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Scotch-Brite™ SST Deburring Wheel ST-WL, 8 in x 1 in x 3 in, 7A FIN

3M ID 7000045853UPC 00048011017051
  • Non-woven web construction resists loading and delivers fresh abrasive to the surface continuously
  • Deburrs and finishes demanding alloys
  • Higher density wheel that retains conformability for finishing intricate geometries and contours
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Specifications
Attachment Type
Center Hole
Center Hole Diameter (Metric)
76.2 mm
Form Type
Convolute/Deburring
Grade
Fine
Max Speed
4500 rpm
Mineral Type
Aluminium Oxide
Overall Diameter (Metric)
203.2 mm
Product Form
Wheel
Product Details
  • Non-woven web construction resists loading and delivers fresh abrasive to the surface continuously
  • Deburrs and finishes demanding alloys
  • Higher density wheel that retains conformability for finishing intricate geometries and contours

Use Scotch-Brite™ SST Deburring Wheel to remove sharp burrs and radius edges from stainless steel, titanium and other demanding alloys. Our SST wheels are tough, dense and conformable, ideal for use on intricate shapes and contours. They’re strong enough to easily remove burrs and radius edges from drilling, stamping, punching and other machining operations, but don’t disturb critical tolerances. SST wheels are used extensively in the aerospace industry for deburring and finishing turbine blades and vanes, polishing and blending surgical instruments, and deburring aluminium die cast flashing, among other uses. Typically used on stationary machinery, these wheels are available in diameters 101.6 mm and greater and widths up to 914.4 mm. They use fine grade silicon carbide or aluminium oxide abrasives. Silicon carbide is a sharp, hard synthetic abrasive, a good match for cutting hard materials. Aluminium oxide is a hard, blocky mineral with a high cut-rate and long life. Silicon carbide breaks down faster than aluminium oxide, and produces a finer finish. Scotch-Brite convolute wheels are formed by wrapping layers of abrasive material around a central core. The three-dimensional web construction creates consistent finishes and can be used to radius edges. We bind synthetic fibres and abrasive particles to create an abrasive system that delivers consistent results for the life of the product. The open web construction continually exposes fresh abrasive to the work surface, for a consistent, smoother finish – without the risk of overworking the part and disturbing critical tolerances. It runs cooler and resists loading, extending the life of the product – all of which increase productivity.

The Scotch-Brite™ SST Deburring Wheel is a higher density convolute wheel designed to remove sharp burrs and radius edges from stainless steel, titanium and other demanding alloys. Its conformability makes it ideal for use on intricate shapes and contours.

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