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Straight Grinding Wheels (Type 1)

Straight Grinding Wheels (Type 1)

Attach these flat abrasive wheels to a stationary grinder for sharpening, shaping, and deburring metal or stone workpieces.

General Purpose

Made with the most commonly used abrasive, these aluminum oxide abrasive grinding wheels are for general purpose use. Aluminum oxide provides a balance of toughness and strength for grinding a variety of materials.

Norton

Gamut Approved

25A

Norton

32A

Norton

38A

Norton

48A

Norton

57A

Norton

High Performance

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

Coarse Grit

Fine Grit

Medium Grit

Wheels for Hardened Steels

Keep things cool when cutting hardened and high speed tool steels. These wheels have slightly fractured white aluminum-oxide abrasive, which creates a cooling effect to prevent the workpiece and wheel from heating up and deforming or burning.

Norton

Coarse Grit

Medium Grit

Fine Grit

Very Fine Grit

Wheels for Nonferrous Metals & Tungsten Carbide

Silicon carbide abrasive grit on these wheels is sharp and fast cutting, making these wheels suitable for use with nonferrous metals and tungsten carbide.

Norton

Medium Grit

Fine Grit

Very Fine Grit

Extra Fine Grit

Gamut Approved

Medium Grit

Fine Grit

Very Fine Grit

Diamond for Carbide & Ceramics

The hard diamond abrasive on these wheels is both sharp and tough, making the wheels ideal for grinding carbide and ceramics.

Norton

Coarse Grit

Medium Grit