Polishing set "super-finish" aluminium | 4 parts for drill | 150 mm

150 mm | 8 mm shank

Contents: polishing discs | compounds

high-gloss | super-finish

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Item No.
500-bm-alu-150-2

Aluminium super finish polishing set for drills | 150mm

The four-part super finish polishing set for aluminum enables hard-to-reach aluminum components to be polished to a high gloss. This polishing set reliably delivers the flawless mirror finish that is characteristic of aluminum on carefully pre-polished aluminum surfaces.

Product features

  • Effecta N2550 shank tool, 150 x 8 mm
  • Effecta FM230 shank tool, 150 x 8 mm
  • Vmax = 30 m/s, Umax = 3,800 rpm
  • High-gloss polishing paste Menzerna 480BLF (approx. 1.3 kg)
  • Super Finish polishing paste Menzerna P175 (approx. 1 .35 kg)

Application

  • 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

  • The evenly pre-polished and cleaned surface in cross passes with a shank tool Effekta N2550 and Menzerna 480BLF at approx. 25-30 m/s (3,300 - 3,800 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 2

  • The clean, mirror-polished surface using the Effekta FM230 shank tool and Polish the Menzerna P175 at approx. 25-30 m/s (3,300 - 3,800 rpm) quickly in cross passes to a super finish
  • The Super Finish Paste P175 only leaves an invisible microfilm on the flawless surface. To protect this surface, mechanical cleaning after superfinishing is usually avoided