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Synthetic corundum sanding tip

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Synthetic corundum sanding tip

Professional tool made from synthetic corundum in synthetic resin bond for processing stainless steels (e.g. V2A, V4A). Also suitable for use on alloyed and tempered steels, tool steels, hard non-ferrous metals (e.g. aluminium, magnesium and copper alloys) and bronze.

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  • Precise concentricity ensures low-vibration sanding.

  • Especially suited to use on temperature-sensitive materials thanks to cool sanding action.

Wear appropriate protective equipment when using the sanding tip, such as eye protection, hearing protection, a dust mask and protective gloves. Please note the recommended rotation speed (n) and cutting speed (Vc) for the material being processed as well as the tool/material assignments in the overview tables. When using the drive spindle extensions, the specified rotation speeds and cutting speeds must be significantly reduced to prevent the shaft from bending. This is a matter of safety. Before using the sanding tip, please ensure that the tip rotates properly and that the clamping function on the tool drive works correctly. Regardless of the length of the shaft on the tool, the clamping length must be at least 10 mm.

To use sanding tools safely, please note the following information:

  • The sanding tips are approved for a maximum peripheral speed of 50 m/s. The maximum permitted rotation speeds for various shaft lengths and diameters are specified in DIN 69170, which is based on EN 12413. Each packaging unit comes with an accompanying sheet that specifies the maximum permitted rotation speeds of the tool. This must be strictly observed in order to prevent the shaft from bending during use.

  • The tools are fragile and must therefore be handled and transported with care. The tools must be stored in such a way that prevents them from being exposed to mechanical loads and harmful environmental influences.

  • Do not use damaged or broken sanding tips.

  • When using sanding tools, please observe the FEPA safety recommendations. Download: http://www.fepa-abrasives.org