Industrial Cut Off Wheel Range

Selecting the right cut-off wheel is important to ensure samples are not burned or distorted and can also save time and money. The most commonly used abrasive cut off wheels are Silicon Carbide (for non-ferrous metals) and Aluminium Oxide (for ferrous metals) Hard wheels are used for cutting soft materials while soft wheels are recommended for cutting harder materials.

industrial cut off wheel range

Diameter (mm) Arbor (mm) Thickness (mm) Abrasive Type Recommended for cutting Hardness Code
250 32 1.6 Aluminium Oxide Low carbon, mild and extra mild steels, Treated steels with medium cross sections Case hardened steels 20-30 Rc
100-350 HV
590100
300 32 2.5 Aluminium Oxide 590101
350 32 2.5 Aluminium Oxide 590102
250 32 1.6 Aluminium Oxide Treated steels, Stainless steel, Refractory steels, Alloyed Cast Iron 40-55 Rc
300-600 HV
590103
300 32 2.5 Aluminium Oxide 590104
350 32 2.5 Aluminium Oxide 590105
250 32 1.6 Aluminium Oxide Nickel based super alloys, Carburised steels, Treated steels with fragile coatings, Hardened high carbon steels 40-65 Rc
300-600 HV
590106
300 32 2.5 Aluminium Oxide 590107
350 32 2.5 Aluminium Oxide 590108
250 32 1.8 Silicon Carbide Non Ferrous materials, Aluminium & Aluminium alloys, Copper & copper alloys White, Grey and Spheroidal Cast Irons 30-350 HV *
300 32 2 Silicon Carbide *
350 32 2.5 Silicon Carbide *