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Ceramic C-PRIME discs shown in roll-on and turn-on styles: both are used for finishing, grinding, deburring and blending applications.

Quick-Change Discs for Higher MRR

Ceramic-grain improvements provide higher metal removal rates at faster cutting speeds, with lower grinding temperatures and less friction

WELDCOTE is offering new lines of Quick-Change, Roll-On, and Turn-On ceramic C-PRIME discs for applications on steel, stainless steel, ferrous and nonferrous metals. Used for finishing, grinding, deburring, and blending applications, these, discs are manufactured of an improved ceramic-grain structure that is available in seven grits, ranging from 24 to 120, in its two-inch size disc; and six grits ranging, from 24 to 120, in its three-inch size disc.

The Quick-Change and Turn-On, ceramic C-Prime discs are available in six grits, ranging from 36 to 120, in its two-inch size disc; and three grits, ranging from 36 to 80, in its three-inch size disc.

Using an improved manufacturing technology, Weldcote developed a proprietary ceramic abrasive grain with a finer crystallized structure that offers longer life, more aggressive grains, and improved self-sharpening features when compared to traditional ceramic products.

The ceramic-grain improvements provide higher metal removal rates at faster cutting speeds with lower grinding temperatures and less friction.

“Our new Quick-Change ceramic discs provide users with longer life and a higher rate of material removal,” said Joe O’Mera, CEO of Weldcote. “The coated discs, which can be quickly and conveniently changed out, are constructed entirely in the U.S. with a proprietary new material that provides more aggressive performance.”

The new Weldcote Quick-Change, Coated, Roll-On, and Turn-On ceramic discs eliminate the need for installation tools due to their twist-on-and-off attaching systems, which allows for rapid disc change and maximizes productivity by minimizing downtime.

The line is entirely made in the U.S., from design and lamination, to its die-cut and spin-weld processes.
Learn more at www.weldcotemetals.com

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