3/21/2017

Grinding Wheel Offers Long Tool Life

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Innovative Products of America (IPA) offers its #8150 4.5" diamond grinding wheel.

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Innovative Products of America (IPA) offers its #8150 4.5" diamond grinding wheel. The disc’s three-dimensional contour with topside abrasive coating and thin profile edge enables cutting, back cutting, gully cutting and bead finishing with one wheel.

Featuring a diamond-abrasive coating, the disc cuts fast and clean and maintains its size and shape throughout its long life, the company says. That means consistent reach and performance when dressing welds, accessing corners and more. 

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