Dedeco TA Radial Discs 6″ x 1/2″
Dedeco TA Radial Discs 6″ x 1/2″ includes AN adaptable arbor to fit 1/2″, 5/8″, 3/4″, 7/8″ and 1″ shafts.
Use with flat or cupped washers one-third diameter of the wheel for side support.
What are Dedeco Sunburst Radial Discs?
SUNBURST discs are a great alternative to wire and nylon. Safer, flexible, longer lasting and faster to use, the unique range is made from thermoplastic bonded abrasive and is used by aerospace, auto, marine and the jewellery industry. See more information about our Dedeco Radial discs in our catalogue.
What does the TA shape mean?
Angled, thicker bristles for superior aggressiveness but less conformability than TC models. Single-directional.
Why is Dedeco Sunburst so effective?
No matter what the material being worked, SUNBURST RADIAL DISCS are the “absolute best” for finishing & polishing hard-to-access areas without removing detail or causing flat spots.
The sharp, clean, specially treated ceramic abrasive grain imbedded throughout their thin flexible bristles enable them to work faster and last longer than rubber wheels, brushes, buffs and conventional sanders.
Sunburst Radial Discs generate minimal dust and heat and eliminate the need for polishing compound.
Dedeco Sunburst Benefits
CONFORMABILITY – Flexible bristles conform to contours, cracks and corners while working equally well on flat surfaces.
LONG-LASTING – Uniformly blended bristles guarantee extended wear life and a consistent, uniform finish.
COOL RUNNING – Generates minimal heat reducing potential damage or distortion to the work surface.
OPERATING SPEEDS – Recommended operating speeds for most applications is 3,000 – 18,000 RPM (5,000 for wood working). Lower speeds allow a softer touch, greater flexibility and more subtle results. Higher speeds provide more aggressive material removal. Using the
tip of the bristles with light pressure maximizes disc life.
MODULAR – Use a single disc for tight areas like slots and grooves or stack them for larger surface areas.
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