Diamond Floor Grinder S12-750 4 Heads 12 Discs
l Aluminum casting gear box, high quality with good apperance
l Each gear box has an individual series number
l Global well-known brands motors and inverters
l Stainless steel water tank
l External vacumm port
l Components through precision lathe processing
l With emergency stop button and reverse button etc on panel
Founded in 2007, Dongguan Merrock Industry Co., Ltd specializes in researching&developing, production and export of all kinds of floor grinder machines, abrasives and diamond tooling. We also produce stone&concrete chemicals for the construction industry.
Merrock has now been developed into a leading company in China serving the global market. We are renowned for the high quality and reliability of our products. We choose superior spare parts for our equipment to make sure they run smoothly and durably.
We also provide OEM/ODM service to satisfy your needs. At present, Merrock has been spread all around the world, and has earned a great reputation for our products.
Synthetic diamonds are an essential ingredient in the success of a surface preparation project. Concrete grinding diamonds are available in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and strengths. Size is classified by the mesh or grit number. Generally, a large diamond has a small number while a smaller diamond has a larger number. While larger diamonds are used to expose the aggregate, smaller diamonds will hone or polish the surface.
These diamond tools which perform the cutting and grinding of the surface, are suspended in a matrix called a bond, which can be made from metal, resin, ceramic, copper or other materials. The bond breaks down over time to expose new diamonds. The composition of the bond is critical since the grinder will be most efficient if diamonds are always exposed to abrade or polish the surface. On hard concrete, soft-bonded diamonds will work best while hard-bonded diamonds are recommended for softer surfaces.
Since some experimentation may be necessary at the start of a project, you should be prepared with a variety of grit sizes or more different bonds to determine which combination will work best for your needs. By using the right diamonds, you can avoid potential problems that can lead to shorter service life for your floor, as well as other undesirable outcomes that you might encounter while you are polishing your floors or applying a stain, sealant or coating.