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ABRASIVES: COnES, MOPS & WHEELS


Specifications: • Ø19, 22 or 25mm • Materials by 3M • Ø3/32” or 2.35mm shank mount • 150, 400 or 800 grit • Colours may vary • Max 3000 RPM


Aluminium oxide: • Non woven mini mop, compressed material, best quality fibril


• Aluminium oxide for matt or satin finishing on most metals


• Create a unique finish on your jewellery or watch cases


• Also for deburring and de-oxidisation • Use dry, no compounds needed • Used on a wide range of metals including brass, copper, gold, sliver, platinum, palladium, titanium, pewter, tin, steel, iron and aluminium


• Commonly used for light cleaning and rust removing work


• Fast effective way to remove old lacquers from aged clocks


• Very good to do large batch loads of work with economical spending


• The lower the grit number, the coarser the material Code


Description


P40220 P40221 P40222 P40223 P40224 P40225 P40226 P40227 P40228


150 Grit, Ø19mm 150 Grit, Ø22mm 150 Grit, Ø25mm 400 Grit, Ø19mm 400 Grit, Ø22mm 400 Grit, Ø25mm 800 Grit, Ø19mm 800 Grit, Ø22mm 800 Grit, Ø25mm


EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH


Price breaks available, see website Mounted Fibril, SIA


UOM Price EACH


• Very good to do large batch loads of work with economical spending


• The lower the grit number, the coarser the material Code


Description


P4189 P4188 P4187


60 Grit Abrasive Brush 180 Grit Abrasive Brush 400 Grit Abrasive Brush


EACH EACH


Price breaks available, see website


Mounted Fibril with Wet & Dry Paper, Scotch-Brite


Cousins UK - UK Made


Unitized Wheels are a majority favourite material used in the finishing industry.


• Compressed nylon abrasive that can be used on all metals


• Compressed nylon leaves uniform results whilst creating little fibrous mess


• If used on ferrous metals it can clean up light marks and stains in one hit also leaving a good finish


• For none ferrous metals it is good for file line removal, light and heavy and burr marks


£0.75 £0.75 £0.75 £0.75 £0.75 £0.75 £0.75 £0.75 £0.75


• Popular for texturing precious metals; gold, silver, platinum etc


• Long lasting allowing large batch work without constant replacement of the wheel


Manufactured by 3M - Fibril with Wet & Dry Paper


• Combination aluminium oxide with wet and dry paper inter layered between


• Less aggressive than aluminium oxide wheels on their own


• Flap wheel, allows greater and easier cooling • High removal rates with a cool grinding action • Gives a uniform grain finish • Scotchbrite material with Hermes wet and dry paper • The lower the grit number, the coarser the material


Specifications: • Ø15 or Ø26mm • Materials by Scotchbrite & Hermes • Ø3/32” or 2.35mm shank mount • 180, 320, 400 or 600 grit • Colours may vary


Aluminium oxide: • Non woven mini mop, compressed material, best quality fibril


• Aluminium oxide for matt or satin finishing on most metals


• Create a unique finish on your jewellery or watch cases


• Also for deburring and de-oxidisation • Use dry, no compounds needed • Used on a wide range of metals including brass, copper, gold, sliver, platinum, palladium, titanium, pewter, tin, steel, iron and aluminium


Manufcatured by SIA - The midget abrasive buff/brush are ideal for satin finishing.


Specifications: • Head Ø25mm • Thickness 15mm • Ø3/32” or 2.35mm shank mount


Aluminium oxide: • Non woven mini mop, compressed material, best quality fibril


• Aluminium oxide for matt or satin finishing on most metals


• Create a unique finish on your jewellery or watch cases


• Also for deburring and de-oxidisation • Use dry, no compounds needed • Used on a wide range of metals including brass, copper, gold, sliver, platinum, palladium, titanium, pewter, tin, steel, iron and aluminium


• Commonly used for light cleaning and rust removing work


• Fast effective way to remove old lacquers from aged clocks


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• Commonly used for light cleaning and rust removing work


• Fast effective way to remove old lacquers from aged clocks


• Very good to do large batch loads of work with economical spending


• The lower the grit number, the coarser the material Code


Description


M44292 M44296 M44293 M44297 M44294 M44298 M44295 M44299


180 Grit, Ø15mm 180 Grit, Ø26mm 320 Grit, Ø15mm 320 Grit, Ø26mm 400 Grit, Ø15mm 400 Grit, Ø26mm 600 Grit, Ø15mm 600 Grit, Ø26mm


EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH


UOM Price EACH


• Notice whilst in use, unitzed wheels will give less abrasive residue, giving you a cleaner working environment


Specification: • Wheel size: Ø22mm • Thickness: 3.80mm • 3/32” or 2.35mm shank • Made in UK


Aluminium oxide: • Aluminium oxide for matt or satin finishing on most metals


• Create a unique finish on your jewellery or watch cases


• Also for deburring and de-oxidisation • Use dry, no compounds needed • Used on a wide range of metals including brass, copper, gold, sliver, platinum, palladium, titanium, pewter, tin, steel, iron and aluminium


• Commonly used for light cleaning and rust removing work


• Fast effective way to remove old lacquers from aged clocks


Useful ways Unitized wheels can do for your production work:


• P35552 – Reducing your metal removing deep file marks, casting flashes, starches etc.


• P35553 - Smoothing your metal ready for first stage polishing


• P35554 - Giving impressive matting finish adding contrast to your jewellery work


Code


P35554 P35553 P35552


Description 240 Grit (Fine), Unitized Wheel


UOM Price EACH


120 Grit (Medium), Unitized Wheel EACH 80 Grit (Coarse), Unitized Wheel


EACH Price breaks available, see website


£2.40 £4.20 £2.40 £4.20 £2.40 £4.20 £2.40 £4.20


£2.25 £2.25 £2.25


UOM Price EACH


Mounted Fibril, Unitized (Compressed)


£0.99 £0.99 £0.99


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