A diamond grinding cup wheel is a metal-bonded diamond tool with diamond segment welded or cold-pressed on a steel (or other metal, such as aluminium) wheel body, which usually looks like a cup. Diamond grinding cup wheels are usually mounted on a concrete grinder to grind abrasive building materials like concrete, granite, and marble.
Arrow cup wheels
Arrow segment with a sharp leading edge for slicing, grinding and scrapping at the same time, which makes this cup wheel more aggressive. Ideal for fast removal of thick layers such as glue, epoxy and paint. The segment placement also allows for maximum life. Wet/Dry use.
Single row cup wheel
Single row cup wheel is designed for aggressive material removal and fast grinding. For fast and aggressive grinding of a variety of concretes, medium to hard granite, masonry, stone finish work and surface clean up. Wet/Dry use.
Double row cup wheel
Double row cup wheel is designed for fast and aggressive grinding of a variety of Concrete, natural stone, and universal building materials. Increased tool life but less aggressive than single row cup wheel. Leaves a smoother finish. Wet/Dry use.
Spiral cup wheels
Spiral cup wheel is designed to create a smooth grinding finish. Fast and efficient grinding Concrete, natural stone and universal building materials. Ideal for light-duty preparation and shaping corners and edge, coating removal, concrete grinding and levelling. The 24 segment Turbo wheels are less aggressive than the 12 segment wheels and will last longer. Wet/Dry use.
Turbo cup wheel
Turbo diamond cup wheel is designed for fine grinding or removing scratches and finishing off of materials such as concrete, bricks, concrete pavers, concrete blocks, natural stone products such as granite and hard materials. They are also widely used for shaping edges and smoothing out the rough surface before laminating. To be used dry on electric power tools such as angle grinder.
PCD cup wheels
It features extremely rough diamond particles for fast removal of thick and sticky compounds like paint, epoxy, mastic, adhesives, urethane, and residues. They are more aggressive and longer lasting than standard diamond cup wheels. They are commonly used when conventional diamond cups will not grind the material quick enough or they tend to get clogged up. PCD cup wheels will not load up or smear the coating like a conventional diamond cup wheel but do leave a rougher finish.