EICKLEIT Si-W-PK pre-polishing discs consist of firmly quilted 12 layers of biased sisal fabric. As a result of, these pre-polishing discs are particularly firm and are therefore suitable for pre-polishing all metal surfaces and stainless steel in particular. Pre-polishing with SI-W-PK creates matt surfaces that are well prepared for subsequent polishing steps.
Compressed sisal fabric, 12 quilted plies for maximum counter pressure and particularly effective pre-polishing
Quilted circles made of natural linen machine thread, concentrically spaced 10 mm apart, wear off without leaving any residue during polishing
Particularly low-vibration concentricity for high work safety and a trouble-free polishing finish due to the individual calibration of the EICKELIT polishing discs
Diameter 200 mm, thickness approx. 27 mm
Vmax = 40 m/s, Umax = 3,800 min-1
We manufacture your desired bore individually for you. We cover every known bore diameter for industrial polishing machines *
If you need other bore diameters or special adapters (e.g. for hexagonal shafts, with keyways, etc.), we will be happy to manufacture them on request **
* Polishing discs drilled individually at the customer's request are excluded from exchange or return in accordance with our Terms of Cancellation.
The natural substance sisal is a cellulose fiber that is obtained from agaves in global cultivation areas. Like other natural fibers, sisal fibers are also very resistant to physical and chemical stress. Sisal is also extremely tough, has high tensile strength and is very stiff at the same time. This is why tools with sisal trimmings are particularly suitable for the intensive pre-polishing of metals.
Choose the right sisal cut buffing tool for your planned application using the following comparison table (5 = "more" → 1 = "less"):
Dressing sisal polishing tools
Prerequisite for an optimal polishing result is the careful preparation of the polishing tool. Please follow our recommendations for Dressing of sisal polishing tools
Used polishing tools should also be redressed regularly. This applies in particular if residues of polishing paste have solidified or the polishing tools are heavily soiled with material abrasion.