4-1/2" Type 1 Diamond Abrasive Cut-Off Wheel, 7/8" Arbor, 0.050"-Thick, 13,200 Max. RPM

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The LENOX® METALMAX™ diamond-grit wheel delivers more than 1000 cuts with no need to change the wheel, and still maintains a high cutting rate. It provides outstanding performance on most metals, including steel, sheet metal, stainless steel, rebar, cast-iron, and aluminum and other non-ferrous metals.

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Technical Specs

  • Item Abrasive Cut-Off Wheel
  • Abrasive Wheel Type Type 1
  • Abrasive Wheel Diameter 4-1/2"
  • Thickness 0.050"
  • Arbor Hole Size 7/8"
  • Abrasive Material Diamond
  • Max. RPM 13,200
  • Series MetalMax
  • Diamond Knockout No
  • Application Steel, Sheet Metal, Stainless Steel, Rebar, Cast Iron, Aluminum, Non-ferrous Metals
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4-1/2 In Type 1 Diamond Abrasive Cut-Off Wheel, 7/8 In Arbor, 0.050 In -Thick, 13,200 Max. RPM is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Used in an industrial setting, the blade will cut and does hold up. That being said in doesn't produce a smooth cut or cut quickly. The blade tends to bounce during initial contact and chop while cutting, after working with it for a while you'll figure out the amount of pressure you can apply to minimize the chop. If you're rough cutting and not in a hurry it works fine. On the positive side it does last a long time.
Date published: 2016-10-05
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