Standard Abrasives™ 7000046888 Surface Conditioning FE Disc 845811, 7 in CRS
High edge durability and flexibility
Designed for blending, coating removal, finishing, and light deburring
Aluminum Oxide on FE material provides high initial and extended cut rate
Most efficient on ferrous materials when high contact pressure and stock removal are required
Available with Hook and Loop attachment
Our Standard Abrasives™ Surface Conditioning FE Disc combines high edge durability and flexibility with high initial and extended cut rate for edge work, deburring and blending of all metal types on both flat and contoured surfaces.
Tough Woven Fabric
Standard Abrasives™ Surface Conditioning Discs provide a more compact structure of non-woven fibers than Buff & Blend products. Our FE disc has a woven fabric (scrim) embedded in the nylon structure to provide additional strength and durability. This helps extend the life of the disc and allows for extended use on ferrous materials or steel. This is the best material to use when high contact pressure and stock removal are required.
Our Standard Abrasives™ Surface Conditioning FE Discs are made of a tough, but flexible nylon mesh that fits any contoured surface. This mesh is also laced with aluminum oxide abrasive. Aluminum oxide discs are a good match for operators who desire an all-purpose versatility and economy. The mineral cuts fast while blending and deburring and should be used for applications on ferrous metals and composites. Aluminum oxide discs feature a premium grain with higher fracture strength, meaning the mineral will fragment and renew more readily. They are available in grades ranging from Very Fine to Extra Coarse.
Strong Backing for Better Performance
For the best results, it is recommended that a Standard Abrasives brand holder pad is used. Tests have shown that surface conditioning discs, when used in conjunction with the Standard Abrasives holder pad, have a greater durability and performance rate. These pads also assure that pressure is applied evenly all the way to the edge of the disc.