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600mm Three Phase Concrete Floor Grinder 0 - 1500rpm With Planetary System

600mm Three Phase Concrete Floor Grinder 0 - 1500rpm With Planetary System

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    600mm Concrete Floor Grinder


    Concrete Floor Grinder 1500rpm


    Three Phase Planetary Floor Polisher

  • Feature
    Planetary System
  • Color
  • Voltage
  • Phase
  • Type
  • Work Width
  • Place of Origin
    Made in China
  • Brand Name
  • Certification
    CE, ISO9001,etc
  • Model Number
  • Minimum Order Quantity
  • Packaging Details
    Iron frame+carton, Export wooden box
  • Delivery Time
    5-7 work days, OEM 20-25 work days
  • Payment Terms
    TT , West Union
  • Supply Ability
    50 sets/month

600mm Three Phase Concrete Floor Grinder 0 - 1500rpm With Planetary System

Three Phase High Speed Concrete Floor Planetary System Polisher / Grinder
MERROCK Profile.pdf
Quick Detail:

Name12 heads floor polishing machineApplicationMarble, granite, terrazzo, concrete floor
TypeS-X12-600FunctionLeveling, polishing, grinding, renovating


  1. 600x 600 mm large work areas improve the work efficiency.
  2. Separated body make it easy for carrying.
  3. With multifunction plate include magnetic discs and Velcro discs meet different clients’ demand.
  4. Four plates, each fix 3 pieces small discs, total 12 pieces small discs one machine, each time need fix 12 pieces polishing pads.
  5. Handle is adjustable, is easy to control.
  6. With inverter could adjust the speed from 0 to 1500 rmp.
  7. Use import NSK bearing.

For stone leveling, stone polishing and grinding, concrete polishing and grinding, also apply to remove the old coat of epoxy etc...

Speed0-1500 rpm
Grinding discs12pcs
Work width600mm
Water tank30L

Available abrasive:

  1. Diamond resin pads
  2. Diamond grinding shoes
  3. Metal diamond grinding discs

600mm Three Phase Concrete Floor Grinder 0 - 1500rpm With Planetary System 0
Precautions During Grinding And Polishing Process

After the dark marble or granite floor is ground, refurbished and polished, the original color cannot be completely restored, or there are coarse grinding scratches on the floor, or after repeated polishing, the floor cannot restore the original clarity and brightness. If you encounter these situations, it is mainly because there is a problem with the grinding, and the problem caused by the grinding not in accordance with the specification. Some people think that these problems can be solved during polishing process. Polishing a few more times can cover up these problems. If this is the case, then these problems will not appear. To prevent these similar situations above, we should pay attention to the following aspects when grinding.

1. Establish the concept of gradual grinding

When grinding stone, it must be ground gradually. After 50# grinding disc is finished, use 100# to grind, then to 200# and so on. This is especially important for the grinding of dark stone. If the particle number is skipped for grinding, for example, 50# grinding is completed and then 200# grinding disc is changed, then the above problem will definitely occur. If you are working with light colored stone, or the hardness of the stone is low, the scratches are easier to eliminate, and the scratches with lighter color are not easy to see. There will be scratches if you use a magnifying glass to observe,

2. Coarse grinding should be thoroughly ground

Coarse grinding is to grind well and thoroughly when grinding 30# or 50# grinding discs. Some people generally grind more along the seam when they are cutting and smoothing, and the plates are smoothed, but there may be bright parts on the surface of the stone slab, which is not polished. Each grinding disc has the ability to eliminate scratches by itself. If the 50# grinding disc is not thoroughly ground, the grain number will be increased, and the difficulty of using 100# grinding disc to eliminate 50# scratches.

3. Grinding should have a quantitative concept

Many workers do not have a quantitative concept when grinding. After the 50# grinding disc is ground, there is no quantitative concept that how many times 100# grinding disc has to be ground to remove the 50# scratches. However, there are differences in the number of operations for different stones and different on-site conditions. We have to conduct observations and on-site experiments to determine the grinding times until the scratches on the floor are eliminated. The concept of quantification allows us to solve problems easily and get twice the result with half the effort.