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Automotive Abrasives

From preparation to finish, abrasives are critical to all bodyshop processes. CROP has a full range of abrasives to suit every type of application for superior performance, anti-loading, dust-free and consistent finish. Our automotive abrasives are available in a wide variety of sizes and grades to ensure a perfect finish. There are different types of abrasives available:

  • Wide Belts
  • Narrow Belts
  • Sanding Discs
  • Sanding Sheets
  • Abrasive Sponges

Aluminium Oxide Grit

Aluminium Oxide Grain (also known as Fused Alumina) is the most widely used abrasive grain in sand blast finishing and surface preparation because of its cost, longevity, and hardness. Harder than other commonly used blasting materials, aluminum oxide grit powder penetrates and cuts even the hardest metals and sintered carbide. Due to it's cutting properties aluminium oxide is used in a wide variety of abrasive products - from grinding discs, polishing wheels, and sanding papers.

Silicon Carbide Sandpaper

Silicon carbide is a sharper and harder grain compared to aluminum oxide, but silicon carbide is less durable because it is brittle and has a more narrow shape that wears down at an increased rate. Due to its razor-sharp grains, silicon carbide will have no problem easily cutting glass, plastic, and metal under light pressure.

Mirka Abranet and Abranet HD

The range of innovative abrasives that use Mirka’s revolutionary and patented ‘Net Sanding’ construction is continuously being expanded as new products and accessories are added to provide effective solutions to changing market needs.

Find the right abrasive grit

Start by choosing the right sandpaper grit and type. Keep in mind: The higher the number, the smaller the grains and the finer the sandpaper grit. Lower numbers indicate larger grains and overall coarser sandpaper.

  1. Select the right size of sandpaper grit
  2. Choose the appropriate coarseness
  3. Consider the best type of grit to choose
  4. Find the right tool (machine sanding or manual sanding systems)
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