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10/24/2016

Grinding Brush’s Tough Grain Speeds Cutting Action

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Tanis offers its Ceramix wheel bench grinders with advanced grain technology and good performance on curves for burr removal, cleaning and surface blending.

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Tanis offers its Ceramix wheel bench grinders with advanced grain technology and good performance on curves for burr removal, cleaning and surface blending. The abrasive nylon brushes are made with a metal hub construction that offers consistent finishing action and safer performance. A less dense filament structure allows the wheel brush to conform to irregular surfaces and difficult curves. The brushes use a tough grain with advanced cutting action that works up to five times faster than traditional abrasives, the company says.  

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