coated abrasive


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coated abrasive

[′kōd·əd ə′brā·siv]
(materials)
An abrasive product having the abrasive particles attached to a backing material with glue or a synthetic resin.
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Refocusing such efforts allowed the company to remain a successful coated abrasive supplier in difficult times.
The Tiger Paw's multiple layers of coated abrasive material expose sharp, fresh grains as they slowly wear away, and the 100 percent premium zirconium grain prevents premature grain shedding on aggressive applications, resulting in increased productivity and reduced operating costs.
Getting the most out of your workers and the coated abrasive materials they are using (whether belts or discs) starts with putting the right materials in their hands.
Moyco, which has 45 employees, makes coated abrasive products used to polish and smooth products that include nail files, auto parts and semiconductors.
Alternating flaps of non-woven and coated abrasive materials allow use on ferrous and non-ferrous metals.
An expanded coated abrasive belts line includes file belts up to 30" long, portable belts to 24" long, benchstand belts to 72" long and backstand belts to 132" long.
Metalite K225 is a new line of coated abrasive products for metal sanding, deburring and finishing.
The breakdown of an abrasive grain is a significant factor in overall performance of a coated abrasive product.
introduces its SK855X flagship coated abrasive product.
has introduced an expanded line of coated abrasive belts in its 2007 catalog.