ARC Takes PREDATOR to the Next Level
Since the world began, Predators have managed to survive and adapt over time. They are known for their speed, agility, and aggressive nature. Predators are specialized in hunting, knowing when to attack. This plays an important part of feeding the ecosystem. Predation has been a major driver of evolution, and that continues to prove itself to this day. We adopted this philosophy for the PREDATOR brand, attacking the metalworking industry with enhanced cut ratios and offering abrasive solutions to impact your bottom line.
When we launched PREDATOR as a standalone brand, we recognized that successful product development depends on the ability to work alongside you in the field, determining the needs of the market at hand. As a direct result of field research and laboratory development, we created a premium blend of proprietary ceramic abrasives that result in additional margin and added value through productivity enhancement and product life. From there, PREDATOR enriched the market by building a reputation for its aggressive stock removal, blending, and deburring on mild steel applications.
American metalworking is forever growing, markets are constantly changing, and the demand for steel is booming. Creating viable solutions to your needs by matching the right grain, to the right application, at the right stage of the metalworking process is critical. Now is the time to adapt. ARC Abrasives is taking this opportunity to further evolve the PREDATOR brand to better communicate to the metalworking and manufacturing markets.
PREDATOR is an innovative, cutting edge technology – and we are further enhancing the offering that will work on all metals. New additions to the family are coming very soon, further redefining the market so that NO METAL STANDS A CHANCE. Be on the lookout for what’s to come, and how that can impact your bottom line. If you have any further questions, feel free to give us a call at 800.888.4885 and let us help you.
Many fear the Predator, but wouldn’t a world without predators be something to fear – even more?