Walter Surface Technologies Zip StainlessClick image to enlarge

Walter Surface Technologies has launched its new Zip Stainless thin cut-off wheel.

The Zip Stainless offers 40 per cent more cuts and better performance than its predecessor.
The improved Zip Stainless is free of iron, sulfur, and chlorine, and is guaranteed not to contaminate stainless steel or other nickel alloyed steels.
“This is a game-changer for the stainless steel industry,” says Marc Brunet-Gagné, product manager, Bonded Abrasives, at Walter Surface Technologies. “Walter is considered the benchmark for thin cut-off wheels and the new Zip Stainless is no exception. The increased cuts per wheel save our customers’ time, as well as operational and labour costs.”
The Zip Stainless comes in Walter’s exclusive protective packaging designed to preserve the wheel’s physical properties until ready for use so that performance and safety are kept to the highest standards possible.
Designed with a new and improved bond matrix which significantly improves the life of the cutting disc. The Zip Stainless offers cool, free cuts and the best overall performance on stainless steel and nickel alloyed steel. Type 27 allows more clearance for flush cutting and its metal hub cladding delivers extra strength, control, and safety when operators need it most.

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