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Hook & Loop Sanding Discs

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Hook-and-loop sanding discs remove rust and paint, clean and level welds, and prepare them for final finishing. They attach to a compatible hook-and-loop backing pad on a power sander to reduce the time it takes to refresh a disc or change grits. Hook-and-loop discs can be removed and reapplied so they're a good choice for applications where the disc is changed out before fully worn.
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General Purpose Sanding Discs for All Surfaces

General Purpose Sanding Discs for All Surfaces

General purpose sanding discs for all surfaces have an open-coat aluminum oxide abrasive applied to a paper backing. Aluminum oxide is a strong, sharp, and durable abrasive that penetrates the work surface and withstands heat and high speeds. Open-coat abrasives have grit on about 50% of the surface leaving space between the abrasive grains to prevent swarf from clogging the surface which keeps the workpiece cooler. The paper backing provides a smooth, flat surface to provide consistent pressure across the work surface. Compatible surfaces and substrates include paint, plastic, composites, gelcoat, fiberglass, and carbon steel.

Non-Vacuum

Non-Vacuum
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5 Hole

5 Hole
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6 Hole

6 Hole
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8 Hole

8 Hole
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Multi-Hole

Multi-Hole
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High-Performance Sanding Discs for Wood & Soft Metals

High-Performance Sanding Discs for Wood & Soft Metals

High-performance sanding discs for use on wood and soft metals have an open-coat zirconia alumina abrasive applied to a paper backing. Zirconia alumina grains break down frequently to create fresh, sharp edges to cut and finish faster than aluminum oxide. It cuts cooler than aluminum oxide and is often used for high stock removal or under high pressure. The paper backing provides a smooth, flat surface to provide consistent pressure across the work surface. Examples of soft metals include aluminum, copper, and brass.

Non-Vacuum

Non-Vacuum
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Cool-Cutting Sanding Discs for All Surfaces

Cool-Cutting Sanding Discs for All Surfaces

Cool-cutting sanding discs optimized for use on all surfaces have an open-coat ceramic abrasive applied to a paper backing. Ceramic self-sharpens faster than other abrasives to remove material quicker. Quicker material removal speeds up the work and keeps the surface cooler, making ceramic a good choice for heat-sensitive metals. Open-coat abrasives have grit on about 50% of the surface leaving space between the abrasive grains to prevent swarf from clogging the surface which keeps the workpiece cooler. The paper backing provides a smooth, flat surface to provide consistent pressure across the work surface. Compatible surfaces and substrates include paint, plastic, composites, gelcoat, fiberglass, and carbon steel.

Non-Vacuum

Non-Vacuum
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7 Hole

7 Hole
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Multi-Hole

Multi-Hole
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Flexible Cool-Cutting Sanding Discs for All Surfaces

Flexible Cool-Cutting Sanding Discs for All Surfaces
Flexible cool-cutting sanding discs optimized for use on all surfaces have an open-coat ceramic abrasive applied to a cloth backing. Ceramic self-sharpens faster than other abrasives to remove material quicker. Quicker material removal speeds up the work and keeps the surface cooler, making ceramic a good choice for heat-sensitive metals. Open-coat abrasives have grit on about 50% of the surface leaving space between the abrasive grains to prevent swarf from clogging the surface which keeps the workpiece cooler. The flexible, tear-resistant cloth backing conforms to contours and is more durable and tear resistant than paper. Compatible surfaces and substrates include paint, plastic, composites, gelcoat, fiberglass, and carbon steel.

Non-Vacuum

Non-Vacuum
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Multi-Hole

Multi-Hole
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Flexible Cool-Cutting Sanding Discs for Stainless Steel & Nickel Alloys

Flexible Cool-Cutting Sanding Discs for Stainless Steel & Nickel Alloys

Flexible cool-cutting sanding discs for use on stainless steel and nickel alloys have a closed-coat ceramic abrasive applied to a cloth backing. Other workpiece materials include cobalt, Inconel, titanium, and chrome. Ceramic self-sharpens faster than other abrasives to remove material quicker. Quicker material removal speeds up the work and keeps the surface cooler, making ceramic a good choice for heat-sensitive metals. Closed-coat abrasives have abrasive grain across the entire surface to provide a smoother finish and faster material removal than open-coat coverage. The flexible, tear-resistant cloth backing conforms to contours and is more durable and tear resistant than paper.

Non-Vacuum

Non-Vacuum
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3 Hole

3 Hole
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5 Hole

5 Hole
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6 Hole

6 Hole
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