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Concrete L segment Cup Wheel

HNSL Series Concrete L-Segment Cup Wheels: Efficient Grinding for Diverse Construction Materials

Our HNSL series concrete L-segment cup wheels are crafted for efficient grinding and shaping of a broad range of construction materials, providing cost-effective solutions for professionals. These materials encompass concrete, concrete pavers, stone, masonry, bricks, concrete blocks, and more. The "L” shaped segments of these cup wheels are designed to deliver smooth surface grinding, making them suitable for various applications.

Key Features:

  1. Aggressive Material Removal:

    • These L-segment cup grinding wheels boast a high diamond concentration, ensuring aggressive material removal. Experience efficient grinding across a variety of construction materials with the added benefit of long tool life.

  2. Enhanced Durability:

    • Large grinding segments with heat-treated steel bodies contribute to enhanced durability and prolonged wheel life. The robust construction of these cup wheels allows for consistent wear and dependable performance.

  3. Efficient Heat Dissipation:

    • The venting hole design aids in efficient heat dissipation during operation. This feature prevents overheating, promoting an extended service life and reliable performance in diverse grinding applications.

  4. Smooth Surface Grinding:

    • Specially designed "L” shaped segments provide a unique advantage by delivering smooth surface grinding. This design feature is particularly beneficial when a polished finish or precise surface quality is desired.

Applications:

  • Concrete Grinding

  • Concrete Pavers Grinding

  • Stone Grinding

  • Masonry Grinding

  • Brick Grinding

  • Concrete Block Grinding

  • Surface Shaping

Specifications:

  • Diamond Concentration: High

  • Grinding Segments: Large with Heat Treated Steel Bodies

  • Venting Hole: Yes (Heat Dissipation)

  • Segment Shape: "L” Shaped for Smooth Surface Grinding

Elevate your grinding tasks with the HNSL series concrete L-segment cup wheels. Designed for versatility and efficiency, these cup wheels provide a cost-effective solution for professionals working with diverse construction materials. Achieve smooth surface grinding and dependable performance in various applications with these high-quality cup wheels.


4’’

4’’

Concrete L-segment Cup Wheel

Concrete L-segment cup wheel is a type of grinding wheel used for cutting and grinding concrete surfaces. The "L-segment" shape refers to the design of the wheel, which features a horizontal segment for grinding and a vertical segment for cutting

7’’

7’’

Concrete L-segment Cup Wheel

Concrete L-segment cup wheel is a type of grinding wheel used for cutting and grinding concrete surfaces. The "L-segment" shape refers to the design of the wheel, which features a horizontal segment for grinding and a vertical segment for cutting

5’’

5’’

Concrete L-segment Cup Wheel

Concrete L-segment cup wheel is a type of grinding wheel used for cutting and grinding concrete surfaces. The "L-segment" shape refers to the design of the wheel, which features a horizontal segment for grinding and a vertical segment for cutting

6’’

6’’

Concrete L-segment Cup Wheel

Concrete L-segment cup wheel is a type of grinding wheel used for cutting and grinding concrete surfaces. The "L-segment" shape refers to the design of the wheel, which features a horizontal segment for grinding and a vertical segment for cutting

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