- 3M 237AA Trizact Cloth Belt uses proprietary microreplication technology where micron-graded aluminum oxide particles are formed into tiny pyramids of abrasive mineral and then coated on an X weight cloth backing. As these pyramids wear, fresh, sharp mineral is continually exposed to produce a consistent cut and a predictable, fine finish. Conventional abrasives start out sharp, but dull quicklyThe three-dimensional structures of 3M Trizact abrasives contain multiple layers of mineral. As these pyramid-like structures wear, fresh, sharp mineral is constantly exposed to the workpiece, resulting in faster, more consistent cutting throughout the life of the belt. Built For Dimensioning and Scratch Refinement The abrasive and resin structure for the 3M 237AA Trizact Cloth Belt is formulated to break down under medium pressure and keep fresh, sharp mineral cutting to provide consistent finishes on hard metals such as carbon and stainless steel. Our belt also features a grinding aid that helps prevent heat buildup, warping and discoloration. The belt is constructed on an X-weight, durable cloth backing that helps provide control, conformability, and effective medium-pressure grinding. The resin bonded abrasive gives you greater heat resistance and helps prevent delamination.
The Science of Flawless Finishes
Unlike conventional abrasives, our line of 3M™ Trizact™ belts start sharp and stay sharp, resulting in more predictable finishes and improved, consistent quality. 3M™ Trizact™ belts can last up to five times longer than conventional belts and provide precise finish control such that operators can reduce grade sequences, requiring fewer process steps and fewer abrasive products. Three-dimensional structures uniformly distributed over the entire surface of 3M™ Trizact™ abrasives ensure consistent performance and eliminate part to part variation.
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