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ABRASIVES: COnES, MOPS & WHEELS • P3666 ferrobrite 3050


MAnHATTAn WHEELS Manhattan Wheels


Stage 2: Aurelia Mops (B) & Riva Mops (G), medium mops for cleaning & removing scratch marks with the following recommended compounds: • P1410 Tripoli General Purpose Polishing Compound


• P1384 Dialux blue • P1394 Hyfin


Stage 3:


Madapolam Mops (R) & Swansdown Mops (S), fine finishing mops for buffing to a mirror finish with the following recommended compounds: • P1388 Dialux Rouge • P1397 A A rouge • P3659 Britelea ff9 • P7809 Polinum • P7809A Platinum Superior Final Finish Polishing Compound


Reducing - Graining - Polishing - especially watch bracelets


MANHATTAN has been reliably supplying the manufacturing industry with rubber-bonded products for graining and polishing since 1963.


For four decades Manhattan has been a world favourite for incomparable precise speed and flexibility.


CousinsUK are pleased to offer Manhattan Wheels as used by “The Top Swiss Watch Houses” to refinish cases.


• Comprising excellent cutting ability for stainless steel • Leaves a light satin finish ready for graining or polishing


• Reshape with ease: while rotating push against the wheel with a Flat Scraper (code S33507) and reshape and contour to manipulate the preferred surface


• To get the best results for watch work use at speed 1400rpm


Weights:


P33577 - 115g P33576 - 225g


Note: These wheels cut stainless steel with ease so use with care on all metals.


Code P33577 P33576 Description


Grit 180, Ø75mm x 10mm Manhattan Wheel


Grit 240, Ø100mm x 12mm Manhattan Wheel


UOM Price EACH £9.85 EACH £21.95 Price breaks available, see website MOPS, ALL TYPES Cousins UK - UK Made


Mini & Dolly small diameter mops are very useful to get into spherical awkward circular areas including internal polishing of rings, tankards, bangles etc.


Stage 1:


Gialla Mops (F), starting mops for cutting & removing coarse scratch marks with the following recommended compounds: • P1394 hyfin • P1392 carbrax • P3668 ferrobrite 2464


1202


Cousins UK - UK Made - For cutting & removing course scratch marks - 1st stage


The Gialla (“F” Quality) mops has very good wear and last longer when in use. Very good to do large batch loads of work with economical spending. Used with the right bar of compounds you can get a high standard semi bright finish.


• Gialla is similar to ‘F’ quality • Mill treated, hard 100% pure cotton • Enhances cut without loss of head retention • Leather and fibril centres • Popular fast cutting starting mop • A hard grade of loose fold mop • Also known in the trade as a flap mop • When you use Gailla mops it holds its shape very well • An ideal mop to level your metal such as scratches, pit holes, file and casting flash marks • Manufactured in Great Britain


COUSINS TRADE SUPPLIER


Stage 4: Felpato Mops (S) & Chamois Mops, extra fine finishing for buffing to a super mirror final finish with the following recommended compounds: Recommend compounds • P1388 Dialux Rouge* • P1397 A A rouge • P3659 Britelea ff9 • P7809 Polinum* • P7809A Platinum Superior Final Finish • P1395 Vonax*


Sizes:


½”(12.7mm) - 1”(25.4mm) - 1½”(38.1mm) 2”(50.8mm) - 4”(101.6mm) - 6”(152.4mm) 8”(203.2mm) - 10”(254mm)


1st Stage - Gialla (Regular)


Cousins UK - UK Made - Sisal Dolly Mops For course cutting semi bright finishing - 1st Stage


• The Sisal dolly mops are a made form natural material.


• Sisal comes from a plant grown in far east and South America


• Speedy fast cutting beginning stage polishing mop. • Removing deep pit holes casting flash marks. • Every Sisal Dolly section is manufactured with averagely 5 layers of best quality material.


• Every section is separated by a layer of calico cotton. • You will not find alternative materials used to fill these mops.


• Chemical treated for hardest and compound retention (lasts longer).


• Sisal Dolly mops are used on non precious metals. • Some popular metals sisals can be used on are brass, copper, cast iron, steel, and pewter.


If you would like to see what sort of finish sisal mops do look at your domestic tool box.


Notice spanners hammers and grip pliers how they are shiny and even on their finish.


These are finished with sisal mops.


The Sisal mops has very good wear and last longer when in use.


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


Used with the right bar of compounds you can get a high standard semi bright finish.


Sizes : 4mm Bore


Material thickness .34mm Sisal layers size 2.25mm


Size: • Material thickness .38mm (per fold) • Centre bore size 9mm


Dimension: Outside Ø x Width x Folds (70 folds per inch face)


Code


P3625A P3625B P3625C P3625D P3625E P3625F P3625G P3625H P3625I P3625J P3625K P3625L


Description


4” x ½” Gialla, 35 fold 4” x 1” Gialla, 70 fold 4” x 1 ½” Gialla, 105 fold 4” x 2” Gialla, fold 140 6” x ½” Gialla, 35 fold 6” x 1” Gialla, 70 fold 6” x 1 ½” Gialla, 105 fold 6” x 2” Gialla, 140 fold 8” x ½” Gialla, 35 fold 8” x 1” Gialla, 70 fold 8” x 1 ½” Gialla, 105 fold 8” x 2” Gialla, 140 fold


P3625M 10” x ½” Gialla, 35 fold P3625N P3625O P3625P


10” x 1” Gialla, 70 fold 10” x 1 ½” Gialla, 105 fold 10” x 2” Gialla, 140 fold


UOM Price EACH


EACH


£6.25 £9.50


EACH £12.25 EACH £15.60 £8.50


EACH


EACH £14.85 EACH £17.90 EACH £22.74 EACH £13.40 EACH £25.95 EACH £29.55 EACH £37.60 EACH £20.54 EACH £32.90 EACH £45.25 EACH £57.60


Price breaks available, see website 1st Stage - Sisal (Dolly)


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