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7 in. 16-Grit Abrasive Grinding Discs (3-Pack)

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  • For removing adhesives and coating from concrete surfaces
  • Constructed of silicon carbide
  • Delivers 8500 RPM
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Product Details

Use RIDGID 7 in. 16-Grit Abrasive Grinding Discs with your 7 in. grinder. These three discs were designed to remove adhesives, sealants and coating from concrete surfaces. It was made of silicon carbide and delivers up to 8500 RPM.
  • For most 7 in. grinders
  • Ideal for removing adhesives, sealants and coating from concrete surfaces
  • Silicon carbide construction
  • 5/8 in. adapter
  • Suitable for operations up to 8500 RPM
  • Includes three discs
  • Note: Product may vary by store
  • Return Policy
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Questions & Answers

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Q:Can these be used on a 7" sander/buffer that runs at 3000rpm?
by|Dec 19, 2021
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A:  Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, We have reached out to the manufacturer and their answer is, This product is designed to be used on 7in angle grinders, and is not recommended for a 7” buffer/sander.”

by|Dec 28, 2021
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    Q:My home sidewalk is so smooth and dangerous when welulut, is this appropriately designed to rough...
    by|Jun 24, 2019
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    A:  We do not recommend using the 7in. 16-Grit Abrasive Grinding Disc to rough up concrete to create a non-slip surface. These discs are manufactured to remove adhesives and coating from concrete.

    by|Jul 1, 2019
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      Q:What is the purpose of the adaptor? Are there female threads in the adaptor that are not mention...
      by|May 19, 2017
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      A:  I didn't need to use the adaptor.

      by|Apr 7, 2018

        A:  not necessary very useful for dust collection Like some kind of shroud around the dics.

        by|Sep 26, 2018
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          Q:Will these do light sanding / grinding on a thin concrete topping? I have resurfaced an exterior...
          by|May 14, 2017
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          A:  Yup, removed the surface of my concrete floor...if I pushed down hard enough, it really dug in deep.

          by|Jun 15, 2020
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            A:  Yes. Silicon carbide is meant to lightly sand rock type surfaces without sparks.

            by|Jun 15, 2020
              1 found this answer helpful

              A:  In my experience this disc is much better suited for wood.

              by|Jun 15, 2020
                1 found this answer helpful
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                Clean glue off concrete
                This Disc works great for cleaning concrete , use with angle grinder with dust shroud and it cleans glue ,paint, mud , Thin set off concrete Flatten cracks in concrete NEVER EVER GRIND OLD ASBESTOS GLUES AND BACKINGS
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                They work well but they don't last very long.
                They work well but they don't last very long.
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                It worked like I hoped it would...I needed it to remove mastic, paint and drywall mud the contrac...
                It worked like I hoped it would...I needed it to remove mastic, paint and drywall mud the contractors left hidden under the carpet. Several drawbacks were the concrete floor is uneven so it misses the low spots and it's not pliable enough to conform. A major issue was the center of the disc is not shallow enough so the head of the 5/8-11 bolt protruded beyond the the cutting surface metalizing the floor creating more marks to remove. I had to remove the washer on the bolt so it was recessed...this seemed to work. I'd like to try the 8-grit version next.
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                best posible product for that specific job
                I had to strip some epoxy enamel off my garage floor that one of my tenants used on it. I looked in to diamond blades but you have to be very careful not to scourge the concrete, so had to try something else; then looked into using some bid blaster and that was out of the question since the machine costs friend $ 30,000.00 so again that was not cool I asked a friend of mine and he recommended this product. once we learned how to use it, it took us about 2 hrs 2 guys to do the whole floor. we could even use one hand on the grinder and go side to side! ( NOT recommended), as long as we kept on changing the wheels the paint came off so easily 2 packs( 6 wheels) was well worth it and now the used wheels I can use on wooden fascia boards and rough lumber
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