What are radial Discs used for?
The discs are attached to a special mandrel and are used with a flex shaft or other rotary tool. They can be used to polish jewelry, precious metals, and other small components. Their main advantage is that they are used dry without any additional compounds or polishes.
What is a 3m bristle disc used for?
The Roloc™ Bristle Disc is an abrasive-filled product that makes deburring, blending, finishing, polishing, and cleaning surfaces easier than ever before.
What is a radial bristle brush used for?
The 150mm Radial Bristle Brush works on most bench motors in place of wire brushes for general maintenance and production. The product can also be mounted to die grinder or flexible shaft machines for hand-tool applications.
What are bristle discs?
The 3M Roloc Bristle Discs are the ideal tool to replace scrapers, wire wheels, and chemical gasket strippers. They are best used on harder metals such as steel and feature an aluminum oxide abrasive.
What grit is 3M red Scotch-Brite?
What Grit Is 3M Red Scotch-Brite? 3″ x 9″ 360-400 grit Scotch Brite pad.
Is Scotch-Brite owned by 3M?
Scotch-Brite is a line of abrasive products produced by 3M. The product line includes scouring pads and tools for home uses such as dish washing and scrubbing, as well as various types of surfaces for industrial applications, such as discs, belts, and rotating brushes, with varying compositions and levels of hardness.
What is bristle brush?
Bristle brushes are made of thicker, stronger and sometimes rougher hair. They originally came from animals such as wild hogs, but now synthetic bristle brushes are very common. Bristles are great because they can hold a lot of paint.
What is a radial bristle disc?
Our Scotch-Brite™ Radial Bristle Disc is designed to last longer than wire and other abrasive discs and works well on aluminum, brass, bronze, carbon steel, cast iron, stainless steel, and other metals.
Are the bristles on a bristle disc safe?
Under normal use, the flexible bristles remain safely in place and can achieve the desired finish using light pressure. Our Scotch-Brite™ Radial Bristle Disc is designed to last longer than wire and other abrasive discs and works well on aluminum, brass, bronze, carbon steel, cast iron, stainless steel, and other metals.
Does the Scotch-Brite™ radial bristle brush contain wire filaments?
Contains no wire filaments for improved safety Scotch-Brite™ Radial Bristle Brush, using our proprietary ceramic abrasive grain blended with aluminum oxide and molded, flexible bristles, provides more surface contact than wire brushes and maintains abrasive property throughout the life of the brush.
What is 3m™ ceramic abrasive grain?
Proprietary 3M™ Ceramic Abrasive Grain blend provides high degree of finish quality throughout the life of the disc Conformability allows abrasive to stay in contact with complex-shaped parts in robotic processing Flexible bristles produce uniform finishes around protrusions, detail grooves, patterns, and other hard-to-reach areas