Press Release Summary:
Available in 4Â½, 5, and 7 in. sizes, Abrasive Flap Discs are made from aluminum oxide discs with zirconia abrasive grain bonded to cloth backing material. They come in flat, extra thick, and conical configurations, and provide grinding and finishing in one operation. Fiberglass backing pad is flexible, providing optimal control for even disc wear.
Original Press Release:
Milwaukee Launches New Line of Flap Disc Abrasives
New Line of 4-1/2" to 7" Discs Provide Longer Life
Milwaukee introduces a new line of Flap Discs for grinding and finishing metals. The discs are made with high performance zirconia grain which provides longer life than standard zirconia and aluminum oxide discs, grind cooler and last up to 15% longer than fiber discs. The discs are available in flat and conical design configurations, Type 27 (Flat), Type 27 (Extra Thick) and Type 29 (conical), and are available in 4-1/2", 5" and 7" sizes providing flexibility for work on either flat or irregular surfaces.
The Milwaukee Flap Discs provide the versatility of grinding and finishing in one operation, eliminating the need for the use of a grinding wheel followed by a fiber disc for finishing, saving both time and money. They use a high-performance zirconia abrasive grain, which is bonded to a durable, high quality cloth backing material for maximum life. The fiberglass backing pad is flexible and provides the user with more control resulting in even disc wear.
For more information on Milwaukee's new Flap Discs, contact Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation, 13135 West Lisbon Road, Brookfield, WI 53005; toll free 1-800-SAWDUST (729-3878) or visit the company's website at www.milwaukeetool.com.
Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation, a Brookfield, Wisconsin-based subsidiary of Techtronic Industries Co. Ltd. (TTI) (HKEx stock code: 669, ADR symbol: TTNDY) is an industry leading manufacturer and marketer of professional and industrial heavy-duty portable corded and cordless tools and accessories. More information is available on the company's website: www.milwaukeetool.com.