The Kronenflex grinding disc A 624 T Supra is the ideal complement to an angle grinder whenever a job requires surface processing on steel, stainless steel and castings. It is distinguished by
Its aggressive abrasive performance is responsible for the high removal rate it is sure to deliver The harder and tougher an abrasive, the higher the stock removal - even on particularly tough workpieces. Since it is very hard, the Kronenflex grinding disc is an excellent choice for workpieces made of steel, stainless steel and cast iron.
The service life of abrasives is a key factor for a variety of reasons. The longer an abrasive tool can be used without wear, the lower the expenditure associated with purchasing new work equipment. Another advantage is the reduced amount of waste. The foremost advantage of a long service life lies in a streamlined workflow that rarely needs to be interrupted for a tool change. The service life of grinding discs depends on the quality and type of the grain used as well as on the density of the grain. Other factors with an impact on the service life of a grinding disc are the composition and the structure of the bond. The grinding disc A 624 T Supra is composed of a special mixture of materials that provides for an optimum ratio of wear to stock removal during work across a variety of materials. The result is outstanding service life combined with a consistently high removal rates.
To prevent accidents and material damage, the safety of abrasive tools must be given absolute priority. Grinding discs must not burst or break during use. To ensure their safety, Kronenflex grinding discs are tested in accordance with oSa guidelines and bear the trade name of the oSa. The organization for the safety of abrasive sets high safety standards for the production of abrasives. The grinding discs A 624 T Supra also comply with the requirements of European safety standard EN 12413.