For the EIKELIT grinding fleece shank tools, lamellas or discs of a nylon random fleece with firmly bonded abrasive grain are connected in a circle to a shank. This type of polishing tool is particularly suitable for cleaning, fine grinding, satin finishing and matting of non-ferrous metals and steel, as well as a large number of other fields of application. We use a wide assortment of abrasive fleeces with grinding bodies made of aluminum oxide or silicon carbide and with different strengths and grain sizes for our abrasive fleece shank tools.< /p>
The tangled webs processed into abrasive fleece are very flexible. This is why particularly complex profiles and geometries are processed very efficiently with fleece shank tools with gentle removal. Due to the constant wear of the carrier material, freshly released abrasive particles are always produced on the tool surface. Since the concentration of the abrasive always remains the same, polishing tools made of abrasive fleece are particularly low-maintenance and provide a very consistent grinding pattern over their entire service life.
Silicon carbide abrasive fleece flap shank tool
Grit "Very Fine" (Grit 320 [CAMI])
Diameters from 50 - 100 mm
Thickness 50 mm
Mandrel with a diameter of 6 - 8 mm cast with duroplastic synthetic resin
* Observe the safety regulations for the minimum clamping depth of shank tools!
Areas of Application
Non-woven polishing tools are suitable for the surface treatment of metal (steel, INOX, non-ferrous metals and alloys) and non-metal surfaces (plastics, paints, wood, etc.)
Their wide area of application includes for instance cleaning, descaling, deburring, fine grinding, roughening, matting, satin finishing, etc.
New abrasive fleece polishing tools must first be carefully run in until a uniform finish is achieved
In order to avoid overheating and a subsequent disturbance of the surface structure that is difficult to correct afterwards, abrasive fleece polishing tools should be operated with as moderate to low pressure as possible
Basically, the rule applies that a lower cutting speed produces a coarser matting image
The following guide values apply to the typical cutting speeds of non-woven abrasive polishing tools: