Polishing and buffing are types of finishing process undertaken to smoothen up the surfaces of different metals. An abrasive belt, work wheel or leather strap is used for polishing purpose. Technically, it refers to processes that make use of abrasives which are glued to the work wheel. Buffing, on the other hand, makes use of loose abrasive applied to the work wheel being used. Buffs refer to rubbing objects that usually made up of metal using a soft, dry cloth to make them shine.
Trizact Abrasive belts
Trizact belts are structured and abrasive used to get consistent finishes and higher type of cut. They provide long-lasting sharpening effect.
Felt Abrasive belts
First-rate merino felt belts, continuous throughout with no joins. For a rapid mirror fi nish using polishing pastes and creams and no scratches or smears. Always use a separate felt belt for each paste and cream as it is important to not mix different grit sizes.
Surface Conditioning Belts
The surface conditioning belts are used for their commendable aggressive yet not gouging effects of the target surface. They can also be used on conventional belt machines and for deburring.