REDwire Patented technology gives metalworkers ‘unparalleled’ cutting performance

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Walter Surface Technologies’ exclusive narrow crown patented technology has been extended its Zip family of cutting wheels.

Walter Surface Technologies’ exclusive narrow crown patented technology has been extended to its Zip family of cutting wheels — all 4-½- and five-inch ZIPCUT, ZIP+, ZIP Stainless and ZIP ALU cutting wheels.

The Type 27 narrow crown patented technology is applauded for its safety features, while also being efficient and high performing. 

It’s safe: The technology incorporates an improved, refined metal cladding, which maximizes safety by preventing contact with the workpiece. This increases worker safety when cutting into metal applications.

It’s efficient: The refined metal cladding allows operators to perform deeper cuts. It also extends the life of the cutting wheel by allowing more cuts per unit.

It’s high performing: Operators benefit from the best performance available because it combines the extended life of a flat Type 1 wheel, with the extra stiffness of a depressed centre cutting wheel. 

“The new technology gives operators unparalleled performance,” said Marc Brunet-Gagne, product manager at Walter Surface Technologies. “By maximizing the safety in cutting wheels, companies can benefit from added work safety, while also benefitting from reduced annual costs in wheel consumption and wheel changeover.”

Walter Surface Technologies is an industry leader in surface treatment technologies. The Montreal, Que.-based company provides innovative solutions for the global metalworking industry, from high performance abrasives, power tools and tooling, to industrial parts washing systems, cleaners, degreasers and lubricants. With a presence in seven countries throughout North America, South America and Europe, Walter Surface Technologies is well positioned to help its customers. 


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