Sharpening Stones

(143 companies)
...and cubic boron nitride. Aluminum oxide, the most common mineral in use today, is used either individually or with other materials to form ceramic grains. Titanium and chromium oxides are also used as additives. Silicon carbide is harder than...

Mass Finishing Media

(112 companies)
...crushed grit, pyramids, triangles, and stars or tristars. Finishing media consists of metal, ceramic, plastic, natural, wood, nutshell, corncob, carbonate, mineral, and synthetic materials. Selection of mass finishing media includes matching media...

Abrasive Belts

(375 companies)
...different types of abrasive grains. Aluminum oxide, the most common industrial mineral in use today, is used either individually or with other materials to form ceramic grains. Other types of abrasive grains include silicon carbine, alumina-zirconia...

Nonwoven Abrasives

(162 companies)
...mineral, is used either individually or with other materials to form ceramic grains. Aluminum oxide is also combined with emery and crocus to produce abrasives suitable for finishing applications. Silicon carbide is harder than aluminum oxide, but more...
...or brass. Other types of backing include paper, screen, non-woven, or combination materials. Types of Abrasive Grains. Abrasive rolls and abrasive sheets use several different types of abrasive grains. Aluminum oxide, the most common industrial mineral...
Abrasive compounds and abrasive slurries are used to improve surface finish or flatness. They often consist of fine abrasives in slurry, bar, powder or paste forms.
Metallographic Grinding and Polishing Equipment Metallographic grinding and polishing equipment includes grinders, sanders, polishers, grinder-polishers or other machines designed for metal, ceramic, mineral, composite and material surface preparation applications. The equipment provides a planar, polished surface enabling materials analysis using microscopy, spectrometry, hardness, nanoindentation and other techniques.
Blasting media and abrasives are consumables used in surface preparation processes, such as sandblasting and peening.

Coated Abrasives

(219 companies)
...internal or external surfaces. Abrasive grains used in coatings are can be chosen for effectiveness in an application and ease and economy of use. Aluminum oxide, the most common industrial mineral in use today, is used either individually or with other...
...oxide. Chromium oxide. Porcelain. Aluminum oxide is a common industrial mineral. Alumina-zirconia abrasive grains consist of a fused alloy of aluminum oxide and zirconium oxide. Boron carbide is a very hard abrasive often used to make sticks...

Bonded Abrasives

(318 companies)
...a fiberglass mesh or other fibers or materials to improve the structural integrity of bonded abrasives. Bonded abrasives use several different types of abrasive grains. Aluminum oxide, the most common industrial mineral in use today, is used either...
Inorganic chemicals, inorganic salts and inorganic compounds are substances of mineral origin that do not contain carbon in their molecular structure.
Insulation fabrication services convert, cut, laminate, sew, and/or assemble fiberglass, foam, mineral wool, ceramic, or other insulating materials into custom fabricated products such as thermal covers, blankets, and pipe wraps.
...and cast iron; ceramic materials, cerium oxide, and chromium oxide; and crocus, rouge, and iron oxide. Abrasive grain and finishing media is also available in emery, garnet, or glass; hardwood or corn cobs; minerals, metals, and organic materials...

Hones and Honing Tools

(144 companies)
Hones and honing tools are abrasive products used to refine the finish of internal bores and external surfaces.

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