- 3M™ Ceramic Abrasive Grain cuts fast and requires less pressure to be effective
- Cuts cool to reduce likelihood of metal discoloration/oxidation
- Specially formulated to be used on stainless and mild steel
- Thin-width wheels quickly cut metal, enhancing throughput and productivity
- Available in both Type 1 and Type 27, so operators can choose the right wheel for their cutting application
For the ideal combination of value and performance, choose the 3M™ High Performance Cut-Off Wheel. It features ceramic abrasive grain for fast cut and long life and is great for metal cutting applications: pipe cutting, flash removal, rod cutting and gate removal.
Cut Fast, Cut Cool
The 3M™ High Performance Cut-Off Wheel features 3M™ Ceramic Abrasive Grain for high quality, fast cut and increased productivity and throughput. The specially-formulated ceramic grain cuts cool, which makes it a good match for heat-sensitive metals like stainless and mild steel.
Type 1 vs. Type 27 Cut-Off Wheels
3M™ High Performance Cut-Off Wheels are available in a few variations, including Type 1 wheels and Type 27 wheels. Type 1 wheels are straight wheels, whereas Type 27 wheels have a depressed center. When used with abrasive tools and grinding guards, the Type 1 grinding guard has a closed face and the Type 27 grinding guard has an open face. Moreover, the Type 27 wheel is available with a Quick Change attachment system, which makes for easy swapping of discs during a sequence. Type 1 wheels are typically used vertically; an example would be cutting table edges. Conversely, Type 27 wheels are often used horizontally for flush-cut applications.
A Versatile Wheel
Applicable in many industries, 3M™ High Performance Cut-Off Wheels are used on turbine engines, metal implants, plumbing fixtures, builders hardware, medical instruments and metal fabricated parts. For optimal performance, 3M recommend using these wheels with 3M™ Cut-Off Wheel Tools (sold separately). Given their thin widths, 3M™ High Performance Cut-Off Wheels cut quickly. Less material slicing through the substrate equates to a faster cut, so it's a good choice when rapid cutting action is desirable.