Abrasive Grinding Belts & Rolls

Various grain types for specific workpieces

Grit sizes from 20 to 1200 Grit

Belt width from 3mm to 2850mm

Belt length from 31mm to 23200mm

High stock removal rates

Top size coatings

Self-sharpening characteristics

Technical Data
Product Description

High Performance Abrasive Belts & Rolls

Abrasive belts are predominantly used for grinding weld seams, deburring, grinding castings, fettling and removal of workpiece imperfections. Both file belts and wide belts can be manufactured with paper or cloth backings with belt joints to suit your application. Abrasive belts are used off-hand, on back stand, swing frame & robotic machines dependant on the application.

Abrasive belts are produced using Aluminium Oxide, Zirconia, Silicon Carbide & Ceramic grains with grit sizes typically ranging from 20 – 1200 grit. Topsize coatings can be used to improve stock removal rates while reducing heat generation. Abrasive belts are also available in Non-Woven material with grit sizes ranging from 100 – 400 grit.

In addition to the above, Abrasive rolls can be manufactured when off-hand working is necessary. The flexible paper and cloth backings allow for a simple tearing-off process, often utilised in pipe honing.

Backstand machines available upon request. Lead time approx 8 weeks.

  • Grinding of weld seams
  • Deburring
  • Grinding of castings (both off-hand, back-stand, swing frame & robot machines)
  • Fettling
  • Removal of workpiece imperfections
Technical Data

Aluminium Oxide

Universally used for most applications. Can be produced with topsize coating to aid performance.


Self-sharpening characteristics. Offers high stock removal with cool cutting capabilities. Can be produced with topsize coating to aid performance.

Silicon Carbide

Suitable for low contact pressures offering free cutting ability.


Produced using different types of Ceramic grain, all of which have self-sharpening characteristics. Varying Ceramic grain types allow medium to high contact pressures to suit your application. Can be produced with topsize coating to aid performance.

Ceramic with additional coating for use on non-ferrous materials

An additional coating is applied to the base layer of Ceramic grain. The base layer of Ceramic grain ensures self-sharpening characteristics. The additional coating prevents clogging offering a longer tool life and higher stock removal rate compared to conventional grain types.


Surface Conditioning material manufactured with a polyester backing. Non-Woven material offers long tool life, a consistent scratch pattern and no clogging.

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