The grain shape is determined by measuring the bulk density (using the FEPA method). Therefore Imerys Fused Minerals is in the position to provide the right abrasive grain type for all grinding applications. * FEPA - Fédération Européenne des Fabricant de Produits Abrasifs ** ANSI - American National Standard InstituteGet Price
Microcrystalline, sintered abrasive grain as defined in claim 1 in which the average longitudinal to transverse dimensional ratio is at least 1.5 :1. 3. Microcrystalline, sintered abrasive grain as defined in claim 1 in which the edges of said grain are sharp and unrounded. 4. Microcrystalline, sintered abrasive grain as defined in claim 2 in ...
Abrasive polishing is both an innovative and an age-old technique used to alter the topography of a surface to achieve a desired finish. As early as 12,000 BCE, mankind used crushed crustacean shells, pumice stones, and quartz sand to polish tools and decorative figurines . Quartz is still used in abrasive polishing today, owing to its ubiquity on earth and extremely high MohsGet Price
As the market leader in premium abrasive grains for Bonded and Coated abrasives, Saint-Gobain produces Seeded Gel ceramic grain, Alumina Zirconia grains, and value-added Aluminum Oxide grains. Saint-Gobain also serves blast finishing, lapping and polishing, and other industrial applications with value-added fused and sintered abrasive grains.Get Price
Sintered bauxite as blasting abrasive grain. Sintered Bauxite. Sintered bauxite is made by sintering fine bauxite ore. Bauxite is the main ore used to produce Aluminium and consists 75% of Aluminium Oxide. It is a hard and unyielding abrasive in spherical shapes. Applications.Get Price
The abrasive and the material to be worked are brought into contact while in relative motion to each other. Force applied through the grains causes fragments of the worked material to break away, while simultaneously smoothing the abrasive grain and/or causing the grain to work loose from the rest of the abrasive.Get Price