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Conventional abrasive materials on flexible base

  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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The classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.

The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.

 
 

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  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

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  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.


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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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Build-up of material

The classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.

The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.

 
 

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  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

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  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

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  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

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  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

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  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.


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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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Conventional abrasive materials on flexible base

  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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Conventional abrasive materials on flexible base

  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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The classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.

The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.

 
 

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  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

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  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.


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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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The classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.

The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.

 
 

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  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

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  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

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  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

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  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

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  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.


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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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Conventional abrasive materials on flexible base

  Build-up of materialThe classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.   Need to know more?Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.  

Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.

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Conventional abrasive materials on flexible base

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Build-up of material

The classic abrasive materials are built up in layers. The ingenious construction of the various layers determines the technical properties and the final quality of the end product. In principle, a conventional abrasive material consists of 4 to 5 layers. The lowest layer is the backing. The various backings largely determine the flexibility and the strength of the abrasive material. A glue layer is applied to the backing. Subsequently, the grit is spread onto the glue layer. An ingenious technique ensures that the grit with the sharpest edge is always placed uppermost in the glue layer.

The various materials of which the grit consists determine the area of application of the abrasive material. Another glue layer is applied on top of the grit to optimally anchor the grit to the backing. A grinding aid can also be applied as a top layer. This top coating ensures the grinding dust is properly removed during use, and also provides a cooling effect.

 
 

Need to know more?

Click on the layer and discover the possibilities and its specific properties.

 


Did you know that sand paper is not always just sand paper? Very often, what is called sandpaper in common parlance is not paper but abrasive cloth. A base or backing can consist of paper or cotton. There are film bases and mesh bases; there are classic abrasive materials or three-dimensional grinding structures; there are grinding sponges... the list goes on! That is the reason why we at Cibo always use the term flexible abrasive materials, as this term covers the entire range.