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Norton Grinding Wheels Offer Long Life and Consistency

Norton Stellar grinding wheels for double and single disc grinding are suitable for automotive, bearing, tool manufacturing, compressors, knife blades and job shop/ general machining.

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Norton Disc Grinding Wheels

 

Saint-Gobain Abrasives’ Norton Stellar inserted-nut grinding wheels for double and single disc grinding offer improved wheel life, increased parts per wheel and lower cost per part, according to the company.  The wheels are suitable for a range of industries including automotive, bearing, tool manufacturing, compressors, knife blades and job shop/ general machining.

Wheels are available in Norton's range of grains and bonds, are made-to-order to fit exact customer requirements and are available in diameters from 8" through 42" and in grit ranges from 16 through 220.

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