Angle Grinder Cutting Discs

Rennie Tool Company stocks a number of quality angle grinder cutting discs that are suitable for any brand of angle grinder. Whether you are working with steel, tiles and stones, or marble and porcelain, Rennie Tool Company provides angle grinder cutting tools that give the best possible finish.

Angle grinders allow you to cut, grind, polish, carve, smooth, sharpen and debur, creating a professional finish to any project. Remember, when wanting to cut, use cutting discs with your angle grinder. When you want to grind, use grinding discs.

Rennie Tool Company angle grinder cutting discs include the following:

Metal and Stainless-Steel Cutting Discs

These inox discs are ideal for cutting and slitting metals, stainless steel, and titanium. Available in packs of 10, they measure 115mm in diameter, are 1.2mm thick with a 22.23mm bore and can be used with all standard angle grinders.

The metal and stainless-steel angle grinder cutting discs are available at £5.40 for a pack of 10. 

Turbo Diamond Angle Grinder Cutting Discs for Tiles and Stones

At 2.2mm thick, the Turbo Diamond cutting blade offers fast and chip-free cutting and grinding for masonry and tiles.

The 2.2mm thin angle grinder cutting blade is available individually at £5.08, excluding VAT.

Masonry and Tile Ultra-Thin Diamond Blade

With a choice of thicknesses of just 1.2mm or 1.4mm, the Rennie Tool Company Turbo Diamond Blades angle grinder is the best choice for cutting a wide range of materials, including ceramics, granite, hard tiles, marble, porcelain, softer stone materials and masonry.

Ideal for producing a precise finish, these discs can be fitted on all standard angle grinders. Its super thin turbo design provides a fast and chip-free cutting for a clean and professional finish.

The ultra-thin angle grinder cutting disc is available individually at £5.29, excluding VAT.

Angle Grinder Safety

Don’t forget to protect yourself when using your angle grinder cutting discs.

  • Make sure you wear the correct PPE – goggles, ear plugs, safety goggles and gloves.
  • The disc is properly fitted and secured onto the grinder.
  • You use two handles to operate the grinder.
  • Don’t put the grinder down after finishing until it has stopped rotating.
  • Remove the plug from the power point before changing the discs.
  • Never use a cutting disc for grinding or a grinding disc for cutting.