Balls / Beads (Spherical) Abrasive Grain and Finishing Media Datasheets

Grinding Media
from CoorsTek

CoorsTek provides a number of highly durable materials specifically formulated to ensure reliably consistent performance for your bulk material preparation. We can help with standard and custom applications. Grinding Media Applications: Silica sand manufacturing. Decorative ceramic tile... [See More]

  • Type / Shape: Shaped Media; Balls / Beads (Spherical)
  • Bulk Density: 224.7
  • Material: Ceramic; Aluminum Oxide
  • Dimension A: 0.219 to 2.250
Glass Bead Powder -- AccuPEEN 44

Airbrasive ® powders have been developed specifically for use with Micro Abrasive Blasting Units . These powders have proven their excellent performance and reliability for many years. Powder features include: Double Screened. Sieve Tested. Vacuum Packed. Purity Tested. Re-sealable Lids. Wide... [See More]

  • Type / Shape: Abrasive Grain / Grit; Balls / Beads (Spherical)
  • Grade / Size: 280.0
  • Material: Glass
  • Grading System: Micron Graded
Fast Cutting Sphere (Gray) -- 2 mm FC
from C & M Topline

Good media wear, good surface finish, packaged in 50 lbs. [See More]

  • Type / Shape: Shaped Media; Balls / Beads (Spherical)
  • Bulk Density: 100.0 to 110.0
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Dimension A: 0.118
Abrasive Blasting Media -- Glass Beads
from Composition Materials Co., Inc.

Finishing: Glass Beads are used on metal, glass, rubber, and plastic to create a uniform, smooth or shiny finish. Cleaning: Glass Bead Blasting removes substances from surfaces without changing the surface dimension. Deburring: Glass Beads effectively remove burrs, including in precision operations. [See More]

  • Type / Shape: Shaped Media; Balls / Beads (Spherical)
  • Grading System: Screen Size
  • Material: Glass
  • Applications: Blasting; Cleaning / Surface Prep; Descaling / Stripping; Finishing and Deburring
ABC Natural Diamond Mesh -- DR-FP
from Saint-Gobain Surface Conditioning Group

Natural diamond is crushed and processed from boart, an inferior diamond type unsuitable for gemology. This diamond tends to be free of inclusions and cracks, mechanically strong with high thermal stability. Natural diamond may contain less metal impurities, making it useful in the manufacture of... [See More]

  • Type / Shape: Abrasive Grain / Grit; Balls / Beads (Spherical)
  • Grade / Size: 10.0 to 200.0
  • Material: Garnet and Mineral Abrasives; Natural Diamond
  • Grading System: Mesh; SPC