Ideal for maintenance and repair, our narrow Standard Abrasives™ Ceramic Belt reaches into corners and small spaces. The blend of high-performing ceramic grain and aluminum oxide creates a harder, longer-lasting abrasive that excels at moderate stock removal to finishing. A grinding aid enables use on heat-sensitive alloys, while the heavy polyester backing supports high-pressure applications.
Boosts Cut-Rate and Excels Under Pressure
Perfect for moderate to heavy stock removal in offhand and pressure grinding, ceramic abrasives are engineered to cut fast and handle intense heat and stress applications. Our Standard Abrasives™ Ceramic Belt features a ceramic and aluminum oxide blend that surpasses aluminum oxide in cut-rate and durability. When dealing with tricky spots on the workpiece, our narrow Standard Abrasives™ Ceramic Belt is a good match for blending corners, contour finishing, deburring edges, and deburring inside diameters.
Ideal for Stainless and Exotic Alloys
To protect heat sensitive metals, a grinding aid reduces running temperatures, and the abrasive is resin-bonded to the backing to maintain durability under high heat and pressure. Use this belt on stainless steel, nickel alloys, and cobalt alloys for dimensioning parts, deburring, blending, and finishing castings and forgings. If a lubricant is needed, this belt has you covered - the versatile polyester backing supports both wet and dry applications.
File Belts Extend Your Reach
File belt power tools are lightweight and easy to control, so operators can grind and blend hard-to-reach areas with power and efficiency. Plus they do double-duty by finishing and polishing from slack of belt. When working on hard-to-reach areas and many other small applications, reach for a Standard Abrasives™ coated abrasive belt.
Quality Standard Abrasives™ Products for Industrial Applications
The Standard Abrasives brand has supplied quality abrasives to the metalworking industry for over 50 years. Customers rely on our broad offering of high performance products including coated, bonded, and non-woven abrasive lines.