3M Trizact Cartridge Roll 237AA, 1/4 in x 3/4 in x 1/8 in A45 X-weight
100 per order, made to order
Small, cylindrical shape enables abrasive to access internal diameters
Aluminum oxide mineral cuts sharp without gouging the substrate
Resin bond keeps abrasive running cool to help prevent part discoloration
Trizact™ abrasive features microreplication technology for ongoing, consistent cut
X-weight cloth backing enhances durability and tear resistance
3M™ Trizact™ Cloth Cartridge Roll 237AA has a name that precedes it. Operators already know that cartridge rolls are built for flexibility; the small, cylindrical shape of cartridge rolls enables them to get in, out, over and around workpieces. Cartridge rolls can be especially helpful when you find yourself in a tight spot or corner. Use this roll for light deburring on a variety of rolls.
3M™ Trizact™ Cloth Cartridge Roll 237AA contains particles of aluminum oxide, which is known for its sharp cut and fine finishing capabilities. This synthetic mineral tackles burrs and defects without gouging or marring the substrate. Moreover, the mineral is adhered to an X-weight cloth backing. X-weight backings are durable and tear resistant, which helps the cartridge roll stand up to edges and contours. The aluminum oxide mineral is resin bonded to the cloth backing, and — as the cartridge roll abrades the surface — the resin breaks down gradually to keep the substrate cool. The cartridge roll features an arbor hole to accommodate a mandrel (sold separately), which attaches to a die grinder.
When you find yourself in a corner, trust 3M™ Trizact™ Cloth Cartridge Roll 237AA to help you finish it.
3M Science, Applied with 3M™ Trizact™ Abrasives
3M™ Trizact™ abrasives revitalize light dimensioning and finishing work by reducing processing steps, increasing throughput and creating consistency. Big benefits are achieved through a proprietary 3M technology called microreplication. During microreplication, small three-dimensional structures resembling pyramids are adhered to a backing. These “pyramids” contain layers of mineral, and they begin to break down after repeated use, continually exposing fresh mineral. The cycle of mineral renewal sustains the abrasive’s sharpness. Ongoing sharp cutting action reduces the need to swap out the abrasive, contributing to higher throughput and increased productivity. Additionally, because the mineral is uniformly distributed over the abrasive surface, the workpiece receives fixed – rather than erratic – contact for a consistent cut.