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Hole patterns

In the area of coated abrasives a hole pattern describes the arrangement of the suction holes embedded in the corresponding disc or strip.

The service life of abrasives is extended significantly if furnished with suction holes and used on the appropriate machine including exhaust system.

The type of hole pattern needed for a particular application always varies with the machine used. A list with an allocation of the most common hole patterns to the appropriate machine types is included in Klingspor's price list.

 

Strips

GL 1
115 × 280 mm
10 holes ø 10 mm

GL 3
93 × 230 mm
8 holes ø 10 mm

GL 9
93 × 230 mm
8 holes ø 10 mm

GL 11
115 × 280 mm
14 holes ø 10 mm

GL 13
115 × 280 mm
8 holes ø 10 mm

GL 15
115 × 230 mm
10 holes ø 10 mm

GL 17
93 × 180 mm
8 holes ø 10 mm

GL 18
80 × 133 mm
8 holes ø 10 mm

 

Discs

GLS 1
ø 150mm
8 holes ø 10mm
on hole circle ø 120mm
+ 1 centre hole ø 17mm

GLS 2
ø 150mm
8 holes ø 10mm
on hole circle ø 65mm

GLS 3
ø 150mm
6 holes ø 10mm
on hole circle ø 80mm

GLS 4
ø 115mm
8 holes ø 10mm
on hole circle ø 65mm

GLS 5
ø 125mm
8 holes ø 10mm
on hole circle ø 65mm

GLS 15
Triangular ø 96mm
6 holes ø 8mm
on hole circle ø 52mm

GLS 24
98 x 148mm
7 holes ø 10mm

GLS 27
ø 125mm
8 holes ø 10mm
on hole circle ø 90mm
+ 1 centre hole ø 10mm

GLS 47
ø 150mm
8 holes ø 9mm
on hole circle ø 120mm
6 holes ø 9mm
on hole circle ø 80mm
+ 1 centre hole ø 17mm

GLS 51
ø 150mm
8 holes ø 10mm
on hole circle ø 120mm
8 holes ø 8mm
on hole circle ø 65mm
+ 1 centre hole ø 10mm

GLS 52
ø 225mm
10 holes ø 12mm
on hole circle ø 105mm

 

Hole pattern for fibre discs

10 = round hole

30 = star shaped
hole

Additional special cutting shapes are available on request. Please ask us!

 

 


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