When considering which sandpaper is best used for a particular job, there are a large number of different abrasive mop disc, grains and grit in the market. It’s hard to know what to choose for your job. This article will introduce the best abrasive mop disc to use based on your requirements.
Different sandpaper particles
The density of sandpaper grit will not only affect the success of your sanding project, but the type of abrasive will also affect the density of the sandpaper. The following is a brief description of the more common types of abrasive particles used in sandpaper products.
BINIC sand tray alumina (usually brown) is a durable synthetic grit that is ideal for sanding and polishing all types of metals, including bronze and alloy steels, as well as for all types of wood. Ideal. Unfortunately, this grain is not an INOX (iron-free) grade and therefore not suitable for processing on stainless steel. Therefore, BINIC does not sell abrasive mop disc for this grain.
Zirconium/zirconia (usually blue/green) is suitable for all materials including wood, fiberglass, metal, brass, aluminum and 125mm 5″ fiber sanding stainless steel, including painted surfaces. Unlike zirconia, which can be used on mild steel and stainless steel, it cuts faster and lasts four to five times longer than abrasive mop disc. This grain is durable and ideal for grinding off burrs on metal and initial sanding. Rough wood. When grinding metal with zirconia alumina, the grit particles actually become sharper, so you don’t have to change the sandpaper frequently. BINIC particles such as fiber discs and flaps.
Ceramic sand abrasive mop disc ceramic abrasive particles (usually red) are in the highest range for both effective cutting capacity and sustainable use of the disc. It is very hard, sharp and durable, and does not blunt quickly due to its extremely high density, making it ideal for corrosive material removal in wood and all types of metals, including stainless steel. This makes abrasive mop disc the best choice for removing wood chips and sanding all surfaces of wood or metal. Therefore, ceramic abrasive mop disc are generally more popular in thicker gravel. Ceramic abrasives are rugged and last longer than alumina and zirconia.
Different abrasive mop disc for angle grinders
Fiber abrasive mop disc 4″ 100mm zirconia fiber sandpaper
The fiber disc is made of sandpaper and is a abrasive mop disc with a round hole or a star in the center. They are made of a hard, card-like backing and are coated with a variety of abrasive materials, typically used with rubber or polyurethane backing on angle grinders. They are the recommended abrasive mop disc for medium to light cutting on neutral and lightweight stainless steel. Resin fiber discs are used on the pad of angle grinders for a wide range of applications, from fine and rough sanding, hybrid welding, deburring and descaling. The most common use of fiber abrasive mop disc is to polish paint layers, polish back welds and weld spatters, or to restore work to bare metal.The 5-inch 125 mm zirconia flap flap is a very popular sanding product due to its versatility and long-lasting design characteristics. It can be used directly in angle grinders without the need for a sanding pad. In most applications, the compact disc design removes material quickly and efficiently. Their design allows the blades of each abrasive mop disc to fall cleanly after the abrasive is used up, exposing the fresh side of the new abrasive to the underlying abrasive mop disc. In essence, the design of the flap allows the abrasive particles to be effectively cut as long as possible and then cleanly released to open fresh cutting particles on the underlying flaps to provide a more consistent finish and a uniform cutting rate. The flap is one of the best abrasive mop disc for quick removal of stock, deburring of the weld and grinding.
Ribbon strip Poly Strip Disc rust paint
The main application of using “poly strip disc” or “strip disc” is important to keep the substrate or underlying material almost unchanged. All other cleaning tools, such as abrasive mop disc, abrasive mop disc and baffles, remove the underlying wood or steel, for example, once the paint is removed, the surface is damaged. The value of using a ribbon disc in this case is that it removes rust or paint on the surface without having to start removing the underlying steel, fiberglass or wood. It is very popular in the automotive industry that a multi-adhesive strip can remove paint from a car panel with a single grinding machine without damaging the underlying metal panel and causing “flat spots”.
Different sandpaper granularity
The size of the sandpaper refers to its gravel size or the number of sharp particles per square inch of sandpaper – the lower the number of gravel, the coarser or coarser the coarse sand. The No. 24 sandpaper sanding product is very aggressive in removing residue and leaves a rough scratch on the surface, while the 600 sandpaper is designed to remove less material and make the surface smoother. You need to choose the grain size of the sandpaper for the specific job you want to accomplish. The higher the number, the smaller the particles and the finer the grain size of the sandpaper. Conversely, lower numbers indicate larger grains and overall coarser sandpaper. A lot of work requires you to “grind”. This means you can start the project with a smaller number of grit and use finer sandpaper during the process. Each time you advance to a higher-grained sandpaper, remove the scratch from the previous layer. The use of coarse sand is as follows:
No. 24 coarse sand: rough processing removed. It is used to polish steel or welds, as well as to remove paints and varnishes that you think will never fall off.
36/40 coarse sand: Actively sanding and removing welds (very popular), such as sanding the edges of the glued door to make it flush. Sandpaper granularity map
60 particle size: If one step is required for medium grinding and finishing. This grit is a good starting point for most projects involving steel or wood processing.
80 coarse sand: very similar to 60 coarse sand, 80 coarse sand processing route is slightly less, and is very popular in most metal processing operations.
120 Particle Size: Ideal for fine surface blending and finishing in metal and wood processing applications.
240 – 400 grit: Ultra-fine grain sandpaper for light sanding between topcoat layers and for grinding of metals and other hard surfaces
600 grit and above: ultra-fine surface finishing / polishing. Ideal for polishing the last layer of finish on wood or metal. It’s powerful enough to shrink patches and minor inconsistencies in this layer of application, but not enough to actually remove anything you want to keep.
The angle grinder sandpaper used by BINIC has 24, 36, 40, 60, 80 and 120 grain sizes. If you are looking for a abrasive mop disc for angle grinders, Smith&ARROW can be sold:
Fiber trays in ceramic and zirconia options. These abrasive mop disc are 4″, 4.5″, 5″ and 7″
Zirconia flaps, sold in 4″, 4.5″, 5″ and 7″ sizes
Ribbon discs are sold in 4″, 4.5″, 5″ and 7″