Sanding Abrasives for Floors & Wooden Surfaces


In order to achieve the perfect result you need to find the proper abrasive for your wooden  floor sanding project. We can provide a complete portfolio of products that offer an effective sanding, smoother surface and an amazing results.



Grit

The abrasives are produced in a range of grit sizes and is used to remove material from surfaces, either to make them smoother, to remove a layer of material (such as stain), or to make the surface rougher (as a preparation for gluing).

The grit size indicates the abrasive grade on the abrasive side of the product. A higher grit number indicates a smaller abrasive grain and a finer abrasive product. A lower grit number indicates a coarse grit. You can use 16, 24, 36, 40, 50, 60 grit for sanding uneven surfaces; 80, 100 grit for sanding marks and unevenness; 120, 150, 180 grit for fine sanding or final surface treatment.

Types

  • Aluminium Oxide – a synthetic material derived from bauxite. That is the most widely used abrasive because of its toughness and versatility. While it’s the most pure, it’s also the toughest and most hard wearing abrasive.
  • Zirconia – a synthetic, industrial-duty abrasive. Its grain has a good heat resistance. It is suitable for removing imperfections, it provides aggressive, yet smooth sanding on metal and wooden surfaces.
  • Ceramic – Offers very aggressive and long lasting sanding.