The following buffing and wire wheels all have 1/4" diameter shafts and are ideal for use in our chuck extender (09A01.60).
A. Set of 2 Knotted-Wire Wheels
For those who have never used knotted-wire wheels, they are the most aggressive wire wheels made. Used in manufacturing for burr and flash removal, they are effective in stripping rust (or paint) down to bare metal, preparatory to repainting equipment.
B. Set of 3 Cup Wheels
Made from brass-plated wire, cup brushes let you effectively work both flat and curved surfaces. Less aggressive than knotted-wire wheels, they still do a good job on paint and surface rust. The brushes have 1", 2" and 3" diameters (24mm, 50mm and 75mm). All have integral arbors.
C. Set of 5 Wire Wheels and 3 Arbors
Designed to get into more restricted areas, these brass-plated-wire wheels get into areas none of the other wire wheels can reach. The five wheels range from 1" in diameter and 1/8" wide to 3" in diameter and 1/2" wide. The three arbors fit all the wheels.
D. Tapered Cotton Buffing Wheel
Either chucked directly or used with our chuck extender, this is used to buff all sorts of finishes. For wood, a hard carnauba wax can be applied to the wheel for transfer to the wood, or an existing finish can be buffed directly. The all-cotton wheel is very firm and can be used with light or heavy pressure. It tapers from 2-1/2" (65mm) diameter at the arbor end to 1-5/8" (40mm) at the tip. 1/4" diameter arbor.