- Silicon carbide is more aggressive and cuts faster than aluminum oxide
- Paper backing is flexible, and offers a more consistent finish than cloth or fiber
- Full resin bonding system for increased strength and durability
- Closed coat for a higher-quality finish than an open-coat sheet
- Waterproof sheet for use in wet or dry applications
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Norton T401 Black Ice Abrasive Sheet, Paper Backing, Silicon Carbide, Waterproof
|Price:||$34.95 - $4,272.68|
|Brand Name||Norton Abrasives - St. Gobain|
|Grit Material Type||Silicon Carbide|
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Norton Black Ice T402 abrasive sheets have aggressive silicon carbide abrasive grit and a strong resin bond for hand- and jitterbug-sanding on metal and wood, when wet or dry. This sheet is suitable for light-duty metal sanding, primer sanding, sanding and finishing composites and fiberglass, and defect removal from painted surfaces.
Coated abrasives have individual abrasive grains spaced at a predetermined distance from one another. This is a closed-coat sheet. A closed coat covers 100 percent of the surface with abrasive grains, for more stiffness and better surface finish than an equivalent open coat, where abrasive grit covers 50 to 70 percent of the surface. The paper backing is flexible, and offers a more consistent finish than a cloth or fiber backing, while being thicker and more durable than a polyester film backing. This sheet features a resin bond. Resin bonds have good moisture resistance, are harder and less flexible than glue bonds, and have good heat resistance and grain retention. Resin bonds are useful for abrasive operations with high operating speeds, impact, and sudden loading, as the resin bond is strong.
Silicon carbide is a sharp, aggressive grain that offers high penetration, fast cutting, and high material removal even under light pressure. It is commonly used with softer materials like brass, plastics, and rubber, and abrasive materials like glass and enamel, but can wear out faster that aluminum oxide when used on wood.
Abrasives are used for a variety of applications from shaping a part to fine finishing, depending on the grit size. Low grit numbers like 40 are coarse and are used for removing excess material and shaping a part. High grit numbers like 400 are fine and help to create a smooth surface finish.
Norton Abrasives manufactures a wide variety of sanding, grinding, and polishing abrasives, and has been located in the United States since 1885. In 1990, Saint-Gobain purchased Norton, keeping its manufacturing facilities and offices in the same location. Norton/Saint-Gobain has been recognized as a Global 100 Sustainable Company, as well as earning ISO 9000 and 14001 certification for quality and environmental management standards.