Norton NortZon Plus Wheels

Nicole Ventimiglia
Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Norton Abrasives has introduced an upgrade of their BEST-tier depressed center wheels for right angle grinding applications. Norton NorZon Plus wheels utilize a proprietary blend of Norton’s patented, newest generation SG ceramic alumina and Norton BlueFireTM zirconia alumina abrasives, combined with a new high performance bond system for significantly improved grain micro-fracturing. The new Norton NorZon Plus line has also been expanded with the introduction of Norton NorZon Plus Fast Cut Depressed Center Wheels, which provide the fastest material removal in the industry. NorZon Plus wheels are U.S. invented and built.      
www.nortonabrasives.com


(As published in the November 2013 edition of Marine News - www.marinelink.com)

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