Dotco/Cleco: Grinders Introduction



Performance, Versatility & Quality

When it comes to fine finishing applications such as die grinding or de-burring, no tools are better suited for the job than Dotco® grinders. Dotco’s reputation for durability, dependability and versatility is among the highest for fine finishing applications. This is the result of years of continuous improvements in engineering design and manufacturing processes.

Dotco grinders are designed with the operator in mind. They are small, lightweight and comfortable to use, without sacrificing durability. Plus, they incorporate elastomer coatings, and perfectly balanced moving parts to keep vibration to a minimum. This optimal combination of tool characteristics allows the operator to focus doing the best job possible, in the least amount of time.

Tough tools for tough jobs

Cleco® grinders meet the demanding requirements of industries including shipbuilding, pipe fabricating, transportation equipment manufacturing, and welding applications. Since these types of applications typically require a high material removal rate, Cleco grinders incorporate high horsepower/high RPM motors.

To achieve maximum durability, Cleco grinders use top quality precision components and motor assemblies protected by all metal housings.

Grinder Abrasives Guide
Precision Grinders, Carbide Bur and Mounted Wheel Grinders
Used in finishing applications that require a high degree of durability.
Cone and Plug Wheels
Used for general purpose grinding work on mild steel, stainless steel, metal alloys, and cast steel.
Applications include:
Grinding and smoothing
Beveling workpiece edges
Internal grinding
fillets, corners
prior to welding
Mild bending contours
General grinding in confined areas
Type 1 Wheels
Used on portable horizontal shaft tools.
Applications Include:
Notch free grinding
Smoothing out weld seams
Removing seam lines
Pre-weld cleaning
Grinding concrete or
from castings
masonry products
Type 1 Cut-Off Wheels
Applications include cutting carbon and stainless steel, ferrous metals, and cast iron
Type 6 & 11 Cup Wheels
Used on right angle or vertical shaft tools.
Type 6 – Straight Cup Wheels
Type 11 – Flared Cup Wheels
Type 27/28 Depressed Center Wheels
Type 27 wheels are used at an angle to the workpiece between 30º and 45°.
These wheels do not "flat grind."
Type 28 wheels are saucer shaped wheels, which are contoured to provide a correct "built-in"
grinding angle. Consequently, Type 28 wheels may be used for flat contact on the workpiece.
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