New Carborundum Depressed Center Wheels Grind 10% Faster and Last 30% Longer Than Comparably Priced Competitive Wheels

Gold MaXX raises the performance bar for non-premium performance wheels with 10% faster cut rate and 30% longer life.

Gold MaXX wheels are made with premium performance zirconia alumina and aluminum oxide abrasive grain in a free cutting bond that makes cutting and grinding of steels and ferrous metals quick and easy.Internal lab and field testing have proven that GOLD MaXX wheels have a much better cut rate and life with the added benefit of a smooth grinding action that maximizes productivity and minimizes operator fatigue. Operators have found that when grinding with the new Gold MaXX product, the wheel does the grinding with less pressure, allowing the operator to do more work with less effort.

Gold MaXX wheels grind efficiently on a variety of ferrous metals from carbon steel to stainless steel and some exotic alloys. Carborundum GOLD MaXX wheels are now stocked in 4-1/2" through 9" diameters in 1/4" thickness.

The Carborundum logo is a registered trademark and GOLD MaXX and GOLD are trademarks of Saint-Gobain Abrasives, Inc.

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