3M™ Hookit™ Film Disc 375L delivers outstanding tear resistance, flexibility, and a consistent, uniform finish on a variety of substrates. Premium aluminum oxide abrasive grain offers a fast cut-rate and extended product life for greater productivity.
- Premium aluminum oxide abrasive offers a fast cut and long life, and performs well on many surfaces
- 3M™ Hookit™ disc is easy to change and reuse, maximizing utility for the life of the disc
- Durable film backing is tear-resistant and provides a uniform, consistent finish
- Open coat construction provides an aggressive cut
- Load-resistant coating helps prevent dust and debris from clogging the disc
- Excellent for contoured surfaces
|Diameter||6 in||152.4 mm|
What is the maximum operating speed of the 3M™ Hookit™ Film Disc 375L, P120, 6 in x NH, Die 600Z?
The maximum operating speed for this disc is 12,000 RPM.
Can I use these discs for wet sanding?
Yes, you can. These film discs work great with water or other lubricants to reduce heat buildup and keep the surface from getting clogged up by particles during wet sanding.
How long does each disc last before needing to be changed out?
The lifespan of a disc will vary depending on factors such as pressure applied and material density. However, generally speaking, these durable film-backed abrasives are designed to provide consistent performance and longer life compared to paper abrasive products. You'll just need to replace them once they stop working effectively or become worn down over time.
The 3M™ Hookit™ Film Disc 375L is a durable film disc that provides tear resistance needed for the use of coarse grades in high-production metalworking environments. It is particularly useful where edge wear is a concern.Suitable for a Variety of Applications
The 375L film disc is suitable for a variety of applications. In woodworking, the medium grades conform well to the contours and rounded edges of challenging work surfaces to deliver a superior finish. The load-resistant coating and open coat construction reduce clogging and extend the life of the abrasive. For pre- and post-paint finishing, the fine grades deliver a superb uniform finish on plastics and clear coat technologies commonly used in the transportation industry.Designed for Use with a Random Orbital Sander
The 375L film disc is designed for use with a random orbital sander and the 3M™ Hookit™ backup pad (sold separately). It comes in a range of grades for various applications from rough sanding to very fine finishing.Hook-and-Loop Style for Easy Attachment and Removal
Hook-and-loop style 3M™ Hookit™ discs are ideal for workspaces where adhesive backed discs may become contaminated by dust, dirt, or flying debris. They are often used in applications where a 3M™ Stikit™ disc may be too aggressive, as Hookit discs tend to leave finer finishes than adhesive backed discs. Hookit sanding discs conveniently and firmly attach to a hook-and-loop backup disc pad (sold separately) on a random orbital sander, can be removed cleanly and easily, and can be re-used again and again for the extent of the abrasive life. Hookit discs provide optimal performance when paired with a 3M™ Hookit™ disc pad.Film-Backed Discs for Excellent Tear-Resistant Properties
Film-backed discs have excellent tear-resistant properties and provide a very uniform finish and consistent results with each use. This makes them an excellent option when working on paint, e-coats, primers, gel coats, glass, acrylics and solid surface material, wood topcoats and anywhere else a perfect finish is needed.Aluminum Oxide for Fast Cut-Rate and Long Life
Aluminum oxide is a popular choice among industrial professionals because of its fast cut-rate and long life. This mineral makes a tough, durable abrasive that self-fractures to expose fresh cutting edges, whereas traditional natural abrasives dull more quickly. Due to its fast cut-rate, hardness, and strength, it is widely used in grinding applications in addition to sanding and finishing applications. Aluminum oxide is suitable for a wide variety of materials in both woodworking and metalworking, including ferrous alloys.