Norton® Neon® 66623399180 R766 Arbor Thread Standard Density Coated Abrasive Flap Disc, 5 in Dia, P120 Grit, Medium Grade, Aluminum Oxide/Zirconia Alumina Abrasive, Type 29/Conical Disc

15600165 MFG #: 66623399180
  • Type: Standard Density
  • Series: R766
  • Abrasive Material: Aluminum Oxide/Zirconia Alumina
  • Backing Material: Fiberglass
  • Applicable Materials: Aluminum, Brass, Bronze, Stainless, Carbon Steel and Titanium
  • Arbor/Shank Size: 5/8-11
  • Bond Type: Resin
  • Diameter: 5, 5 in
  • Grit/Grade: 120/Fine
  • Type/Shape: Type 29/Conical
Norton® Neon® Coated Abrasive Flap Disc, Arbor Thread Standard Density, Series: R766, 5 in Disc Dia, 5/8-11 Center Hole Thread Size, P120 Grit, Medium Grade, Aluminum Oxide/Zirconia Alumina Abrasive, Type 29/Conical Disc, Fiberglass Backing, 12000 rpm Maximum, Black/Blue/Green
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• Alternating aluminum oxide (green) and zirconia alumna (blue) flaps make these discs great for difficult-to-grind materials and applications requiring an economical option
• Ideal when purchasing criteria is a good-performing, economically priced, general purpose disc
• Versatile grit range fills most material and application requirements, from roughing to blending
• New resin system and Y-weight polyester flaps offer improved base adhesion and 30%+ improvement in life over key competitors aluminum oxide flap discs
• Stand up on light to moderately demanding applications
• New grain coating provides longer life and faster cut rate
• Fiberglass back for high strength, lightweight, absorb vibration
• Good tier
• Conical flap discs have angled flaps and may be used on both contoured and edge work
• The angle provides greater surface contact for stock removal on flat surfaces
• The best choice when speed and stock removal are primary considerations
• Grind at 15 to 25 deg steeper angles