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Bond. Vitrified Bond.

New vitrified bond technology features proprietary chemistry to achieve higher performance as well as extended wheel life for today’s advanced grinding machines.

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Norton Abrasives has developed a new vitrified bond technology that features proprietary chemistry to achieve higher performance as well as extended wheel life for latest advanced grinding machines. The technology is said to offers three key advantages: cooler cutting conditions, considerable wheel form and corner holding, and faster wheel speeds.

The key lies in grain-adhesion chemistry, whereby less bond material is needed to provide the abrasive grain holding force. Learn more.

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