A 60 Extra Kronenflex® cutting-off wheels for Stainless steel, Metals

Class Extra
Bonding agent Synthetic resin, fibre-reinforced
Grain Aluminium oxide
Service life
Stainless steel
Apparatus and container manufacturing
Locksmith's shop
Metal construction
Plant engineering
Railing construction
Stainless steel processing industry

Kronenflex A 60 Extra – thin cutting-off wheel for stainless steel and metal

The A 60 Extra is a thin cutting-off wheel for work on such materials as

  • stainless steel and
  • metal.

This product stands out especially with its minimum burr formation and low thermal load. All cutting and abrasive products Klingspor makes available in the Extra performance class are distinguished by their excellent price-performance ratio. The cutting-off wheels presented here are available in five tins on the sales display. Each of these tins with viewing window holds ten wheels.

Excellent performance when cutting metal and stainless steel

The thin cutting-off wheel A 60 Extra offers a host of benefits. The major properties of aggressiveness and long service life as well as the exceptional hardness of this cutting tool. Also speaking in favour of this product is the bond, which is always perfectly matched with the application at hand. Klingspor relies on a synthetically made grain for all of their products. Compared to natural materials, these grains display superior properties in various areas such as durability or consistency of abrasive performance. Professional users can always rely on the Kronenflex cutting-off wheel A 60 Extra and expect it to produce results of unvarying quality. Klingspor makes this product available in the Extra performance class and offers it for universal use to cover a wide range of possible applications.

Tried-and-tested safety

Each cutting-off wheel included in Klingspor's portfolio is designed for a specific maximum operating speed and a maximum permissible spindle speed. The corresponding specification are clearly printed for the user on the label. This arrangement provides the user with information on the proper handling of the abrasive tool at a single glance. Paramount to perfect results is selecting the optimum speed for the cutting-off wheels. The selected speed must not exceed the maximum operating speed. The right speed will result in the best ratio of cutting speed and disc wear during practical use. Optimum results also require that the user align the wheel at a ninety degree angle of attack relative to the workpiece.