Mirka 75x533mm Abranet Max Portable Sander Belts, Grits 100 – 240, 40/Pack

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Mirka 75x533mm Abranet Max Portable Sander Belts, Grits 100 – 240, 40/Pack

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Abranet Max has aluminium oxide grains that deliver a high cut rate to achieve efficient sanding on a variety of applications. The symmetric net structure allows effective stock removal whilst minimising the risk of overheating the sanded surface area or burning the belt. Its design creates a finer more consistent scratch pattern resulting in a better surface finish and is fully resin bonded making it more effective to use and increasing product durability.
Abranet Max has no directional arrows on the reverse side, which means it can be run in both directions making it much more economical and user-friendly. Abranet Max is available in grits P80-P240. Abranet Max is a universal net abrasive suited for a broad variety of sanding applications. Due to the net structure, it does not clog up on resinous wood types or soft materials and the sanded surface stays cooler and avoids burning. The tough aluminium oxide grain gives a high cut rate on harder wood types and materials and the symmetrical net structure enables an efficient cut and stock removal. Lower pressure is needed and a more consistent surface finish means minimal quality variations in the process when sanding with Abranet Max. The product offers an extreme long lifetime compared to conventional abrasive belts, which results in cost savings and time efficiency because of less downtime in production. Mirka 75x533mm Abranet Max Portable Sander Belts are suitable for: soft and hard woods, primer, lacquers and soft and resinous materials.
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Hard Woods, Lacquers, Paints, Soft/Resinous Woods, Veneer

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Abranet Max has aluminium oxide grains that deliver a high cut rate to achieve efficient sanding on a variety of applications. The symmetric net structure allows effective stock removal whilst minimising the risk of overheating the sanded surface area or burning the belt. Its design creates a finer more consistent scratch pattern resulting in a better surface finish and is fully resin bonded making it more effective to use and increasing product durability.
Abranet Max has no directional arrows on the reverse side, which means it can be run in both directions making it much more economical and user-friendly. Abranet Max is available in grits P80-P240.

Abranet Max is a universal net abrasive suited for a broad variety of sanding applications. Due to the net structure, it does not clog up on resinous wood types or soft materials and the sanded surface stays cooler and avoids burning. The tough aluminium oxide grain gives a high cut rate on harder wood types and materials and the symmetrical net structure enables an efficient cut and stock removal. Lower pressure is needed and a more consistent surface finish means minimal quality variations in the process when sanding with Abranet Max. The product offers an extreme long lifetime compared to conventional abrasive belts, which results in cost savings and time efficiency because of less downtime in production.

Mirka 75x533mm Abranet Max Portable Sander Belts are suitable for: soft and hard woods, primer, lacquers and soft and resinous materials.

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Why Use Aluminium Oxide?

Mirka 75x533mm Abranet Max Portable Sander Belts have an aluminium oxide grit, which is considered to be a good all-round or general purpose grain that works well on various applications.

In disc form (i.e. velcro-backed, fibre or flap discs) it is best suited to metalworking, such as aluminium and carbon/mild or stainless steel, and leaves a finer scratch pattern than other more aggressive products such as zirconia. This, in combination with its wide range of grades (generally between P36 - P400) means that it is often used prior to beginning some form of polishing process. There are also some benefits in woodworking, for example fibre discs are quite common in the floor sanding industry for the initial stages, with heavy stock removal requiring coarser grits.

Aluminium oxide is also quite common with abrasive belts, and can have specific features to improve performance on particular substrates. For example - when working on soft woods/metals it can often begin to transfer to the belt and quickly cause it to "clog" or dull, and so a more suitable material to use would be one with either a semi-open or open coat. With these there is less abrasive on the belt which leaves more space between the grains, the idea being that the loading would occur here rather than on the grit itself (the other effect of this is however that due to less abrasive being present the belt is in turn less aggressive.) In reverse a closed coat means that 100% of the surface of the belt is covered with the grain, so will take off more stock but is recommended only for hard woods and metals that are not prone to clogging. Aluminium oxide belts have either a paper or more durable cloth/polyester backing, with paper primarily being either a narrow or wide belt and most popular in woodworking, while cloth/polyester are more prominent in metalworking and available in a greater variety of sizes, again including narrow and wide but also file belts and portable sander belts.

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Product Size

Grade / Grit

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Grit Type

Substrates/Surfaces

Hard Woods, Lacquers, Paints, Soft/Resinous Woods, Veneer

Coating

Backing

Abrasive Type