Diamond surface grinding
By General Equipment CompanyProducts
June 3, 2011 - General Equipment offers the new SG24-2300 series as an extension to its line of Diam-A-Tach diamond segment grinding systems.
June 3, 2011 – General Equipment offers the new SG24-2300 series as an
extension to its line of Diam-A-Tach diamond segment grinding systems.
Designed for a multitude of surface grinding applications, the new
attachments feature the largest rectangular diamond segments in their
class – yet they’re offered at a low price point.
The SG24-2300 attachments install easily to popular models of low-speed
surface grinders, such as General Equipment’s SG12 and SG24
series. The 30- to 40-grit diamond segments feature Omnitrix single
matrix formulation, which gives them a wider variety of uses than
similar competitive products. Popular applications include green
concrete, high tensile epoxies, thin-film type floor coverings and fully
cured concrete. The segments can be operated wet or dry.
Other standard items include extra-thick segments and directional
markings, which aid in proper installation. Both features are
incorporated to provide excellent service life.
In addition to the SG24-2300 Diam-A-Tach series, General Equipment
Company offers the SG24-2100 series, which comes with round segment
pins, rather than rectangular segments.
For more information, visit www.generalequip.com.
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