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Angle Grinding Wheels (Type 27, 28, & 29)

Angle Grinding Wheels (Type 27, 28, & 29)

These depressed-center grinding wheels, also known as raised hub wheels, attach to your angle grinder for heavy stock removal, blending, and notching using the face of the wheel. They are ideal for on-site grinding and when the workpiece is too big for grinding on a bench or pedestal grinder.

General Purpose

Providing a balance of toughness and strength, these wheels are made with aluminum oxide grit for grinding a wide variety of materials.

Norton

Gamut Approved

DeWalt

Long Life

Longer lasting than general-use angle grinding wheels, these are made with hard and tough zirconia alumina abrasive, which makes them ideal for heavy material removal. They are suitable for use on metals like stainless steel.

Norton

Gamut Approved

DeWalt

Cool & Fast Grinding

Made with ceramic alumina abrasive, these wheels stay cooler and require less pressure, allowing them to stay sharper and cut hard metals faster than other wheels. They are suitable for use on stainless steel and other hard metals.

Norton

Gamut Approved

3M

Extra Long Life

Coated with the hardest abrasive grit available, these diamond-coated wheels last longer than other grinding wheels. These wheels can be used with grinding lubricants.

Gamut Approved

Aggressive Cleaning & Stripping

A combination of abrasive grit and a resin bond makes these ideal for handling the toughest jobs. These discs will aggressively remove rust, weld spatter, and other contaminants from stainless steel and other ferrous metals.

Norton

Extra Coarse Grit

Medium Grit

Fine Grit

Super Fine Grit

Very Fine Grit

See Through

Visibility holes in these wheels let the operator see the workpiece during use. Having this visibility during grinding will ensure that the appropriate areas of the workpiece are ground to the appropriate finish.

Norton

Blending

These wheels have a more flexible construction than other grinding wheels that makes them more suitable for blending, finishing, and polishing metals.

Norton

Contaminant Free for Stainless Steel

Safe for use on stainless steel, these angle grinding wheels have less than 0.1% of the contaminants, such as iron and sulfur, that often corrode or discolor stainless steel. Since there is very little of these contaminants, the wheel will not rust and transfer the rust particles to the stainless steel surface.

Norton

DeWalt

For Aluminum

Reduced fillers on the surface of these wheels means that chips and debris can fall through and off the wheel rather than build up. These wheels are less likely to clog, or load, than general use wheels when used on soft metals like aluminum.

Norton

DeWalt

For Masonry

Made with silicon carbide grit, these grinding wheels are sharper than general-use aluminum oxide wheels, allowing them to be used with tough materials such as masonry, concrete, stone, and cast iron.

Norton

Gamut Approved

DeWalt

For Ductile Iron

Also known as foundry wheels, these are made with a blend of zirconia alumina and silicon carbide abrasive with a reinforced structure. They are suitable for aggressive cutting applications on ductile iron workpieces such as scale-covered casting and gates and risers.

Norton