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Flexible Diamond Flap Wheel


Crafted with high-quality diamond grit and flexible backing, our Flexible Diamond Flap Wheel ensures fast and efficient material removal. The unique design allows for smooth and uniform grinding and polishing, making it an essential tool for professionals and DIY enthusiasts alike.

Diamond flap wheel discs are versatile, high-performance grinding tools that are ideal for a wide range of applications. They are available in various sizes, including the popular 100mm,115mm and 125mm diamond flap discs. These discs are designed to be used with angle grinders and are suitable for grinding and polishing a variety of materials, including concrete, steel, and carbide.One of the most popular types of diamond flap wheel discs is the  hybrid diamond flap discs. This discs is made with a unique combination of diamond and ceramic abrasive grains, which provides superior performance and longer life than traditional diamond flap discs. The hybrid Diamond flap wheel discs is ideal for grinding and polishing hard materials like concrete and stone.For those working with pottery, a diamond grinding and polishing disc for pottery is an essential tool. These discs are designed to be gentle on delicate materials, while still providing excellent grinding performance. They are also suitable for use on other soft materials, like glass and ceramics.When it comes to grinding and polishing concrete, a diamond grinding disc for concrete is the tool of choice. These discs are designed to be used with angle grinders and are available in a range of sizes and grits. They are ideal for preparing concrete surfaces for coatings or polishing to a high shine.For grinding and sharpening steel and carbide, a Diamond flap discs wheel for steel or carbide is the best option. These wheels are designed to be used with bench grinders and offer excellent performance and long life. They are available in a range of sizes and grits to suit different applications.Overall, diamond flap wheel discs are an essential tool for anyone working with hard materials. They offer superior performance, long life, and excellent value for money. Whether you are grinding and polishing concrete, steel, or pottery, there is a diamond flap wheel disc that is right for your needs.

For rapid sanding of all types of masonry. Great for removal of coatings, sealers and cleaning stone. 

Amazing honing speed on marble.

Aluminium body for rapid cooling and light weight.

The pattern we can supply: Dot,Arrow and wave

22.23mm 7/8" bore fits popular grinders Specifications of Diamond flap Disc Wheel

key features and benefits of diamond flap wheel discs:

1. Diamond Grit:The diamond particles on the flap wheel are extremely hard and durable, making them highly effective for grinding and polishing hard materials like metal, concrete, stone, and ceramics. #60-#100,#120-#3000 

2. Versatility: Diamond flap wheel discs can be used on a wide range of materials, making them versatile tools in various applications.

3. Consistent Abrasion: The arrangement of the flaps ensures consistent abrasion across the workpiece, resulting in uniform finishes.

4. Ease of Use: They can be easily mounted on tools like angle grinders or bench grinders, making them convenient for both handheld and stationary applications.

5. Longevity: Diamond abrasive materials are known for their long lifespan, reducing the frequency of replacement.

6. Various Grit Sizes:  These discs are available in different grit sizes, allowing users to choose the level of abrasiveness suitable for their specific task, from coarse grinding  to fine polishing.

7. Shape and Size Options:  Diamond flap wheel discs come in various shapes and sizes to suit different grinding and polishing requirements.

8. Cooler Operation:  Compared to traditional abrasive discs, diamond flap wheel discs tend to run cooler, reducing the risk of overheating the workpiece.

When using diamond flap wheel discs, it's essential to follow safety guidelines and wear appropriate protective gear, such as safety glasses and gloves, as they generate dust and can be abrasive. Additionally, always ensure that the disc you choose matches the specific requirements of your application.


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Q: How long should a flap disc last?
When used properly, a flap disc can essentially be used until the cloth is almost completely worn down to the back plate. In general, flap discs are designed for use on right-angle grinders at angles from 5 to 35 degrees.
Q: What does Type 27 mean on a flap disc?
A Type 27 flap disc is referred to as a flat disc. It is best used at a 0-15 degree angle. Type 27 is used for grinding the plane and outside corners. In the bucket program we see lots of Type 27 discs used only on the edges so the recommendation is to switch to a Type 29 disc.
Q: How to get the most out of a flap disc?
The angle depends on your fabrication and what you are grinding, however a general guide would be between 5-10 degrees from flat/level. If the angle is too flat then too many of the disc's grains will be connecting with the metal at once, causing the flap disc to wear a lot faster.
Q: What is the best type of flap disc?
Zirconia flap discs used to be the most popular choice for grinding steel and while they can still be used on steel, ceramic flap discs are a much better option. Ceramic flap discs deliver the best results compared to all other grits, plus they are longer lasting and can be used on all metals including aluminium.
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