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ABRASIVES : COMPOUNDS, TES POLISOLISH W Diamond Paste, Cousins


BRASIVES: COMPOUNDS, PAS PAS,TES, PH, WAX,ES AXES


A*F SWISS FAMILY OF COMPOUNDS


Platinum and titanium polishing compounds.


These compound is a must for any bench allowing you to polish metals to a very high quality superior finish. They provide a lustrous mirror finish.


Diamond Polishing Paste - Cousins


Cousins diamond compounds are ideally suited to most polishing operations where a high precision finish is required.


• Easily remove scratches or marks on glass, stone, ceramics or hard metals


• Can give a high mirror finish on a rough looking item in no time


• Ready to use paste • Supplied in 5 gram syringes • Multiple micron sizes available • Manufactured using only the finest raw materials, ethically sourced • Made in France


Finishes: • 0.25 - 3 micron for final polishing • 6 - 14 micron for lapping and pre-polishing • 25 - 90 micron for rapid material removal


Conversion: • 0.25 micron = 100,000 Grit = 0 to 0.5 mesh • 1 micron = 14,000 Grit = 0 to 2 mesh • 3 micron = 8000 Grit = 2 to 4 mesh • 6 micron = 3300 Grit = 5 to 8 mesh • 8 micron = 2300 Grit = 2 to 4 mesh • 14 micron = 1400 Grit = 8 to 20 mesh • 25 micron = 800 Grit = 20 to 30 mesh • 45 micron = 325 Girt = 40 to 50 mesh • 90 micron = 225 Grit = 80 to 100 mesh


Tips: • Most polishing done with diamond paste starts with coarser grits, gradually working your way to the finer pastes


• If the piece is already of a reasonable finish, then you can use the finer grits straight away


• Paste can be applied using a felt bob or for finer work a piece of pegwood


• The finer grades of paste will absorb into wool, felt or material so be sure to apply these with wood, leather or plastic


• Finer grits can be used to refine/polish jewels & watch glasses


Code


D49972 D49973 D49974 D49975 D49976 D49977 D49978 D49979 D49980


Description


0.25 Micron (White) Paste 1 Micron (Blue) Paste 3 Micron (Green) Paste 6 Micron (Yellow) Paste 8 Micron (Pink) Paste 14 Micron (Brown) Paste 25 Micron (Red) Paste 45 Micron (Purple) Paste 90 Micron (Lime) Paste


UOM Price 5G


5G 5G 5G 5G 5G 5G 5G 5G


Price breaks available, see website


£10.45 £10.45 £10.45 £12.45 £16.25 £20.75 £20.75 £20.75 £20.75


Very popular for the quality items of jewellery / watch making finishing such as yellow gold, white gold, platinum, nickel and titanium.


Impress your customers by using A*F Polishing Compounds. These compounds are a world favourite in the polishing industry


• Polinum: Platinum super fine finishing final mirror finish with a sparkling gloss.


• PT: Platinum semi finishing / final finish (all in one bar)


• Polinoxx: Titanium & stainless steel super fine impeccable finishing


Platinum, Final Finish


Titanium & Stainless Steel - Final Finish - Polishing Compound


Polinoxx (P19467): Super finishing! POLINOXX is a new final polishing compound developed for an impeccable finish on stainless steel, nickel and titanium. Same range as our popular polishing compound POLINUM (P7809)


• High quality mirror dry finish • Polish your stainless steel, nickel and titanium • Size: Ø30mm diameter x 80mm length approx. • 125g


Click website “More Information” for recommend types of mops and wheels


Code P19467 Description Polinoxx Polishing Compound


UOM Price 125G


Price breaks available, see website Platinum - Final Finish - Polishing Compounds


Polinum (P7809): A very popular, superior finishing compound for polishing precious metals, in particular: platinum. Features super powerful polishing action to produce a sparkling gloss. Far better than most other compounds available today. Economical, needs only to be applied in small amounts. Widely used in the Swiss watch industry.


• High quality final finish composition • Size: Ø30mm diameter x 80mm length approx. • 125g


PT Compound (P7809A): A high quality final finishing compound for platinum but also other precious metals. Hard consistency to last longer, blue colour.


• Craftsmen that have tried this compound are absolutely delighted with the results and cannot praise the product high enough


• Size: Ø30mm diameter x 80mm length approx. • 160gm


Click website “More Information” for recommend types of mops and wheels


Code P7809 P7809A Description


Polinum Polishing Compound PT Polishing Compound


UOM Price 125G


160G Price breaks available, see website Beeswax £6.65 £12.95


Used in wood restoration and as a cutting lubricant. Ideal lubricant to get less resistance and smoother glider feel. Supplied in either 1 ounce (28g) or 500g


Applications: • Piercing Saw Blades • Mini Circular Saw Cutters • Steel Burrs • Drilling • Gravers


Methylated Spirits See Page 902


Emery Paper See Page 1183


• Drawing Wire through Draw Plates etc. Code


Description


P1406 P1407


Beeswax (1oz) Small Block Beeswax ( ½ Kilo) Large Block


UOM Price 1OZ


500G Price breaks available, see website BEESWAX


• Beeswax Wood Restoration & Cutting Lubricant


Beeswax £6.50


Titanium & Stainless Steel, Final Finish


£1.65 £19.95


1222


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