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BARRELLING MEDIA Cerium Oxide Polishing Compounds


• 1Kg Code


B49855 Shot, Carbon Steel (Regular Mix)


Description Ceramic Cones


UOM Price 1KG


Price breaks available, see website Ceramic Pins (Pre Polish) £23.95


Cerium Oxide - Polishing Compound


Cerium Oxide is a rare combination of specifically refined earth minerals and produced for lapidary, the optical and the glass industry. In the glass industry, it is considered to be the most efficient glass polishing agent for precision optical polishing. Removes scratches, water marks and scuffs, lime scale, acid rain marks and much, much more . . .


• Can be used with ceramics and to polish glass and stones


• Polish pebbles off the beach, quartz, agate, opal, obsidian, etc.


• Average particle size is 1.8 microns • Add water to the 100 grams of powder until a thin paste is formed


Very easy to use: • By hand - To remove fine scratches in watch glasses, make into a paste or slurry with water. Apply using a soft cloth or sponge, rub vigorously across the scratch until it is gone. Wipe clean and buff


• By mop - Using an rotary soft mop (preferably leather P1302M/M31481) which is attached to a polishing motor or pendant drill, smear on the paste; keep the speed slow and polish very slowly until the desired effect is obtained


• By barrelling unit - To use with your tumbling machine (code B35408/B35410), add 100 grams of powder to water until it forms a paste. Add this to a lapidary drum (B35410) for best results.


Tips to remember: • Avoid overheating the glass • Please note: if you can feel the scratch with your fingernail it is probably too deep to recover with cerium powder


Weight: 100g


Varying results can be achieved by using different combinations of shot shapes & material combined with varying concentrations of barrelling compounds


Code P35555 Description UOM Price


Cerium Oxide Polishing Compound 100G Price breaks available, see website


Ceramic Cones (Pre Polish) £4.65


Stainless Steel Shot - Economy Mix


Plastic Cones - Matt Finish - Pre-Polishing


Plastic media is not as aggressive as ceramic, but can create better surface finishes. Being considerably lighter in weight than ceramics, plastic tumbling stones can process parts that ceramics might damage


• Plastic cones • Use plastic cones for a semi finished in your Barrelling Unit


• Gives you a matt finish like you have used abrasive paper


• No more intensive labouring getting quantities of work out to your customers one piece at a time


• You can put your work straight into metal barrelling shot for polishing after you have done this process


• Green Cones • Ø12mm • 1kg


Ceramic Media - Cones


Ceramic media is recommended for general purpose polishing, light and heavy deburring, fast and extra fast deburring and ultra aggressive metal removal. Ceramic media is best for heavy cutting and hard metals.


• Ceramic tumbling media • Cone (pyramid) shape • Durable and highly versatile


For best results grinding Gold and Silver used with a mixture of 5 grams “Galley 8” Barrelling Composition (C4365) and 5 grams “PB” Cutting Compound (C4904).


For heavier grinding add a higher proportion of “PB” to increase the amount of metal removal.


Varying results can be achieved by using different combinations of shot shapes & material combined with


varying concentrations of barrelling compounds Code


Description B4903 Cutting Cones, Green Price breaks available, see website 1234 COUSINS TRADE SUPPLIER


UOM Price 1KG


We all must agree barrel burnishing gets a fantastic mirror finish for multiple items:


• An economy version mixed stainless steel shot


• Ball, cone, dish & dowel shapes all included


• Stainless steel shot has a unique characteristic by not going rusty unlike normal carbon shot


• Use our Cousinsuk barrelling powder (C4365), 50 grams to one 1ltr of water and you will get a high polish finish. This powder is specially formulated for this process.


• 1kg


Varying results can be achieved by using different combinations of shot shapes & material combined with varying concentrations of barrelling compounds


Code S38756 Description


Shot, Stainless Steel (Economy Mix) 1KG Price breaks available, see website


UOM Price £15.95


Carbon Steel Shot - Standard Mix Carbon Steel Shot “The Standard Mix”


Ceramic Media - Pins


Ceramic media is recommended for general purpose polishing, light and heavy deburring, fast and extra fast deburring and ultra aggressive metal removal. Ceramic media is best for heavy cutting and hard metals.


• Ceramic tumbling media • Pin shape • Better for use with more intricate designs • Can reach areas that the cones cannot • Durable and highly versatile


• 1Kg Code


B49856


Description Ceramic Pins


UOM Price 1KG


Price breaks available, see website Plastic Cones (Pre-Polish)


Shot amount equal to drum size = 1kg to 1ltr of water in your barrel drum, e.g. 3 litre drum = 3Kg of shot & 3 litres of water


• Barrel burnish your work to a high standard of mirror finish


• Uniformly sized, mirror-bright and carefully tempered to ensure long life


• Carbon shot must used with Galley 8 Barrelling Composition (C4365) so the shot has long-lasting life


• Every time leave your shot when you are not using it in a fresh new barrelling solution and it will not go rusty


• Contains special sized balls, cones, pin dowels to make up this standard mixture


£18.95


• Always run new shot for 2 hours with double the amount of burnishing compound to remove protective oil


• 1 kg


Varying results can be achieved by using different combinations of shot shapes & material combined with varying concentrations of barrelling compounds


Code B4902 Description Shot, Carbon Steel (Mixed)


UOM Price 1KG


Price breaks available, see website Shot, Stainless Steel (Economy Mix) £19.75


£17.25


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