Hard and medium-hard contact wheels

Type A8 Plastidur

HT plastidur contact wheel, with smooth tyre on aluminium core

  • for exceptional heavy duty grinding and stock removal
  • pre to normal grinding
  • wet and dry use
  • hand, automatic and robotic use

 

 

exceptional abrasiveness, oil and fat resistant

extended life compared to rubber

ideal for heavy duty grinding with coarse grit types on “J” and “X” abrasive belts

 

  • ø 50 - 500 mm
  • width 10 - 300 mm
  • hardness Shore A 65° = medium, 80° = hard, 95° = very hard
  • form 1 - 9

Type A11 Plastidur

HT plastidur contact wheel grooved tyre on aluminium core

  • for exceptional heavy duty grinding and stock removal
  • pre to normal grinding
  • wet and dry use
  • hand, automatic and robotic use

 


exceptional abrasiveness, oil and fat resistant

extended life compared to rubber

the contact-wheel has a particular high stock removal through its grooved surface and use with “X” abrasive belts of coarse to medium grits

 

  • ø 50 - 500 mm
  • width 10 - 300 mm
  • hardness Shore A 65° = medium, 80° = hard, 95° = very hard
  • form 1 - 9

Type A 66

HT rubber contact wheel smooth tyre on aluminium-core

  • pre-to normal grinding
  • also used as idler or support roll
  • dry or wet grinding
  • hand, automatic and robotic use

 


deal for heavy duty grinding with more aggressive grits on "J" and "X" abbelts

oil- and acidresistent coat

 

  • ø 50 - 500 mm
  • width 10 - 250 mm
  • hardness from 25° to 90° Shore A (very soft to very hard)
  • form 1 - 9

Type A77

HT rubber contact wheel grooved tyre on aluminium core

  • normal to heavy duty grinding
  • marked stock removal
  • can also be used as an idler or support wheel
  • wet and dry grinding
  • hand, automatic and robotic use

 

 

this contact-wheel has a particular high stock removal potential through its grooving pattern and use with “X” type abrasive belts

 

  • ø 50 - 500 mm
  • width 10 - 250 mm
  • hardness from 25° to 90° Shore A (very soft to very hard)
  • form1 - 9

     

 

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