Pipe, hose, and tubing are used to move materials such as air, water, gasoline, and chemicals from one place to another. Hoses are flexible, pipe is rigid, and tubing can be either flexible or rigid. Fittings and couplings are used to connect pipe, hose, and tube to tools and equipment or to join sections of pipe, hose, and tube together in a system.

Hose products include hoses and the parts that are used to connect, install, and maintain them. Hoses are used to move materials such as air, water, gasoline, and chemicals from one place to another for tasks such as watering plants, powering pneumatic equipment, venting fumes, vacuuming dust, transferring liquids and bulk materials to storage containers, and pumping water. Hose fittings and couplings are installed on the ends of hoses to allow the hoses to be connected to tools, equipment, accessories, and other hoses. Hose reels keep hoses organized and out of the way when not in use. Hose accessories include nozzles, repair kits, hangers, and other parts that are used with hoses to install and maintain them and improve their functionality.


Hose Fitting and Coupling

Hose fittings and couplings are parts used to create custom hose assemblies for carrying air, water, fluids, and chemicals through a pipe system. They are often used to join hoses that have different thread types or sizes. Garden hose fittings and couplings connect garden hoses to a water source, accessory, or to each other. Fire hose fittings and hydrant adapters join fire hoses to nozzles, hydrants, fire trucks, and other water sources. Steam hose fittings, couplings, and clamps connect steam hoses to compatible equipment in steam systems. Multipurpose hose fittings and couplings connect multipurpose hoses to carry air, water, or chemicals through a pipe system. Hydraulic hose fittings and couplings connect hydraulic hoses to pipe, equipment, and other hoses in hydraulic systems.


Cam and Groove Fittings

Cam and groove fittings connect and disconnect hose or pipe fittings on industrial containers in low-pressure fluid-handling applications.

Fire hose fittings and hydrant adapters are parts that connect fire hoses to hydrants, fire trucks, or building water sources. They are commonly used in fire hose assemblies to convey water in emergency-response and firefighting applications, as well as for maintenance applications in industrial plants and municipal garages. Fire hose and hydrant caps and plugs protect the open ends of fire hydrants and hoses while not in use. Fire hose and hydrant adapters allow firefighters to quickly connect fire hoses to hydrants.

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Tube Fittings

Compression tube fittings connect without tools and can be used with PEX, LDPE, MDPE, HDPE, copper, CTS, CPVC, and polybutylene tubing in low-pressure fluid applications.

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Band Clamps

Band clamp options from Grainger can be ideal for jobs that require fit-all connectors. A band clamp is versatile yet permanent, with hundreds of uses. Use a band galvanized or stainless steel clamp to help secure a hose and adapter, insulation to interior pipes, or foam padding to a railing. Band clamps come in a range of adjustable sizes and can fit most interior diameters. Just slide them on and help tighten with a compatible clamping tool.

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Commercial motors and industrial motors are designed to keep specific systems and equipment running, including residential HVAC systems, farm equipment, pumps, and vacuum systems. Motor supplies are used to repair and maintain motors, improve their efficiency, mount them in place, and adapt them for use in specific tasks. Motor speed controls and soft starts help regulate the speed of electric motors for optimal control and performance.


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HVAC Motor

HVAC motors power HVAC equipment to provide heating, cooling, and air circulation in indoor environments. They are commonly used in air coolers, roof ventilators, air circulators, and condensing units. Belt-drive motors drive a belt or pulley to power equipment and allow for adjustable operating speeds. Direct-drive motors include condenser fan motors, pedestal fan motors, room air conditioner motors, and unit heater motors. They mount directly to the drive shaft of HVAC equipment, which minimizes friction during operation and increases efficiency. Direct-drive motors produce less noise and vibration than belt-drive motors. C-frame motors are suitable for use in small fans, such as in range hoods and electric heaters. Draft booster motors and oil burner motors power fans and pumps in gas furnaces and oil burners. OEM replacement motors, 3.3″ diameter motors, and 4.4″ diameter motors are typically used to replace damaged motors with the same specifications in compatible equipment.

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​Commercial motors and industrial motors are designed to keep specific systems and equipment running, including residential HVAC systems, farm equipment, pumps, and vacuum systems. Motor supplies are used to repair and maintain motors, improve their efficiency, mount them in place, and adapt them for use in specific tasks. Motor speed controls and soft starts help regulate the speed of electric motors for optimal control and performance.

Three-phase IEC metric motors are electric motors that have metric dimensions and work on AC power. They adhere to the electrical and dimension standards of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) instead of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA). These motors are commonly used in countries outside the US to power fans, pumps, conveyors, and compressors that require IEC electrical standards.


General Purpose AC Motor

Ideal for hard-to-start applications, these general purpose motors help to get equipment going. They feature totally enclosed, fan-cooled motor enclosures, which help to resist contamination by preventing air from moving freely between the inside and outside of the frame. They also employ fans to blow outside over the motor to stay cool, rather than allowing outside air to freely circulate through the motor interiors.

General purpose AC motors are electric motors driven by alternating current. Also called induction motors, they use a rotating magnetic field to generate energy. AC motors are efficient, durable, and quiet, making them a good choice for powering pumps, blowers, conveyors, and machine tools. Single-phase AC motors use single-phase power that is typically found in homes. Three-phase AC motors work on three-phase electrical power, which is commonly found in large-scale industrial applications. Three-phase IEC metric motors have metric dimensions and are commonly used in countries outside the U.S. to power equipment that requires International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) electrical standards.


Plumbing supplies such as bathroom fixtures, faucets, drains, pipe, fittings, and plumbing hardware are used to build and maintain plumbing systems. Ball valves, check valves, and other plumbing valves are used for controlling flow, pressure, and temperature in commercial, residential, and industrial plumbing systems. Filters, strainers, and other filtration equipment remove unwanted chemicals and contaminants from a water supply. Electric or gas water heaters provide hot water for buildings.

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Pipe, Tubing and Fittings

Pipe, tubing, and fittings carry gas and water in plumbing, A/C, refrigeration, and industrial applications.


Filtration systems

Looking for high-quality water filtration systems suitable for drinking and cooking? Grainger can help! You’ll find drinking water systems here with carbon block filter media that can reduce sediment, dirt and rust, lead, chlorine taste and odor. Filters help reduce cysts and VOCs. Plastic filter cartridge housings help to deliver high filtration efficiency and sediment capacity while helping to protect against pressure surges and water hammer. Get an icemaker inline filter to help ensure clean, clear ice dispensing. Shop Grainger today for a wide range of dependable filtration systems.



Gaskets help seal surfaces and prevent leaks. Ring gaskets are used with plumbing fixtures to create tight seals in plumbing repair, maintenance, or installation jobs. Sheet gaskets are used to create custom gaskets. Cam-and-groove gaskets provide a tight seal between couplings in low-pressure fluid applications such as regulators and pumps. Sanitary gaskets are used in piping systems for the food, dairy, beverage, pharmaceutical, and biotech industries.
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Sheet and Ring Gaskets

Spiral Wound Metal Gasket help seal surfaces and prevent leaks. They’re used in plumbing repair, maintenance or installation jobs, and other projects requiring a tight seal.


Lubrication keeps motors, tools, and mechanical equipment well-oiled so they can run smoothly. Apply silicone lubricants, bearing greases, machine oils, and other lubricant products to moving parts to reduce friction between them and avoid corrosion and seizing that can lead to costly downtime. Grease guns, degreasers, grease fittings, and flexible hose lubrication systems can be used to apply or remove industrial lubricants for routine maintenance or on-site repairs.

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Lubricants & Penetrating Lubricants

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Lubricants reduce friction, wear, and overheating in mechanical equipment by preventing surfaces from rubbing against each other. These fluids can be applied to parts such as wheels or hinges to coat them with a slippery film that helps them move more smoothly. This extends the life of machinery by protecting moving parts such as cables, gears, belts, and chains. Some lubricants are specially formulated to perform best on electrical components, belts and pulleys, packaging chutes, or oven-chain conveyors. General purpose lubricants are suitable for reducing friction, wear, and squeaking in a variety of applications.



General Purpose Lubricant

Penetrating lubricants loosen fasteners or bolts that are stuck or frozen in place so they can be removed or separated. These liquids seep into crevices or small spaces between threaded parts to release them. They can displace moisture and prevent corrosion between fasteners. Penetrating lubricants evaporate more quickly than other lubricants, so they are better used for short-term lubrication.


Lubricant Pump

Lubricant pumps (sometimes called grease pumps) move large volumes of oil, grease, or other lubricants from a storage container or reservoir. They provide operator control of the lubricant flow rate and allow dispensing exactly where needed. They’re often used for applying lubricant onto moving machinery parts and into hard-to-reach areas. Air-operated grease pumps run on compressed air to dispense grease more consistently and with less effort than manual grease pumps. Bearing packers (also called grease packers) remove old grease from ball or roller bearings and refill them with new grease. Manual grease pumps are portable, hand-powered pumps. Oil pumps dispense oil from a container to machinery or transfer oil to small containers or reservoirs.

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Oilers, Reservoirs and Sprayers

Oilers, reservoirs, and sprayers dispense oil or other lubricants onto equipment to help prevent wear, keep metal parts cool, and provide a layer of protection against corrosion. They ensure that the right amount of lubricant is dispensed. Oiler cans and reservoirs are ideal for jobs where lubricants need to be applied to precise areas. Sprayers dispense oil over a large area.

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Fasteners are used for fastening and securing materials such as wood, metal, plastic, or concrete. They include nuts and bolts, threaded rods, structural bolts, machine screws, wedge anchors, washers, rivets, and more in a variety of types and sizes, including metric and inch. Fastener manuals and tech sheets include information such as torque values and fastener dimensions to help you find the right fastener supplies for your job.

The Nord-Lock Group believes that no one should have to question the integrity of the mechanical systems that play such a critical role in our way of life. As a global leader in engineering and bolting technologies, we strengthen public and industrial infrastructures.

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Material handling equipment is used to move, store, or ship items efficiently. Conveyor systems reduce the effort it takes to move heavy or bulky materials from one location to another. Shelving and storage racks help to keep tools, materials, and supplies organized and accessible in commercial and industrial facilities. Dollies and movers reduce effort when moving heavy industrial equipment and office furniture. Carts and trucks are used to push, lift, and position bulky or cumbersome items. Hoisting and lifting equipment and hardware can help reduce injuries when raising heavy items.

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Hoisting Equipment

Hoisting equipment uses a system of pulleys and chains or rope to lift and transport heavy loads. Electric hoists use an electrical motor to lift heavy loads with the push of a button. Air chain hoists are powered by compressed air for applications where electricity is either unavailable or not suitable for the task. Manual hoists allow a single person to lift loads with no need for motors or a power supply of any kind. Radio remote controls and accessories enhance and maintain hoist functioning.

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Conveyors and Components

Conveyors move loads along a path and reduce the effort it takes to move them from one place to another in industrial applications. Skate wheel conveyors require minimal force or slope for moving light loads and maintain the orientation of loads as they travel around the conveyors’ curves. Roller conveyors can move light to heavy loads and support loads with rimmed or uneven bottoms. Ball transfer conveyors let loads move in all directions on the conveyor. They are often installed at points along a conveyor line where loads need to change direction, move to an adjacent conveyor, or be rotated or positioned during conveying. Belt conveyors keep the position of conveyed items stable as they move, are less likely to jostle or bump fragile items than other types of conveyors, and can support irregularly shaped items. Conveyor support stands, conveyor hardware, conveyor brushes, and conveyor guides are used to install conveyors, support conveyors, and direct material flow on conveyors.

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Caster and Wheels

Casters and wheels are used on equipment such as furniture, machinery, or carts to allow the equipment to roll when it needs to be moved or repositioned. They reduce the effort it takes to move the equipment. Casters each have a wheel that is mounted on an axle and connected to a plate, stem, or other mounting assembly that attaches to the equipment. Wheels have a hole in the center and mount onto the axles or spindles of casters, wheelbarrows, and other material-handling equipment.


Pallet Trucks and Pallet Moving Equipment

Pallet trucks and pallet moving equipment have a flat surface and some sort of lifting mechanism. They are used to lift and move stacked or heavily loaded pallets throughout a facility. Pallet jacks, also known as pallet trucks, feature long forks to support pallets from underneath, and have wheels, handles, and hydraulic or electric lift capabilities that allow users to move pallets with little effort. Pallet lifters and tilters use a fork design to maneuver crates, pallets and boxes into working position. Pallet positioners and level loaders have a flat table-like surface that raises, lowers, tilts, and rotates freight.

Lifting equipment raises and positions freight for access, loading, and storage. Lifting tables, pallet positioners, and level loaders position freight at an ergonomic height for packing or assembly jobs. Material lifts move heavy loads on the loading dock, in the warehouse, and at the jobsite. Pallet lifters and tilters maneuver crates, pallets and boxes into a working position. Cylinder lift trucks move cylinders into place on a welder.


Machining is a process in which material is removed from a workpiece to shape or finish it into a desired form. Drilling, holemaking, milling, turning, and threading tools are attached to compatible machinery such as a lathes, drill presses, or CNC machines to perform machining operations on the workpiece. The workpiece is typically a piece of raw material, sheets or rolls of stock, or an existing part, and the machine setup is typically guided by the type of material being worked on and the amount of material to be removed from the workpiece. Machine tool accessories, metalworking fluids, toolholders, precision measuring tools, and other supplies support the machining operation for optimal results.

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Machinery is used to create finished parts in machining tasks. Milling machines progressively remove material from workpieces to create features on the workpieces. Drilling machines create holes in workpieces. Lathes remove material from rotating workpieces to shape and size them and to add features such as threads. Grinding and buffing machines help sharpen or soften edges, polish or smooth surfaces, and shape material. 3D printers deposit thin layers of material on top of each other to create simple or complex 3D objects. Fabrication machinery is used to punch, form, bend, and press heavy gauge metals. Downdraft tables have built-in suction and ventilation that help keep work areas free of fumes, smoke, and dust.

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Tool Holder and Accessories

Tool holders and accessories connect bits and tooling with compatible machinery. Collet chucks apply 360° clamping force to securely hold tooling in lathes, grinders, and milling machines. Holders secure drills, end mills, face mills, rotary broaches, shell mills, spade blades, taper shanks, and shrink-fit tools onto machines.

Machine tool accessories facilitate machining tasks. Drill extensions can access tight areas and hard-to-reach spots during drilling tasks. Box parallels keep work parallel or raised at a level where it can be reached by cutting tools. 4-way parallels are used inside of a vice to lift a workpiece higher for milling, drilling, and grinding applications. Angle plates and angle irons stabilize parts during machining tasks to prevent movement or distortion. Cam handles allow parts to be fastened and unfastened without using tools in operations where the parts only have to be loosened. Chuck keys tighten and loosen drill chucks when installing and removing bits from the chuck. Chuck key holders securely attach a chuck key to the cord of a hand drill to help prevent the key from getting lost. Collets hold tools in place on drills, milling machines, and lathes. Detent, lock, pop, and plunger pins prevent spindles, axles, wheels, or machine accessories from moving during machining tasks.



Milling is a machining process in which a rotating milling tool removes material from the surface of a piece of stock. It is used to create parts with a wide range of shapes and features, such as pockets and slots. Milling tools are installed on a CNC (computer numerical control) or manually controlled milling machine to perform milling tasks. End mills have cutting edges on their nodes and sides and are used to create parts with complex shapes and profiles. Thread mills form internal and external threads on existing holes. Keyseat cutters create grooves in shafts for mating keyed parts to the shafts. Mold and die milling tools have tapered sides and are used for creating molds and dies. Engraving tools are used to cut letters, numbers, and designs on parts. Router bits remove material from workpieces to create decorative edges and other features.

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Drilling and Holemaking

Drilling and holemaking tools create and finish holes in a workpiece. Drill bits remove material from a workpiece to make a hole. Reamers enlarge, smooth, or contour an existing hole in a workpiece for a precise fit when installing fasteners or other parts. Counterbores, countersinks, chamfering tools, and porting tools contour the hole to accommodate fasteners and other parts. Extensions, bushings, guides, and other accessories may be used with the tools to help boost efficiency and hole quality in drilling and holemaking tasks. Drill bit sharpeners and storage cases and cabinets help keep tools organized and ready for use.


Hand tools and power tools can be used on jobsites or in production facilities to measure, cut, fasten, and form materials. Hand tools include clamps, cutting tools, measuring tools, hammers, screwdrivers, and wrenches. Power tools include cordless and corded drills, drivers, impact wrenches, reciprocating saws, sanders, and angle grinders.

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Hand and Power Tools

Professionals worldwide prefer Proto Industrial Tools for their outstanding quality, durability, and dependability. Proto industrial hand tools are designed for heavy-duty industrial applications, including uses in mining, refineries, chemical production, manufacturing, transportation and fleet maintenance. Developed according to strict ergonomic standards, Proto tools offer special advantages such as unique designs to ensure faster, easier work for the professional craftsman. Every tool Stanley Proto manufactures represents unsurpassed innovation, production, and integrity. Shop at Grainger for your Proto Industrial Tools.

Wrenches tighten and loosen bolts, nuts, and other fasteners and are used in metalworking, plumbing, and electrical applications. Adjustable wrenches have jaws that can be opened and closed to ensure a tight grip on fastener heads. Chain wrenches and tongs turn smooth cylindrical objects, such as pipe. Strap wrenches fit around large or irregular shapes to grip and turn parts. Electric impact wrenches offer high torque output for heavy-duty fastening applications in automotive repair, heavy equipment maintenance, and product assembly. Spanner wrenches have a pin that locks into a hole to prevent the wrench from slipping when turned. Striking and slugging wrenches can be hit with a hammer to apply additional force on stuck or frozen parts.


Hand and Power Tools

A reliable cordless impact wrench from Grainger can help you get the big jobs done whether you work in construction, automotive, or another industry that requires powerful torque. New battery technology helps provide cordless impact wrenches with consistent power and quick recharge. Choose from the brands you use everyday and add this valuable tool to your toolbox. Find a cordless impact wrench that can fit your applications at Grainger.
DeWALT® 20V Cordless Combination Kits provide the cordless tools you need in one kit for easy carry and storage. Each tool is powered by the same battery pack and charger. Choose combination kits for cutting, driving, drilling, fastening, and more.

Electrical Tools

Greenlee sets the standard for professional-grade woodworking and electrical tools. Specifically designed and manufactured to access and work in unusual spaces, find a broad range of tools from holemaking and bending tools to test and measurement instruments. With a commitment to keeping pace to changing technology, Greenlee operates in modern facilities with state-of-the-art production equipment. You can depend on Greenlee tools to outlast and outperform the competition. Greenlee delivers a full line of woodworking and electrical tools from holemaking and bending tools to test and measurement instruments. Order your Greenlee tools from Grainger.
Punch round holes in sheet steel, aluminum, brass and types of plastic with manual knockout punch kits. Ideal for electrical pipe or conduit, these kits have an easy-to-use tightening draw bolt design for applying pressure. They’re popular with electricians and plumbers but work great in any application where a smooth, precise hole is needed. Manual knockout punch kits available in several sizes and types for each task at hand.

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Pneumatic Tool and Equipment

Pistol Style Air Impact Wrenches offer comfort and control at multiple angles. They use pneumatic pressure to deliver high amounts of torque to nuts and bolts. Light-duty and general-duty wrenches are ideal for automotive, basic maintenance, and light production applications. Industrial-duty models withstand rough handling and offer high durability and performance in production, manufacturing, or assembly environments.
D-Handle Style Air Impact Wrenches use pneumatic pressure to deliver high amounts of torque to nuts and bolts. The D-shaped handles allow users to maintain control and pressure directly on the tool in line with the direction of operation. General-duty wrenches are ideal for automotive, basic maintenance, and light production applications. Industrial-duty models withstand rough handling and offer high durability and performance in production, manufacturing, or assembly environments.

Files and Sets

Hand files and rasps from Grainger can smooth and shape wood and metal fast. A round file is a tapered implement that can enlarge round holes and smooth intricate edging, especially in fine furniture work. For sheer versatility, a half-round file can do the job of two files. With its rounded and flat edges, this file can smooth both concave and flat wood or metal surfaces. A flat file has the durability to smooth machinery parts to help your machines perform at peak condition. Hand files and sets from Grainger include these basic file types as well as others to suit your latest work material challenge. Shop here today.

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Adhesives, tapes, and sealants are used to bond, repair, and protect a wide range of materials. Duct and cloth tape are commonly used for sealing ducts, securing cable, and making repairs. Filament and strapping tape are reinforced with fibers that help prevent the tape from snapping when pulled tight. Film and masking tapes are often used to protect surfaces and splice paper. Foam tape provides an insulating barrier between surfaces that helps dampen vibration and noise. Industrial adhesives, epoxies, and glues can provide additional reinforcement for building materials such as subflooring. They can also be used to join materials in applications where fasteners cannot be used, such as wood joinery or weather stripping.


Threadlockers and Gasket Sealants

Threadlockers and gasket sealants are liquid and tape-based sealants that are applied to parts before joining in order to fill gaps and create tight seals. Gasket sealants are applied to seal gasket flanges on windows and doors, or other plastic, metal, and fabric parts to prevent gas and fluid leaks. Pipe sealant tape wraps around threads to create a watertight and airtight seal with eased threading and removal. Pipe sealant liquid is applied to tapered threads to seal gaps and prevent leakage. Retaining compounds securely join two unthreaded parts without machining them or using mechanical fasteners. Threadlockers, sometimes called thread sealants, secure threaded joints to prevent loosening and seepage of gases or liquids. Valve sealants lubricate valves while providing a tight seal that prevents corrosion in gas and oil, refinery, and petrochemical applications.

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Adhesives and Glues

Adhesives and glues are liquid substances that hold materials together and prevent separation after drying. They often form a permanent bond. Industrial adhesives and glues help to provide additional reinforcement for building materials, such as threaded rods anchored in concrete, or subfloor nailed to floor joists. Commercial adhesives also join materials in applications where metal fasteners are not suitable, such as wood joinery or weather-stripping installation.

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Concrete and Asphalt

Concrete and asphalt are strong, durable building materials comprised of binders and aggregates, such as rock, sand, or gravel. Concrete and asphalt are initially mixed in a pliable, semi-viscous state prior to application. After setting, they harden into a durable solid state, making them ideal for new construction, such as sidewalks, driveways, and roads, or in maintenance and repair applications such as patching and tuckpointing. Concrete is a mixture of Portland cement and aggregate that hardens into a strong and durable building material commonly used to set posts and pour foundations. Mortar is used to build and repair brick or block walls or to fill gaps and cracks in concrete and masonry walls. It has lower strength, retains more water, and has a higher air content than concrete.
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Abrasives remove material from a workpiece. Sanding discs, sanding belts, sandpaper, deburring tools, and other industrial abrasive products eliminate rough edges, nicks, and notches from metal workpieces or shave off layers of wood. Grinding and cut-off wheels cut, grind, sand, or finish metal, glass, wood, brick, or concrete surfaces. Abrasive-blasting equipment delivers abrasives at high pressures to clean and finish surfaces. Polishing and buffing abrasives leave a smooth, lustrous finish on a workpiece for an attractive appearance. Abrasive accessories such as sharpening stones and abrasive dressing products help keep tools ready for the next job.

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SandPaper and Kits

Sandpaper has a stiff paper or fabric backing material covered with an abrasive substance such as aluminum oxide, silicon carbide, diamond, garnet, or emery. It removes small amounts of material to debur, polish, buff, and finish wood, metal, fiberglass, drywall, and plastic surfaces. Sandpaper sheet kits offer multiple sheets with abrasive grades ranging from coarse for removing material, to fine for buffing and polishing. Industrial sandpaper rolls are suitable for larger projects or shop environments, allowing workers to tear off the amount of sandpaper they need. Sandpaper sheets are pre-cut.

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Grinding and Cut-Off Wheels

Grinding wheels and cut-off wheels are covered in abrasive grit and used for grinding, cutting, and machining applications. Grinding wheels remove material from metal, glass, wood, brick, or concrete. Cut-off wheels cut or notch these surfaces. Wheels are used with power tools and industrial machines such as angle grinders or bench grinders. Cup grinding wheels are used in applications such as smoothing welding seams and preparing surfaces for painting. Diamond and CBN grinding wheels are used in toolmaking and sharpening applications.

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Abrasive Brushes and Wheel Kits

Abrasive brushes are made with coarse strands of material and are used with power tools to polish, debur, clean, or buff surfaces, as well as remove rust, scale, paint, and welding spatter. Abrasive radial discs and brushes remove paints, stains, adhesives and rust from surfaces. Wire cup brushes clean and smooth hard-to-reach areas and curved or angled surfaces. Disc brushes debur large flat areas and remove rust. End brushes polish or clean small surface areas, such as on tools or dies. Spiral and tube brushes debur and clean blind and threaded holes. Wheel brushes provide high-strength, aggressive brushing, and remove paint and corrosion from surfaces.

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