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A reliable cutting disc for the cost-conscious professional. Ideal for low-power machines.
The XT70 cutting disc is suitable for freehand use with all angle grinders in any performance class (including low-power and battery-powered machines).
The XT70 has been specially designed for use on stainless steel (SST, Inox), e.g. 1.4031 (X5CrNi18-10 or 304), steel (carbon steel – also termed structural steel, St37, S235JR and 1.0037) and cast steels.
Structure and production:
The cutting disc contains high-quality corundum (aluminium oxide) and 2 full-coverage glass cloth layers. The minimum side load for the cutting disc as defined by EN 12413 and oSa is 40 N (50 N from a diameter of 150 mm). The expiry date (three years) is embossed in the disc hole ring. Consistently high quality is ensured by sophisticated in-process controls applied during manufacturing. To ensure a maximum level of safety, every thousandth disc is tested destructively. This disc features a straight shape (shape 41). Cutting discs with a straight shape enable deeper insertion depths and therefore a greater number of cuts.
To help make work even more cost-effective (cost per cut), RHODIUS cutting discs from the premium PRO and TOP lines or with CERAMICON technology are recommended.
During use, the XT70 offers impressive performance with its especially light and fast cut. The disc features minimal sparking, stability during use and exceptional, vibration-free operation. All of which makes work easier and is especially cost-effective. High-precision, high-speed processing of thin-walled material is easily achieved. This quality RHODIUS tool is an especially good choice for cutting structural steel, thin-walled metal sheets, rustproof and acid-proofed steels, cable ducts, supports and sections.
This makes it the ideal tool for the many applications and challenges in plant and container construction, boiler and tank construction, structural steel engineering, pipeline construction and installation work.
The RHODIUS cutting discs for stainless steel are iron- and sulphur-free. To avoid rusting, you should never change from normal steel back to stainless steel with the same disc.