The Polishing Buffs are very common, versatile tools, with good durability and good quality/price ratio for the treatment and surface finishes in the industrial processes in the manufacturing industry.
Generally, these Polishing Buffs are mounted in secondary stages the during industrial processes, where the Industrial Brushes do the work of cleaning or more aggressive surface treatment, and after these come the Polishing Buffs for the final finishing of the surfaces.
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There are many combinations resulting from crossing the type of Polishing Buffs with the polishing material, but we can summarize:
- Polishing buffs of stitched cotton layers:
They are mainly used in large or robotic polishing facilities. Ideal for polishing of non-linear contour fittings, as well as curved surfaces.
- Pleated polishing buffs:
They are used for polishing very complex parts, to work with high flexibility and ventilation with a good abrasive capacity.
- Ventilated polishing buffs:
Cotton discs with a metal core for machine mounting. They are cheaper discs with good quality/price ratio and especially used in the finishing of metal, wood, and marble surfaces.
- Wavy Polishing Discs:
They are designed in regular waves, to obtain a good performance but the maximum possible ventilation.
- Tufted industrial brushes for finishes:
Those finishing tasks are indicated where it is necessary to avoid excessive heating of the surface.
- Maxi stitched polishing buffs:
Large buffs for robotic machines, as well as large polishers. They are equipped with abrasive felt for the satin finish and are manufactured in both cotton and sisal.
- Stitched polishing buffs:
Extremely compact discs, for pre-polishing works on flat objects or metal profiles.