Which one is better, dry grinding or water grinding?
Floor grinding is to produce scratches by rubbing the ground with grinding discs, using different grinding discs for repeated grinding, and continuously covering with finer scratches to achieve the smoothing effect. The methods are divided into dry grinding and water grinding. The two methods are different. Xingyi Machinery will explain them one by one.
Dry grinding is to directly grind the ground, and it is the mainstream method of floor work now. Compared with the water mill, the cost is lower. The dust can be pushed and pushed to directly see the ground grinding situation during the grinding process. The disadvantage is that it is easy to generate dust. The grinding disc has high temperature when used and is easy to wear. The vacuum cleaner solves the problem of flying dust. When connected to the grinder, it also uses wind to cool the grinding disc.
The water mill is used for grinding when the ground is moist, and the wear rate of the water mill disc is slow, and the temperature of the grinding disc is low when used, and the effect is good when grinding hard ground. However, wet ground is prone to electric shock accidents, mud and sewage are difficult to treat and pollute the environment. Construction in the city can easily lead to blockage of pipelines in the city. During water milling, it is impossible to directly observe the grinding of the ground. You need to wait for the ground to dry before you can intuitively feel it.
The two grinding methods have their own advantages, and the grinding method should be selected according to the construction site and customer needs.