Discs with precise results

Helping to increase stock removal rates, the new 2 in 1 Tyrolit Flap Discs provide the perfect combination of efficiency and durability.

Due to a new design, these discs have 30% more flaps, providing not only a more specific stock removal rate, but also an increased product lifetime in a more efficient and durable capacity.

From working with steel or stainless steel, these new discs master even the most difficult tasks, ensuring projects are completed faster and more precisely.

With the launch of the new Basic 2 in 1 Flap Discs, produced by Egeli Egesan in Turkey – part of the Tyrolit group portfolio – Tyrolit’s revision of its flap discs started at the beginning of October last year. The aim is to gradually convert the cloth of the entire flap disc range to in-house production over the next 12 months.

The new discs are ideal for surface grinding; welding seam removal; machining of pipes and deburring. They are now currently available in the UK in 115mm, 125mm and 178mm diameters consisting of grit sizes 40, 60, 80 and 120.

Their high abrasiveness ensures first-class application results and an excellent price-performance ratio – providing an ideal solution for the market.

Tyrolit is a leading manufacturer of grinding and dressing tools. Since 1919, its products have been making an important contribution to technological development in numerous industries.

It offers tailored grinding solutions for a varied range of applications and a comprehensive assortment of standard tools for customers all over the world. The family-owned company, based in Schwaz, Austria, combines the dynamic strengths of the Swarovski Group with over a hundred years of commercial and technological experience.




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