Micro-Mesh Discs – Hook and Loop or Self Adhesive
* Better Surface Contact
The crystals in the conventional abrasives are locked at irregular heights and at random angles. Many never touch the working surface. The Micro-Mesh® system allows the crystals to move – depressing to seek a common level – while rotating their planing chips into alignment. Consequently, this creates a smooth shaving action rather than gouging and abrading the surface – an ultrafine scratch pattern results.
* Larger Crystals
The unique ‘Floating Suspension’ of Micro-Mesh® crystals allow us to use relatively large grit to produce super finishes. Micro-Mesh® removes the peaks of the previous scratch pattern without gouging deeper channels.
* Less Loading
Using larger crystals leaves a large valley between crystals relative to the very fine particles removed. These fine particles will fall free of the crystals and clear of the freshly worked
* Reduced Friction
Much of the heat generated during conventional sanding comes from abraded particles loading the abrasive. This heat can
actually weld the abraded particles back onto the workpiece, creating a false surface. At some future time these particles may come loose, causing part failure. With Micro-Mesh® high heating and welding just can’t occur, assuring surface integrity.
* Longer Life
By avoiding the heat producing friction that can fracture and destroy crystals, Micro-Mesh keeps its superior properties longer – up to 15 time longer – than ordinary abrasives.
Can use wet or dry. Using wet will prolong life and flush out metal waste, keeping Micro-Mesh® cleaner. Best results will be achieved when using Micro-Mesh® with light pressure and/or at low rotational speeds.
Micromesh works a bit differently from standard abrasives, use this chart to choose the grit you require by comparing to standard FEPA grits.
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