4-1/2" Tiger Ceramic Abrasive Flap Disc, Angled (TY29), Trimmable Backing, 40C, 7/8" Arbor Hole

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  • Application: Finishing, Grinding
  • Material Application: Aluminum, Armored Steel, High-Nickel Alloys, Inconel, Stainless Steel, Steel, Titanium, Tool Steel
  • Compatible Tool: Right Angle Grinder
  • Performance Tier: Max Performance
  • Grit: 40
  • Grain Type: Ceramic
  • Flap Density: Standard Density
  • Maximum RPM: 13000
  • Backing Plate Material: Composite
  • Brand: Weiler Tiger Ceramic
  • Industry: Automotive, Fabrication, Food & Pharma, Shipbuilding
  • Standard Pack Quantity: 10
  • Wheel Type: Type 29
  • Color: Red
  • Commodity Code: 6805 30 1000 - ABR W/ BASE NOT PAPER/TEXTILE
  • Country of Origin: United States of America
  • Diameter: 4-1/2 IN
  • Prop 65 Warning Description: WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Silica, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
  • Sales Unit of Measure: Each/Pieces
  • ANSI standard: B7.1
  • For Use With: Spanner Nuts
  • Item UPC Code: 012382501174
Tiger Ceramic Trimmable 4.5 inch flap discs offer a curved flap flap design that is ideal for grinding steel and stainless steel fillet welds, T-joints and other hard-to-reach places. The flaps wrap around the edge of the backing plate, optimizing flap-to-metal contact and providing exceptional feel and control while grinding. A top coat protects high-value parts stainless steel parts from heat discolorization and also prevents loading on soft alloys like aluminum.

Ceramic grains utilize a crystalline structure that is designed with millions of fracture points that self-sharpen at a higher rate than other grains. The result is a high material removal rate, cool grinding, and reduced friction at less pressure which reduces operator fatigue.

The type 29 conical disc shape maximizes surface contact when grinding between 15° – 35° for aggressive stock removal while the 40 grit abrasive grain is best for edge beveling, chamfering, weld grinding, and blending with a right angle grinder.