WHITE ALUMINUM OXIDE
White aluminum oxide, grit suitable for preparing surfaces for coatings or painting. It is also recommended for cleaning and deburring treatments. It is distinguished from brown aluminum oxide by the complete absence of ferrous residues. The granulometric composition of EKF grains with dimensions F4-F220 is in accordance with ISO 8486 requirements. This product is made using technology certified in accordance with EN ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 14001:2004.
BROWN ALUMINUM OXIDE
Brown aluminum oxide, grit suitable for preparing surfaces for coatings or painting. It is also recommended for cleaning and deburring treatments.
Specific Weight 3.98/cm3 – Hardness 21Kn/mm2 Knoop-9 mohs.
GH ANGULAR GRIT
Hardened GH steel grit always remains angular in the operating mixture. This media is particularly effective in the processes of deburring, rubber/metal anchoring, preparation for coating or painting and cleaning using heat treatments.
Plastic grit suitable for paint stripping and controlled removal. UREA specifications – type II MB – chemical characteristics according to ISO 2112/DIN 7708 Typ 131/131.5
Specifications: MIL P-85891. Approval: US AIR FORCE, BUNDESWEHR, ROLLS-ROYCE, AIRBUS, PRATT & WHITNEY, MTU, GE and Lufthansa
Used to achieve shiny surfaces, offers low shattering values which guarantees reduced consumption. Wide range of grains. Use in certified contexts (ISO9100, ISO TR Automotive and NADCAP). Wide range of grains.
Used to achieve brightness and uniformity of machined surfaces with low shattering values, guaranteeing a significant reduction in consumption. Recommended for finishing stainless steel parts. Wide range of grains. Chemically inert, non-contaminating for the treated components. Complies with Industry Standards NF L 06-824 and DS SP BE 01 Specifications.
Glass microbeads, suitable for obtaining finishes with shiny surfaces. Wide range of grains, from 40 up to 800 microns.
Produced in accordance with ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 14001:2004 standards in compliance with European Directive 90/128/EEC (now included in European Directive 2002/72/EC).