Flap Discs

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Faithfull Zirconium Abrasive Flap Disc

6 types from £3.95

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BlueSpot Flap Disc 115mm

4 types from £1.49

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Faithfull Zirconia Abrasive Jumbo Flap Disc

6 types from £4.95

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Bosch Expert X551 for Metal Angled Flap Disc

8 types from £2.49

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Bosch Zirconium Abrasive Flap Disc

11 types from £2.95

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Sealey Zirconium Abrasive Flap Disc

17 types from £2.49

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Bosch Expert X551 for Metal Flap Disc

6 types from £2.49

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Bosch X Lock Zirconium Abrasive Flap Disc

8 types from £2.49

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Bosch X Lock Surface Conditioning Flap Disc

6 types from £7.49

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Flexovit Abrasive Flap Disc

4 types from £4.49

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Garryson Zirconium Abrasive Flap Disc

4 types from £4.95

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Garryson DIY Zirconium Abrasive Flap Disc

5 types from £7.95

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Stanley Aluminium Oxide Flap Disc

2 types £12.95

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Draper Zirconium Oxide Flap Disc

2 types from £1.95

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Draper Zirconium Oxide Flap Discs

9 types from £1.49

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Sealey Aluminium Abrasive Flap Disc

12 types from £1.49

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Draper Aluminium Oxide Flap Discs

6 types from £1.49

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Bosch X571 Best for Metal Straight Flap Disc

7 types from £3.95

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Bosch Expert X551 for Metal Straight Flap Disc

5 types from £2.49

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Flap Discs

Flap Discs Information

Flap discs are abrasive accessories for angle grinders which are constructed with lots of individual strips (or flaps) of abrasive material arranged on top of each other. As the disc wears down fresh abrasive material is continuously exposed, meaning the discs can be used until they are completely worn out, with little reduction in performance. Flap discs are most commonly used for grinding and sanding applications. Although they are more expensive than standard grinding discs, they confer several advantages: firstly, as they are not prone to bursting they are safer to use. Secondly, they are much more versatile. Although they are primarily used on metal, flap discs can also be used on materials like wood, eg for coarse sanding or shaping tasks. Thirdly, a much finer finish can be achieved when grinding metal than would normally be possible with a standard grinding disc. This means flap discs are often preferred where the final appearance of the workpiece is important, and some of the less aggressive variants can even be used for polishing.

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