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  • Cleaning in the metal-processing industry
    Used tripoli buffing compound --0.1 g./l. Used tripoli buffing compound--0 2 g./1.
  • ZASMHBA0001308
    Begin with grits coarser than 320; follow with 320-grit and a wheel speed of 30 rn/s (6000 ft/min); complete polishing by buffing with tripoli -based buffing compound at 35 to 41 rn/s (7000 to 8000 ft/min).
  • ZASMHBA0001310
    (h) Tripoli or aluminum oxide buffing compound .
  • ZASMHBA0001232
    Cut or cutdown compounds usually contain tripoli for buffing nonferrous metals and fused aluminum oxide abrasives for buffing carbon or stainless steel.
  • ZASMHBA0001315
    The typical buffing compound used for zinc is tripoli (amorphous silica) or lime mixed with 25 to 30 wt% tallow or stearic acid to form a bar.
  • Surface Engineered Surgical Tools and Medical Devices
    Dentures are polished using pumice slurry with various sizes and shapes of lathe brush or calico mops and buffed to a high lustre using bar compounds of tripoli followed by bar or liquid polishes containing whiting on a wool mop or worn...
  • Developments in Pressure Diecasting
    This may be achieved by buffing with a cotton mop and a suitable tripoli -based polishing compound , mechanically vibrated with abrasive-impregnated .
  • Machinery's Handbook 29 - Properties, Treatment, and Testing of Materials
    For low-melting point plastics, soft cotton buffs are best, with surface speeds of 4,000 to 5,000 feet per minute (1220-1525 m/min) using a wet or greasy tripoli or silica compound .
  • Part and Mold Design (.pdf)
    After buffing with an appropriate polishing compound — such as rouge or greasy tripoli — the part receives a final polishing on a clean finishing wheel made of a soft material, such as muslin, flannel, or felt.
  • ZASMHBA0001314
    The cutting-down operation is normally performed with tripoli compound , which leaves a haze on high-nickel alloys. Buffing compound with less grease should be used to promote deep color.