Centreless grinding wheel
A high performance grinding solution for a range of components, materials and sizes with an unmatched versatility.
It is a machining process that uses abrasive cutting to remove material from a work piece, which is secured between two rotary grinding wheels, and the speed of their rotation relative to each other, determines the rate at which the material is removed from the work piece. It is commonly used in the grinding of bearings, bars, taps, drills and a range of auto parts.
Reinoid and vitrified bonds for a wide price-performance range
Advanced bond systems for a high performance on different materials
Freer cutting and good component finish
Permits grinding of long work pieces that would be distorted by other methods
Less wheel wear and less grinding time required
Automotive: engine valves, fuel injection components, gear shafts, gudgeon pins, pistons etc
Bearing: Bearing rings, cylindrical rollers and needles, spherical rollers, taper rollers
Oil and Gas
Primary Metals: Steel
Cutting tools: Taps and drills