The abrasive belt CS 910 Y ACT by Klingspor has been specially engineered for metal processing and offers a multitude of advantages. These include
This abrasive belt has been engineered specifically for use on machinery.
The abrasive belt CS 910 Y ACT boasts a Y-polyester cloth backing that is exceptionally tear-resistant and stands out with its green multibond for unparalleled service life. The abrasive material is made of ceramic aluminium oxide, applied with a close coating and bonded with fully synthetic resin. This ceramic aluminium oxide is microcrystalline, sharp-edged, hard, extraordinarily tough and self-sharpening. The close coating offers very high levels of aggressiveness and ensure a high stock removal rate. The multibond gives this abrasive belt increased performance as it reduces the amount of waste material adhering to the abrasive grain. This quality provides for cool grinding. When used for sanding on steel, the product will not produce any heat-induced annealing colours on the workpiece. During sanding on titanium this premium product is designed to protect the abrasive belt against clogging and vitrification. It also reliably prevents any friction-induced heat that may lead to the formation of microscopic cracks on titanium alloys that are sensitive to heat. Equipped with Advanced Coating Technology (ACT), this abrasive belt CS 910 Y ACT also has the additional benefit of its optimum grain adhesion.
Klingspor developed this abrasive specifically for use in construction, container manufacturing, in the tool industry and for turbine manufacturing in aircraft construction. This high-performance abrasive belt is a particularly fine choice for rough sanding, deburring, edge machining under heavy load and surface sanding with high contact pressure. The abrasive belt can be fitted on
The abrasive belt CS 910 Y ACT offers an ideal solution for work on stainless steel and high-alloy steels such as titanium and turbine steel. It offers particularly aggressive abrasive performance and unparalleled efficiency.