PFERD'S next generation zirconia flap discsClick image to enlarge

PFERD's new Polifan Z SG-Power zicronia flap disc increases tool life by up to 236 per cent over conventional flap discs, says the company.

The flap disc maintains consistent performance throughout the entire life of the tool yielding maximum economic value for the user, says PFERD.

This high performance, zirconia alumina abrasive handles demanding grinding work, delivering optimum stock removal on high powered angle grinders at higher contact pressures.

It is available in grit sizes 40 and 60 in a Type 29 (conical) shape. Manufactured without the addition of fillers, the new flap disc is rated for use on stainless steel (INOX) and steel. It excels in work on weld seams, chamfering, surface grinding steel, and more.

PFERD adds that the flap disc allows users to reduce vibration, noise and dust levels. 

In addition, the new flap discs provide for long, fatigue-free and resource-saving work, with excellent results in the shortest possible time.

Polifan Z SG-POWER flap discs are available in conical, (Type 29) shape, 41/2, 5 and 7 in. diameters with either 5/8-11 threaded or 7/8 in. plain arbor hole.

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