Electroplated triangle diamond polishing pads for grinding and polishing corners and edges
Popular size of electroplated triangle diamond polishing pads are 3"(80x80x80mm) or 4" (93x93x93mm).
Available grits 30# 60# 120# 200# 400# 600#
Electroplated working surface is made with electroplating technology, can be run both wet and dry but will last longer when run in wet.
The pads are in special triangular shape to reach the furthest depths of corners and edges.
Electroplated triangle polishing pads are the most aggressive polishing pads, work more efficiently than vacuum brazed or resin bond pads. Usually used for initial grinding in polishing process.
Velcro back for quick change. Different velcro color for different grits.
Used on oscillation sanding machines such as FEIN MultiMaster,Rockwell SoniCrafter, Dremel Multi-Max, Ryobi detail sanders etc.
Z-LION electroplated triangle diamond polishing pads are widely used in concrete floor polishing industry for grinding and polishing corners and edges where general grinders can not reach. The special features of Z-LION electroplated triangle polishing pads are as follows:
High quality diamonds and other raw materials are used in the formula to ensure good cutting capacity and long lifespan of the pads.
With 20 years of experience on electroplating technology, our electroplated polishing tools are top quality diamond tools in the industry and loved by customers all over the world.
Our electroplated diamond tools have the most aggressive removal rate you can imagine because of the highest percentage of diamond exposure. Always work efficiently to save time and labor.
Diamond working surface will not peel off ensure smooth grinding and polishing as well as long lasting.
|Usage||Wet and dry|
|Grit||30# 60# 120# 200# 400# 600#|
Widely used for concrete floor surface preparation and restoration, such as warehouse, parking lot, workshop, supermarket etc. Used on oscillation grinders for detail polishing of corners, edges and other small areas where general grinders can not reach. Usually used for initial grinding in polishing process because of its aggressiveness.