QRC 400 Quick Change Discs for Paint, Varnish, Filler

Applications
Paint
Varnish
Filler
Metals
Properties
Bonding agent Resin
Grain Aluminium oxide

QRC 400 – Quick Change Disc for paint, varnish and filler

The Quick Change Discs with plastic locking are a top-of-the-line product designed for cleaning work. Users who require an abrasive capable of delivering a refined finish on a variety of surfaces put their trust in the premium abrasive disc QRC 400. It can be used for removing

  • paint,
  • varnish,
  • filler and
  • metal.

Even cured varnish can be removed from surface with minimum manual effort and without leaving behind any residue. This product relies on a soft non-woven web material and is used wherever an application calls for finished surfaces of pristine quality. The QRC 400 is held in the same high regard by discriminating do-it-yourselfers and skilled professionals.

Ultimate performance during cleaning work

The Quick Change Discs with plastic locking are suitable for an extensive range of applications. Short set-up times, a quick and easy tool change and superior effectiveness during work on a wide variety of workpieces are the benefits that distinguish all products included in Klingspor's product portfolio. Anyone using our Quick Change Discs appreciate not only the ease of use these products have to offer. They also benefit from their continuously smooth operation and uniform grinding results. Topping off the benefits of this product is the ability for the user to work for a long time without fatiguing.

Designed for the QRC system

The abrasive disc is screwed in place on the backing pad using an internal plastic thread. This fastening system is known as the widely used Quick Roll Connect (QRC). A simple 180 degree rotation in clockwise direction is all it takes to establish a secure connection. This mechanism provides for a high level of safety during use. Use in combination with angle grinders is possible as well. Klingspor offers the QCA 555 adapter for that purpose.

available on request