abrasive Grinding Wheels is a wheel composed of an abrasive compound and used for various grinding (abrasive cutting) and abrasive machining operations. Such wheels are used in grinding machines. Grinding wheels are consumables, although the life span can vary widely depending on the use case, from less than a day to many years. As the wheel cuts, it periodically releases individual grains of abrasive, typically because they grow dull and the increased drag pulls them out of the bond. Fresh grains are exposed in this wear process, which begin the next cycle. The rate of wear in this process is usually very predictable for a given application, and is necessary for good performance.
Our Range Of Abrasive Grinding Wheels Include
- General Purpose wheels
- Internal grinding wheels
- Surface Grinding wheels (horizontal spindle/vertical spindle) URF WHLS
- Cylindrical grinding wheels
- Tool room grinding wheels
- Camshaft grinding wheels
- Centerless Grinding
- Centerless feed regulating or control wheels
- Bubble wheels
- Roll grinding wheels
- Gear grinding wheels
- Disc wheels DISC WHLS
- Crankshaft grinding wheels
- Drill sharpening wheels
- Mills stones
- Glass grinding wheels (See diamond wheels)
- Segmental wheels
- Knife grinding wheels
- Saw gumming wheels
- nagging wheels
- Value re-facer grinding wheel
- Tanning wheels
- Specialty products
Things to consider when choosing a Abrasive Grinding Wheels Abrasive Grinding Wheels
A grinding wheel consists of three basic elements: abrasive (grains), bond and pores. The type and combination of these three elements result in very different grinding wheels.
Abrasive Grinding Wheels
The grains should be as hard and tough as possible, to ensure stock removal from the workpiece. The size of the grain can vary in any of these four categories. The following generally applies: The smaller and finer the grain, the finer the surface of the workpiece will be (and vice versa). In addition, a rougher-grained grinding wheel is normally used for pre-grinding and a finer grained grinding wheel is used for finish-grinding.
The bond is necessary to hold the grains together in the wheel. It determines the hardness, strength and cutting ability of the grinding wheel.
The pores are determined by the relationship between grains and bond. They are responsible for the removal of chips and for transport of the cooling lubricant to the workpiece.
Soft grinding wheels should be used for hard materials and vice versa. The hardness of a grinding wheel is primarily determined by the bond. When hard materials are ground with soft grinding wheels the grains break out, so that new easy-cutting grains are used again.