Company Profile

Buffalo Abrasives, Inc. was founded in 1988. The company is located in North Tonawanda, New York and occupies the same facilities that were formerly National Grinding Wheel. The company's owners and management team are fourth generation descendents of John J. Russ, who founded National Grinding Wheel in 1923. We have many, many years of experience in manufacturing grinding wheels and more continuity than most other manufacturers.

Buffalo Abrasives, Inc. offers a complete line of grinding wheels, including resin, rubber, shellac and vitrified bonds, and an extensive range of grain types and grit sizes. We focus manufacturing and marketing efforts on high performance, special, made to order products, with over 9000 product formulations. Our comprehensive Quality Assurance program guarantees consistent product performance from wheel to wheel and order to order.

Buffalo Abrasives, Inc. maintains a large inventory of standard products and has short dependable lead times on special made to order products. Our inside sales staff has extensive experience and will respond quickly to phone, fax or e-mail inquiries, with product specifications, pricing, delivery and application information. Our outside sales staff, located in most major trading areas in North America, provides local product application expertise and sales support for distribution.

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We utilize precision scales and high speed mixers to blend our raw materials;  temperature and humidity is closely controlled in the Mixing DepartmentOur raw materials are bar coded and<br> our manufacturing specifications are completely computerized MoldingSide FinishingOD FinishingIn compliance with ANSI B7.1, we speed test wheels 6" diameter and over to induce much higher stresses than during use.  A flaw in the wheel will cause it to fail.