Aluminium "complete" polishing set for the polishing stand | 250mm
Six-part polishing set for aluminium, especially for the stationary polishing block with flange mount or conical thread. This polishing set reliably delivers the flawless mirror finish that is characteristic of aluminum on carefully ground aluminum surfaces in three coordinated polishing steps.
Sisal nettle pre-polishing disc SB-VR-10, diameter 250 mm with configurable bore
Vmax = 45 m/s, Umax = 3,400 rpm
High-gloss polishing wheel Effecta N2550, diameter 250 mm with configurable bore
Super Finish Effecta FM230 polishing wheel, diameter 250 mm with configurable bore
Measure the pressure carefully! Too high contact pressure and/or too low speeds lead to overheating of the workpiece with uneven surfaces that can no longer be improved by polishing!
Step 1 - Pre-polishing
The evenly sanded and cleaned surface crosswise with the SB-VR-10 sisal nettle shaft tool together with Menzerna 439T quickly pre-polish at approx. 35-40 m/s (2,650 - 3,000 rpm) until an even, satin-matt surface without scratches and grooves is achieved on the workpiece
After polishing, clean the surface of abrasion and paste residues with a dry, soft and lint-free cloth. If necessary, degrease the workpiece with a suitable solvent or Viennese lime
Step 2 - High Gloss
The evenly pre-polished and cleaned surface in cross passes with a shank tool Effekta N2550 together with Menzerna 480BLF at approx. 30-35 m/s (2,300 - 2,650 rpm) quickly polish to a high gloss
After polishing, clean the surface with a dry, soft, lint-free cloth. If necessary, degrease the workpiece with a suitable solvent or Viennese lime
Step 3 - Superfinish
The clean, high-gloss polished surface is achieved with the Effecta FM230 Super Finish polishing disc and Menzerna P175 at approx. 30-35 m/s (2,300 - 2,650 rpm) quickly in cross passes until the desired mirror finish is achieved
The Super Finish Paste P175 only leaves an invisible microfilm on the flawless surface. To protect this surface, one usually avoids mechanical cleaning after superfinishing