ZEC’s Abrasive Discs announces the launch of new line of ZEC Plastic SuperFlat semi-flexible discs for aggressive grinding applications.
Milan, Italy (PRWEB) November 14, 2013
ZEC Abrasive Discs S.p.A., world-leader in coated semi-flexible abrasives for professionals, has expanded its line of semi-flexible discs for aggressive grinding applications by introducing the ZEC Plastic SuperFlat: this new heavy duty disc is a concave-shaped semi-flexible disc, in 7”/178mm diameter, which delivers outstanding performance on flat grinding applications.
Furthermore they added new Silicon Carbide grits to their line, with grit size 12 for their world-famous ZEC Semiflex disc on vulcanized fiber, and grit sizes 10 and 12 for the ZEC Plastic disc/wheel.
Since its foundation in 1958, ZEC has always been at the forefront of the coated abrasive industry by designing the first-ever semi-flexible disc on fiber, the ZEC Semiflex, and later came the creation of the ZEC Double Coated flexible fiber disc. Afterwards ZEC invented the ZEC Plastic disc, the first-ever semi-flexible disc with a built-in back-up pad/support, also known as the ZEC Wheel. ZEC’s R&D team is now working on the next generation of Type 29 domed semi-flexible abrasive disc.
Original ZEC semi-flexible abrasive discs are manufactured only in their plant in Italy and only with first-rate raw-materials: their unique ZEC technology grants the utmost reliability of the Original ZEC semi-flexible discs, which are always and only marked with their distinctive golden print.
ZEC is a registered trademark and its superior quality products are protected by patents and trademarks world-wide and distributed throughout the world by professional companies for professional users.
ZEC products are reliable in quality, performance and safety as proved by the compliance to the highest safety requirements according to the European Standard EN 13743 and to the ISO 9001 Certification.
For more information contact: ZEC Abrasive Discs S.p.A., Via dei Lavoratori, 1/3 - 20092 - Cinisello Balsamo, Milan, Italy. Tel: +39-02-66048137/66046283. Fax: +39-02-66010326. Email: zec(at)zec(dot)it. Website: http://www.zec.com.