Flat End Carbide Burrs

Flat End Carbide Burrs
Dia (mm) x Burr Length (mm) x Spindle (mm):  
Our Price:  £3.21
List Price:  £3.57
Saving Of:  £0.36 (10%)
(Exc. 20% VAT)

Model:  TB.HA.HM.3x14x3.A
Brand:  Abrasives For Industry

Applications: Flat end cylinder shaped carbide burrs are ideal for reaming out drilled holes to clean edges and remove burrs. They are also useful for running alongside cut or machined metal edges to remove burrs and, if required, apply a chamfer. Most of the range is suitable for ferrous and hard metals, whilst there is a choice of three sizes for non-ferrous metals. Most have 6mm spindles to suit most die-grinders and drill chucks, although there is a 3mm spindle option to suit Dremels and small craft tools.


  • High grade tungsten carbide tip.
  • Cylinder profile with flat (non-cutting) end.
  • Choice of hard metal grade (double fluted) or non-ferrous grade (single fluted).
  • 6mm spindle, with 3mm option (3mm dia burr).

Delivery Options:

We will normally dispatch orders received by 3.00pm on any working day, that same day. Orders valued at below £50.00 + VAT will be given the default 2-3 day delivery throughout UK at a charge of just £3.00, unless next day delivery is selected at just £5.00. Orders valued £50 or over + VAT will be given free express delivery. This will be next working day for most of Great Britain but a little longer in Northern Ireland, Islands and some remote areas.

We can offer a faster Before 1.00pm option for deliveries to most of mainland Britain for an extra £4.00 + VAT.

Saturday delivery is available for most parts of Britain for an extra £10.00 + VAT.

Remote Areas: We do not surcharge deliveries to Northern Ireland, Islands or remote areas of UK, but some options such as next day or before 1.00pm may not be available.

Deliveries Outside UK:

We have carrier contracts that enable us to deliver to most countries. Please ask us for a quote if requiring delivery outside of UK.

For the Republic of Ireland, there is a dedicated website: www.rightlines.ie which will calculate the delivery charge for you. This is normally subsidised and in many cases free.