PFERD 31040 A Series Mounted Point, A5 Point, 3/4 in Dia x 1-1/8 in L Head, 1/4 in Dia Shank

00431040 MFG #: 31040
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  • Series: A Series
  • Point Shape Code: A5
  • Head Diameter: 3/4, 3/4 in
  • Head Length: 1-1/8, 1-1/8 in
  • Shank Diameter: 1/4, 1/4 in
  • Shank Length: 1-1/2, 1-1/2 in
  • Density/Hardness: M
  • Grit: 30
  • Grade: Extra Coarse
  • Abrasive Material: Aluminum Oxide
  • Maximum Speed: 45000
  • Bond Type: Vitrified Porous
  • Abrading Application: High Speed Steel and Steel
  • Applicable Materials: High Speed Steel and Steel
  • Hardness: M
  • Shape Code: A5
PFERD Mounted Point, Series: A Series, A5 Point Shape Code, 3/4 in Head Dia, 1-1/8 in Head Length, 1/4 in Shank Dia, 1-1/2 in Shank Length, M Density/Hardness, 30 Grit, Extra Coarse Grade, Aluminum Oxide Abrasive, 45000 rpm Maximum, Vitrified Porous Bond, High Speed Steel and Steel Abrading Application
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  • Hardness grade M mounted points are made of a mix of dark red and white aluminum oxide gri
  • Hardness grade M too
  • Hardness grade M tools are ideal for general use on steel surfaces, providing high abrasiv
  • High stock removal r
  • High stock removal rate reduces grinding time and labor costs
  • Cost reductions are
  • Cost reductions are achieved despite increased tool consumption, since the reduction in la
Hardness grade M mounted points are made of a mix of dark red and white aluminum oxide grit in a vitrified bond
Hardness grade M mounted points are made of a mix of dark red and white aluminum oxide grit in a vitrified bond
Hardness grade M tools are ideal for general use on steel surfaces, providing high abrasive and stock removal rates
Hardness grade M tools are ideal for general use on steel surfaces, providing high abrasive and stock removal rates
High stock removal rate reduces grinding time and labor costs
High stock removal rate reduces grinding time and labor costs
Cost reductions are achieved despite increased tool consumption, since the reduction in labor costs more than compensates tool costs
Cost reductions are achieved despite increased tool consumption, since the reduction in labor costs more than compensates tool costs