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CERALINE Longlife & Speed cutting disc For steel and stainless steel
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CERALINE Longlife & Speed cutting disc For steel and stainless steel

Made from high-performance ceramic abrasive grain with optimum binding system for extremely long service life, maximum cutting performance and optimum cutting properties

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  • Maximum working comfort

  • Very large safety buffer

  • Extremely low thermal load

  • Low contact pressure

  • Hardly any reworking necessary

  • Considerably less stress on the user
Notice
  • Store in a dry place at 20°C room temperature

  • Work only with appropriate protective clothing

  • Always use an appropriate protective cover when performing cutting work

  • Only use undamaged discs

  • Do not jam/tilt the discs during cutting - increased risk of breakage!

  • Ensure proper contact pressure

  • Always clamp cutting discs (straight design) with metal ring towards the power tool

  • For further information, please refer to the package insert

Complies with the most demanding safety requirements of European Standard EN 12413 and the OSA (the Organization for the Safety of Abrasives)