Resin Bonded Abrasive Wheels - How a Grinding Wheel is Made: Grains
The four main types of abrasive grains used in resin Bonded wheels are

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Aluminum Oxide
  • Tough, blocky, wedges shaped grain.
  • Performs well on carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum.
  • Extremely hard and sharp, but fractures more easily than aluminum oxide.
  • Performs well on Cast Iron, Nonferrous Metals (Aluminum) and Non-Metalic materials including Concrete, brick, marble and glass.
Zirconia Alumina
  • Very tough, sharp, and dense.
  • Lends itself to higher temperatures and heavier pressures present in high-stock removal applications.

  • Sharp microsrystalline grain-cuts aggressively under light to moderate pressure.
  • Its quick cutting capability makes it suitable for grinding stainless steel, titanium and high-nickel alloys.

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Wear Gloves
Wear a mask
Wear eye protection
Wear protective clothing
Wear ear protection
Observe the instructions
Only permitted for wet grinding
Not permitted for side grinding
Not permitted for wet grinding
Off-hand and hand- guided grinding not permitted
Do not use damaged wheels
Free from Fe, S, Cl


Dry core drill
Angle grinder with brush
Pneumatic angle grinder
Stationary cutting machine
Wet core drill
Angle grinder
Petrol cutting saw
Table saw
Belt grinder
Joint cutter
Mini belt grinder
Burnishing machine
Floorstand grinder
Dual action sander
Hand-guided grinding
Angle grinder with cup wheel
Portable belt grinder
Straight grinder