Grinding wheel is an indispensable industrial product for industrial grinding. Depending on the grinding material, bond material and grinding wheel manufacturing process. Every grinding wheel has its scope of application. Improper selection will directly affect the efficiency of the plant. How to choose a good grinding wheel? Today, I’m going to put together some tips to share with you.

Abrasive selection

The most commonly used abrasives are brown corundum and white corundum. This is followed by black silicon carbide and green silicon carbide. The rest are auxiliary materials. A good grinding disc is very clean in color without any noise. Like a work of art, very beautiful.

Choice of granularity

High productivity when grinding with coarse-grained grinding discs. But the workpiece surface is rough. When grinding with a fine-grained wheel. The surface roughness of the workpiece is better, but the productivity is lower. On the premise of meeting the roughness requirements. Coarse-grained grinding discs should be used as far as possible to ensure high grinding efficiency. In general, coarse grinding discs are used for rough grinding, and fine grinding discs are used for fine grinding.

Choice of hardness

When grinding soft materials, you should choose a hard grinding disc, and when grinding hard materials, you should choose a soft grinding disc. When grinding soft and tough non-ferrous metals, the hardness should be softer.

Binder selection

Ceramic binder is an inorganic binder with stable chemical properties. Good heat resistance, good corrosion resistance and large porosity. The grinding disc made with the binder has high grinding efficiency and small wear. It can better maintain the geometry of the grinding disc and has the widest range of applications.

Packaging options

The complex packaging and printing of anti-counterfeiting barcodes is the difference between genuine and fake. The packaging of the grinding wheel sheet is to put a desiccant to prevent the grinding wheel from getting wet. Vacuum packaging is to deny contact with air.