Scotch-Brite™ High Strength Disc is a general purpose disc made of a durable, tough web and is designed to effectively clean, deburr, denib/defuzz, and achieve satin finishes. The durable, non-woven, open-web construction resists loading and runs cool to keep the abrasives cutting at a consistent rate throughout the life of the disc.
- Durable open-web disc deburrs, denibs/defuzz, and cleans a wide variety of metals
- Conformable disc with wear-resistant edge provides consistent finishes and long disc life
- Can be stacked to expand use or cover larger surface areas
- Load resistance extends cut rate throughout the life of the disc
- Tough, non-woven material allows heavy-duty use
|Diameter||8 in||203.2 mm|
What is the diameter of Scotch-Brite High Strength Disc?
The diameter of Scotch-Brite High Strength Disc is 8 inches.
What is the thickness of Scotch-Brite High Strength Disc?
The thickness of Scotch-Brite High Strength Disc is 1/2 inch.
What is the grit size of A VFN in this product?
The grit size in Scotch-Brighte™High Strength Disc, A VFN, 10 per inner, and 20 per case varies between General purpose to Ultra Fine equivalent range.
How many pieces are included in a pack and a case respectively for this product?
One pack includes ten discs which constitutes products with small quantities. Otherwise, there are cases that have twenty packs approximately.
Which surfaces can I use with scotch brite high strength disc on my industrial heavy duty flooring projects?
The scotch brite high strength disc works perfectly on acrylics; composites; hard wood construction materials; gel coats strong adhesives materials both dirty and clean for surface preparation on your industrial flooring tasks among other tough coating removal applications.
Scotch-Brite™ High Strength Disc
Conformability is a key feature of the Scotch-Brite™ High Strength Disc, enabling it to effectively work on irregular surfaces and reach tight areas without causing any damage to the base material. This versatile disc can be used individually or stacked on a straight shaft tool or bench motor to condition larger areas, such as bar grates, louvers, vents, and tracks.