Surface-finishing discs

  • 24-May-2013 07:01 EDT
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Saint-Gobain Abrasives’ Norton Rapid Prep surface-finishing discs, which are made of nonwoven nylon impregnated with abrasive grain and a smear-free resin, are suited for surface-finishing applications such as removing surface defects, oxides, and corrosion; deburring; mold cleaning; and blending uneven edges and marks. Norton Vortex Rapid Prep’s design is claimed to enable up to four times the performance of other surface-finishing products on the market. For use with right-angle grinders, in-line grinders, and die grinders, the products feature an open structure that resists loading on softer materials such as aluminum and provide good surface finishing on hard materials such as cast iron, steel, nickel, and alloys, increasing overall operational efficiency.

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