Tyrolit expands abrasives portfolio

Tyrolit has announced the acquisition of Egeli Egesan Abrasives.

In a highly competitive market, Tyrolit have identified a gap for an additional range of products outside of their current brands, targeted at cost-conscious professionals – this identification has led to the new Tyrolit Egesan brand.

Founded 50 years ago, Egeli Egesan is a leader in the fields of cut-off and deburring wheels, coated abrasives and abrasive tools for various applications, with an excellent reputation among its customers.

With an initial range of cut-off wheels, grinding wheels, flap and fibre discs launching onto the UK market in May, Tyrolit brand Egesan is already welcomed by customers. An extended range of bonded and coated products is to debut later in the year.

Pete Dufty, sales director for Tyrolit UK explained: “This acquisition allows Tyrolit to extend our product portfolio, providing us with additional access to the production of coated abrasives, as well as added comprehensive know-how. This opens up more opportunity for Tyrolit to provide an attractive price performance ratio for cost conscious customers and a complete range of products from a single source.”

The extended range of Tyrolit Egesan to look out for over the coming months include:

  • Bonded abrasives (cutting & grinding discs for foundry, stainless steel, metal and stone)
  • Vitrified grinding wheels (bench grinding wheels, cylindrical and surface grinding wheels, saw sharpening wheels, scythe stones and cup wheels)
  • Coated abrasives (flap discs, fibre discs, da sander discs, abrasive belts and rolls (including wide belts), waterproof abrasive sandpapers and abrasive flap wheels)
  • Non-woven (flap wheels, mop discs and abrasive sponge wheels)

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