Kutzall Extreme 4-1/2'' Dish Wheels
The must-have, most versatile angle grinder accessory. Whether you are a casual hobbyist or professional craftsman, Kutzall's durable carbide coatings will last job after job. Kutzall Dish Wheels are the perfect tool for concave shaping - giving you effortless control while saving you time. Their rounded form and rapid cutting action make them excellent for contouring sculpted chairs, large bowls, even dimensional lumber. For free-hand grinding and shaping, you can expect to "Do It All, With Kutzall".
These tools are fast-cutting and long lasting, designed to work easily and efficiently where other conventional tools fail. Their tungsten carbide coatings consist of hundreds of extremely sharp teeth that rapidly remove stock and outlasts hundreds of sandpaper pads. They are not prone to loading but may easily be cleaned with solvent or burned clean with a gas torch.
Kutzall Extreme tools use more aggressive, free-cutting teeth arranged in a regular pattern of rows and columns. They are the fastest-cutting Kutzall tools on most materials and are excellent for 'heavy hogging' applications. The open patterns of these teeth are very resistant to loading, even on gummy materials. Recommended Max RPM is 15,000.
Compatible with most angle grinders including: Makita, Bosch, Dewalt, Black & Decker, Milwaukee, Hitachi & more.
Mounting Instructions: The Discs and Dish Wheels feature a 7/8" I.D. and are intended to mount on a standard electric angle grinder with a 5/8" shaft. They mount on the 7/8" shoulder found on the shouldered bushing or adapter included with most angle grinders. The shouldered bushing is put on the grinder first, followed by the wheel and then the nut.
- Coating provides rapid material removal while leaving a relatively smooth finish.
- Tungsten Carbide teeth give you outstanding wear-life.
- Comfortable, Effortless Operation - Allowing you to easily and quickly remove a variety of materials.
- Very resistant to loading.
- Should only be used on non-metals or non-metallic materials. l
WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood