Shank Mounted Buffing Tool EFFEKTA Cotton "Firm"

Material: N2550

Ø 80 - 150 mm

Thickness: 15 - 60 mm

Weight: kg
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EFFEKTA® Buffing Wheels

EFFEKTA buffing wheels are high-performance tools for finish-buffing. They are constructed of multiple pleated plies of raw cotton fabric, which ensures a good cooling effect with a very high finish-buffing performance. The soft pleats perfectly adapt to complex surface geometries and provide for random contact patterns. Therefore, EFFEKTA buffing wheels produce particularly uniform surface qualities.

Our shank tools are miniature versions of the tried and tested EICKELIT designs. They complement the buffing process when it comes to the precise cut-buffing and finishing, particularly of surfaces with complex geometries.

Product Features

  • Ventilating shaft tool made of firm raw cotton fabric N2550
  • 6 - 24 mirror-inverted layers with very soft EFFEKTA pleating
  • Diameter from 80 - 150 mm
  • Configurable width from 15 - 60 mm
  • Tensioning mandrel with a diameter of 6 or 8 mm, cast with thermosetting synthetic resin compound
  • Recommended optimal circumferential speed: 20 - 35 m / s
  • Maximum permissible speed (depending on the diameter): 4.500 - 8.500 1 / min

Raw Cotton Fabric N2550

N2550 is a firm raw cotton plain weave fabric with a specific weight of approx. 230 g / m². Buffing discs made of N2550 are used in particular for general buffing of non-iron, steel and stainless steel.


Schaftwerkzeug Effekta Dimensionen Zeichnung
  • Schaftwerkzeug Effekta Dimensionen Tabelle
  • * Observe the safety regulations for the minimum clamping depth of shank tools!

Heat Development of EFFEKTA Buffing Wheels

  • Due to their large contact surface, EFFEKTA buffing wheels develop significant frictional heat. With its powerful air flow, EFFEKTA can efficiently remove this excess heat from the work piece
  • Materials with low thermal conductivity (e.g. plastics, wood, etc.) tend to quickly overheat. This can be avoided by carefully dosing the immersion depth and polishing time

General Information on Polishing