Advantages of electroplated Grinding wheels

- Sep 15, 2017 -

There are many kinds of grinding wheel, we all know, there is a kind of electroplating grinding wheel, do not know if you know the plating wheel? If you don't know, let's take a look. What are the advantages of electroplated grinding wheel?

First, high hardness

Electroplating Grinding wheel is usually electroplating nickel or cobalt alloy as a binder, the plating metal binder itself has a higher hardness, coupled with the compact and strong adhesion, making the working layer of the whole is significantly higher than the bronze abrasive and resin abrasives.

Second, the lowest porosity

The porosity of common sintered grinding wheel is scores, although the resin binder and the bronze binder are close, but the porosity of a few percent is often used. and the lowest porosity of electroplating products, almost zero, it is the most compact of all abrasives.

Third, the most strong binding force

In the plating wheel, the working layer of metal bonding agent on the most stringent abrasive package, contact the most full, consolidation of the most solid, the largest control, it is due to the strong characteristics of the combination, only allow the use of high concentrations of electroplating products will not lead to premature loss of abrasive, this property is not comparable powder molding.

IV. Highest concentration

Powder molding Grinding Wheel, the working layer of abrasive concentration in general in the 50%~150%, abrasive volume of the corresponding about $number, if the abrasive concentration is too high, abrasive because of the package is not in use in the premature fall off, and superhard materials electroplating products in the concentration of abrasive is very high, generally around 200%, The abrasive volume is 50%, can even higher, reach more than 65%, if take some measures, such as in diamond in proportion to add some abrasive particles just can reduce the concentration properly.


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