As an experienced welder, manufacturer and metal processing plant, you will know that you should pay more attention to newly welded joints just after removing the molten material droplets (often called “weld splashes”).
In the post-treatment process, the following abrasive wheel product lines are usually available:
Non-woven abrasive disc – a 3D composed of reticulated synthetic fibers
Coated abrasive disc – proposed overlap bonding to a central hub of abrasive material
Coated Abrasive Fiber Dish – A Common Method for Grinding Metals When Resilience Is Needed
Cutting and abrasive wheel – for heavy cutting and cutting of ferrous and non-ferrous materials
However, which abrasive wheel product line should you choose to eliminate weld spatter?
Removing the weld spatter does not have to be a laborious process. Non-woven abrasive wheels work well in cleaning up annoying mess! Composed of fibrous nylon material, resin binder and high quality ceramic abrasive – the combination of grain and fiber provides a seamless cutting process. It is important that the abrasive wheels adhere easily to the points of contact, creating a pleasant smooth cutting experience (yes, pleasing!).
Abrasive wheels are also excellent for handling hard-to-reach welds and applications that require a decorative surface finish.
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