What is a Louver Wheel?
The louver wheel, also known as the 100-page wheel, is a simplified version of the thousand-blade wheel. It is commonly used in automatic, electric, and manual grinding machines as well as polishing machines for grinding and polishing tasks. It falls under the category of industrial consumables.
The impeller's base is made of materials such as mesh, nylon, plastic, steel paper, etc. The number of blades varies and is evenly distributed in a fan-like shape. The most common particle sizes are 36#, 60#, and 80#, with an outer diameter ranging from 4" to 7". The louver wheel is installed in angle grinders and is used for grinding and smoothing of welding seams and sharp edges. It can be used interchangeably with grinding wheels and offers advantages such as elasticity, high efficiency, good heat dissipation, and low noise. It can be a substitute for resin grinding wheels. The louver wheel possesses strong elasticity, high tensile and flexural strength, self-sharpening properties, and a high grinding rate. It generates low noise levels and is suitable for grinding welding seams and flashing in enclosed spaces. It is predominantly used for grinding and polishing various stainless steel and carbon steel structural parts