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New and Improved Sanding Discs Now Deliver 90% More Stock Removal, 6x More Than Regular Discs

Walter Surface Technologies has announced key updates to its COOLCUT XX sanding discs. COOLCUT XX is a Walter high-performance product that features an exclusive high-tech blend of abrasive grains as well as bond and cooling agents -- enabling industry workers to blend and finish more pieces than ever before.

The new and improved COOLCUT XX 4½", 5" and 7" general purpose sanding disc products feature Cyclone™ self-sharpening grains technology, which removes six times more stock compared to regular sanding discs.

Featuring a flexible cross-center design on all 4½" (115mm) and 5" (125mm) mounts, the COOLCUT XX sanding discs are suitable for heat-sensitive metals such as stainless steel, sanding and finishing of stainless and alloys, weld removal, grinding and more.

All 7" sanding discs are preformed to fit precisely on Walter Surface Technologies' Turbo backing pads without warping, allowing maximum contact with the work piece. Additionally, ribbed backing provides added heat dissipation. Turbo backing pads should be used with COOLCUT XX discs for maximum benefit.

With the orange cooling agent, it also ensures cool cutting to prevent burning and distortion -- the COOLCUT XX now delivers 90 percent more stock removal than previous versions, provides two times faster cutting than regular sanding, and is designed to provide a consistent surface finish, disc after disc.

"We are pleased to announce the new COOLCUT XX sanding disc products are designed for demanding industry environments and today stand as the toughest sanding discs on the market. Today's industry users are looking for sanding discs that offer a high material removal rate to ensure high levels of operational efficiency and productivity compared to conventional sanding disc products," said Jonathan Douville, Product Manager, Walter Surface Technologies International.

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