A: This is for a bench grinder
A: I can NOT say you can't use it for your application, BUT this is more designed to be used in a bench grinder and NOT a hand drill!! There are "cup style" wire brushes I feel would give you a far better result that DO have a way to mount them in a drill chuck as well!! So my answer is "No but you could try it!" but there isn't really any way I can think of safely to mount it in a drill as the center hole is for a 5.8 inch arbor (which is pretty large)!
A: Don't use a cordless drill for this job. You'll burn the motor out...quickly. A corded drill is better. One that is over 1amp. The job you're about to undertake will take a lot of time. Have fun with it though!
A: I think i would use a power washer instead..
A: Like the description says, 6” across. 1” thick.
A: 6” face. 1/2” arbor
A: one inch wide /6 inch diameter , cleaning rebar, lasted less than 2 hours would not recommend for anything serious .....
A: It has a 5/8" arbor and comes with a 1/2" bushing (spacer) in case your bench grinder has a 1/2" shaft!
A: The arbor is 5/8".
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A: This will fit.
A: I wish you luck I am trying to find an adaptor for the same because I already bought this one. Adaptor needs to be 5/8 outside Diameter and 1/2 inside diameter and i'm guessing about 1/2" long or so. I have already looked on ebay, there is a company in Norway or around there that makes 5/8" and up but nothing smaller sofar.
A: Probably I turn a bushing on the lathe. Almost anybody with a metal lathe and good basic turning skills could make it. It would probably cost to much ti have it done at a shop, but the guy who is always tinkering in his home shop would probably do it for nothing if you have been a good neighbor and pitched in when he needed a hand.