Polishing set "super-finish" Inox | 4 parts for angle grinder M14 | 150 mm

150 mm | 14 mm bore

Contents: polishing discs | compounds

polishing | colouring

Weight: kg
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Item No.

INOX polishing set for Angle Grinders | 150 mm

Four-part finish polishing set for stainless steel with hand polishing machines or angle grinders with M 14 shank. This polishing set reliably delivers the flawless mirror finish that is characteristic of stainless steel on carefully pre-polished surfaces.

Product features

  • Polish wheel made of fully raw cotton layers N2550 "Firm", three quilts, D = 150 mm, S = 25 mm, B = 14 mm
  • High-gloss polishing disc made of raw cotton layers "light" N2501, three quilts, D = 150 mm, S = 25 mm, B = 14 mm
  • Vmax = 40 m/s, Umax = 5,200 rpm
  • High-gloss polishing paste Menzerna P14F (approx. 1.3 kg)
  • high gloss finish polishing paste Menzerna P126 (approx. 1.3 kg)


  • Wear protective equipment and follow safety regulations!
  • Roughen the polishing discs before use using a suitable dressing tool
  • Wet rotating tool sparingly with polishing paste
  • 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

  • Quickly polish the pre-polished and cleaned surface in cross passes with the buffing wheel N2550 and Menzerna P14F at approx. 25-30 m/s (3.200 - 3.900 UpM) 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 2

  • Polish the clean, shiny surface using the N2501 buffing wheel and Menzerna P126 at approx. 25-30 m/s (3.200 - 3.900 UpM) in cross passes until obtaining a high gloss finish