Deburring Polishing Media

1. Plastic Abrasive Media

  • It is used for smoothing surface of the non ferrous metal such as gold, silver, brass, copper, white metal.
  • Available in two shapes cone and pyramid.
  • Various grades are available for different application
  • A lower density cost effective finishing media, an alternative to conventional media offering qualities & depreciation rates similar to ceramic media.
  • High performance Grinding Medium Roughness.
  • A low fine finishing media for producing a very flat fine surface on all metals from fine grinding to polishing, specially for the jewelry industry.

2. Ceramic Abrasive Media

  • It is widely used for ferrous metals as well for non ferrous too where highly smoothing is required at less time.
  • Ceramic media is best for heavy cutting and hard metals.
  • Ceramic media supports very heavy parts better that plastic media.
  • Ceramic finishing media is the most common media used in mass finishing.
  • Its provide high abrasive properties due to which grinding rate is increased.
  • Ceramic Ball
  • Ceramic Angle Cut Cylinder

3. Porcelain Media

  • It is used for wet polishing and also in circular vibrator for polishing light weight work pieces.
  • Available in various shapes and sizes.
  • It produces high luster / mirror finish for stainless steel parts, while having low wear rate
  • Porcelain Angle Cut
  • Porcelain Ball

4. Stainless Steel Media

  • It is used for polishing and burnishing.
  • It is made up of high grade steel and available in pins, balls, satellite of varying sizes.
  • Stainless steel pin’s shape is used in magnetic polishing machines only for the shining step, especially when there are internal surface impossible to reach by hand

5. High Polishing Balls

  • Very hard and long – lasting
  • Very High polishing properties
  • Highly recommended for use in vibrators and finishing machines sizes available (from 0.7 mm to 3.2 mm)
  • Reach Intricate areas also

6. Dry Polishing Media

  • Walnut chips – We have impregnated and non-impregnated walnut shells for polishing as well as grinding.
  • corn cobs, wooden media, crushed walnut shells are extremely durable, angular and multi faceted

7. Polishing Compound

  • Polishing media and work piece lubrication
  • Reduction in loss of abrasive stones
  • Retain surface lustre
  • Anti-rust
  • Increased efficiency of wet grinding
  • Surface oxide softening
  • Grease removal
  • Clean workplace

8. Pastes

  • Grinding paste
  • Smoothing paste
  • Polishing paste