Our abrasive sheets, no matter which product all serve separate purposes and can remove surface materials such as metal, ceramics, glass, plastics, and paint. Their flexibility allows them to be used on various surfaces with many applications involved such as wet and dry grinding, sanding, cleaning, polishing, and surface preparation in a variety of industries. Most notably metalworking, woodworking, ceramics, and semiconductors.
Abrasive cloth sheets are usually made of silicon carbide and aluminum oxide on a cloth backing which makes them flexible. They are used for sanding and polishing.
Film sheets are usually made of aluminum oxide and are flexible and durable. They are used in the contouring of surfaces without damaging or over-sanding them. We have over 260 film sheets and rolls available made by 3M™ Hookit™, Stikit™ and Trizact™.
Abrasive foam sheets are not completely rigid, instead, their semi-rigid sponges make them flexible enough for any surface. They are mostly used in sanding and polishing wooden surfaces. Our foam sheets are made by 3M™ Trizact™, Hookit™.
Non-woven sheets are made of the fibers of synthetic material like nylon arranged in a 3D web structure. These sheets are long-lasting as they do not shred and are used in smooth finishing of the surface. We have 204 non-woven sheets & rolls made by 3M™, Scotch-Brite™, Standard Abrasives™.
Sandpaper sheets can be made of garnet, aluminum oxide, or silicon carbide glued tightly to the paper backing. These discs are utilized in the wet sanding and polishing of the surfaces. We have 282 different varieties of sandpaper sheets and rolls made by 3M™ Scotch-Brite™, Stikit™, Wetordry™.
We have 3 premium roll dispensers available from 3M™ designed specifically to hold, store, carry and dispense rolls of 5˝ or 6˝ 3M™ Stikit™ discs, whilst allowing you to keep the rolls on hand and protected from dust and dirt. Our dispensers help keep the disc rolls clean so that they attach firmly and consistently to the backup pad.