Baldor Wire Wheels & Brushes
Baldor-Reliance® motors and tools are among the most well respected and widely used throughout industry, covering a vast range of industrial applications. One of the company's lines includes dual-wheel Baldor industrial grinders and Baldor buffing and polishing tools that machinists, mechanics, metal fabricators, dental technicians and jewelers use to shape, sharpen and polish metals and hard material such as acrylic.
Baldor grinders use different types of wheels for several applications. Metal fabricators, auto mechanics and welders rely on Baldor wire wheels and brushes for metal-prepping applications, whether for deburring sharp edges, removing rust, cleaning welds or polishing surfaces. The beauty of the brushes is that they don't remove the base metal. Baldor industrial wire brushes merely provide a smooth surface for finishing work.
Baldor wire wheels and brushes accompany Baldor grinding and cut-off wheels as accessories on the company's industrial bench grinders that accept 6-, 7- and 8-inch diameter wheels. The wire wheels consist of crimped carbon-steel strands 0.014 inches thick and forming a face 0.75 inches wide. The crimped wire wheels and brushes fit on the grinder spindles with washers or spacers to compensate for the difference in the face thickness of the grinding wheels.
The Baldor industrial wire brushes that fit on the company's bench grinders give the grinders their buffing and polishing capabilities. Some of the bench grinders also mount to optional pedestals as part of a broader line of Baldor tool stands. The pedestals, made from cast iron or steel and available in various heights, fit grinders with different wheel sizes. Baldor wire wheels and brushes that fit grinders with 6-, 7- and 8-inch wheels go with pedestals that are 32-7/8 inches in height.
Baldor industrial wire brushes give metal fabricators the accessories they need to put final touches on pre-finished metalwork. Check out the fine detailing specs of the brushes to see why Baldor industrial bench grinders, and the other grinding wheels they use, are what machinists, dental technicians and jewelers turn to for metal and hard-material fabrication, cleaning and polishing.