The flap disc belongs to the accessories of electric tools, and its main scope of application is: polishing, polishing and grinding in metallurgy, machinery, light industry, wood products, furniture, hardware, plastic, melamine, building materials, automobiles, leather, textiles and other industries.
Correct selection of the flap discs can ensure that the flap discs are maximized. The cutting force of good-quality flap discs is relatively strong, and it can adapt to the cutting of materials with different strengths. Its heat-resistant and wear-resistant characteristics can also complete large-scale equipment grinding and polishing. Tablet products as many as several times.
Excessive use can overload and overheat the flap discs, which will cause the flap discs to wear faster and reduce the effectiveness of the abrasive. At the same time, if not enough pressure is used, the flap discs will not engage the metal enough to effectively grind the surface, which will result in longer sanding times and further wear.
Flap discs are designed to work at an angle. The angle depends on your build and what you're grinding, however, generally between 5-10 degrees on a flat or horizontal surface. If the angle is too flat, too many vane particles will bond to the metal at once, causing the flap discs to wear faster. If the angle is too high, the blade cannot be fully used. This can result in a portion of the flap discs being over worn and under-sanded.