Abrasives and abrasive products include coated abrasive belts and discs, bonded abrasive grinding wheels and segments, non-woven abrasive pads, polishing compounds, dressers and superabrasives.
Abrasive Belts (387 suppliers)
Abrasive Compounds and Abrasive Slurries (309 suppliers)
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.
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Abrasive Discs (557 suppliers)
Abrasive discs consist of abrasive grain adhered onto the surface of a cloth, film, paper, non-woven or other backing. They are used for metal removal, surface finishing, sanding, etc.
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Abrasive Files (38 suppliers)
Abrasive files are small stick or stone made of bonded abrasives or superabrasive coatings for deburring, finishing, lapping and polishing in hard to reach places and recesses.
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Abrasive Grain and Finishing Media (461 suppliers)
Abrasive grain and finishing media includes crushed grit, metal shot, glass beads or shaped chips for blasting, mass finishing (vibratory or tumbling), bonded wheels, coated abrasives, ball milling, water jet cutting, and other applications.
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Abrasive Pads (118 suppliers)
Abrasive pads consist of abrasive grains adhered onto the surface of a cloth, film, paper, non-woven, or other backing, usually with a die-cut square or rectangular shape.
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Abrasive Rolls and Abrasive Sheets (422 suppliers)
Abrasive rolls and abrasive sheets consist of abrasive grain adhered onto the surface of a cloth, film, paper, non-woven, sponge or other backing usually with a die cut square or rectangular shape.
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Back-up Pads (72 suppliers)
Blasting Media and Abrasives (199 suppliers)
Bonded Abrasives (334 suppliers)
Bonded abrasives consist of conventional abrasive grains held together in a matrix of glass, resin, rubber or other binders. This classification includes grinding wheels, cut-off wheels, honing stones, mounted points and grinding segments.
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Ceramic Media and Abrasives (186 suppliers)
Ceramic abrasives and media include aluminum oxide, boron carbide, cubic boron nitride (CBN), cerium oxide, fabricated diamond, silicate, silicon carbide, tin oxide, tungsten carbide, zirconia, and other fused or sintered crystalline inorganic materials.
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Chemical Mechanical Planarization (CMP) Slurries (16 suppliers)
Chemical mechanical planarization (CMP) slurries consist of surface active chemicals and microabrasive grains in a liquid dispersion.
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Coated Abrasives (225 suppliers)
Contact Wheels (24 suppliers)
Contact wheels drive and provide backup support for abrasive belts. They are available in a variety of face profiles, materials and diameters.
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Cutoff Wheels and Abrasive Saw Blades (526 suppliers)
Cut-off wheels and abrasive saw blades are used to cut bars, stock, pipes and other materials that are made of metal, concrete, or masonry.
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Diamond Powders and Superabrasive Grains (79 suppliers)
Diamond powders and superabrasive grains include extreme-hardness abrasives such as synthetic diamond, natural diamonds, and cubic boron nitride (CBN). They are used in the polishing, finishing, grinding, and cutting of ultra-hard materials.
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Flap Wheels and Specialty Abrasives (286 suppliers)
Flap wheels and specialty abrasives includes cartridge rolls, cross pads, sleeves, unitized or convolute wheels, interleaved flaps, flap discs and other specialized abrasive products converted from coated or nonwoven abrasives.
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Garnet, Emery, and Mineral Abrasives (95 suppliers)
Garnet, emery and mineral abrasives include mined grains such as pumice, carborundum, natural diamond, tripoli, rouge, staurolite, novaculite, silica and other silicate minerals.
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Grinding Segments (55 suppliers)
Grinding segments are bonded abrasive structures that can be assembled on a special form to create a large wheel for flat surface grinding.
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Grinding Wheels (542 suppliers)
Grinding wheels are used for metal removal, dimensioning, and finishing. They consist of an integral shank, pin, shaft, or mandrel that drives a mounted wheel or blades.
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Hones and Honing Tools (144 suppliers)
Laps and Lapping Tools (63 suppliers)
Laps and lapping tools are used for precision surface finishing, often in conjunction with loose abrasive compounds.
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Mass Finishing Media (113 suppliers)
Metal Media and Abrasives (112 suppliers)
Metal media and abrasives include metal shot or balls, cut wire, crushed metal grit, and shaped media for applications such as blasting, ball burnishing, peening, mass finishing (vibratory or tumbling), and deburring. Products are also used in bonded wheels and coated abrasives.
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Milling and Grinding Media (68 suppliers)
Milling and grinding media are designed for ball milling and the grinding down of bulk, powder or granular materials into finer powder forms or disperse pigments in a resin or coating.
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Mounted Points (41 suppliers)
Mounted points are very small bonded abrasives or superabrasive wheels with a ball, point, cone, cylinder, or bullet shape. They are mounted on a pin or mandrel for portable die grinder and deburring applications.
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Nonwoven Abrasives (166 suppliers)
Peening Shot (80 suppliers)
Peening shot and beads are small metal balls or glass beads that are used to impact compressive stresses into part surfaces and to deburr sharp edges without removing material.
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Plastic Media and Abrasives (96 suppliers)
Plastic media and abrasives are used in blasting, tumbling, and other finishing processes. Plastic blast media allows removal of paints or organic coating without abrading the underlying metal substrate.
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Sharpening Stones (144 suppliers)
Sharpening stones are used for sharpening edges and honing internal or external surfaces. They are generally stones or bonded abrasive product with a rectangular block or shaped stick configuration.
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Specialty Abrasive Grain and Finishing Media (147 suppliers)
Specialty abrasive grain and finishing media include glass beads, sodium carbonate, walnut shells, corn cobs, sponge, hardwood, coal slag and other organic materials as well as other unique compositions or materials for specialized processing.
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Superabrasives and Diamond Tools (426 suppliers)
Superabrasives and diamond tools include grinding wheels, abrasive saw blades, wheel dressers, single-point tools, and other products that use diamond or cubic boron nitride (CBM) abrasive grains.
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Wheel Dressers and Dressing Tools (288 suppliers)
Wheel dressers and dressing tools are used to condition, true and dress grinding wheels. Dressing is the process of re-sharpening the tiny cutting edges on a grinding wheel’s surface.
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