- Open coat design for reduced loading or sheet clogging
- Zirconia alumina is self-sharpening, and more durable than aluminum oxide
- NorZon Plus zirconia alumina abrasive offers extended life over standard zirconia alumina products
- Strong paper backing is sturdy yet flexible and conforms well to the work surface
- This sheet is used for soft materials such as fiberglass and composites
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Norton H875 Norzon Plus Abrasive Sheet, Paper Backing, Zirconia Alumina
|Brand Name||Norton Abrasives - St. Gobain|
|Grit Material Type||Zirconia Alumina|
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The Norton H875 NorZon Plus zirconia alumina abrasive and open-coat design offer reduced loading and high durability, for longer sheet life. This sheet is used for sanding soft materials such as fiberglass and composites.
Coated abrasives have individual abrasive grains spaced at a predetermined distance from one another. An open coat covers about 50 to 70 percent of the coated surface with abrasive, for greater flexibility and resistance to clogging than a closed coat, which has 100 percent grain coverage. An open coat allows for longer usage time by clogging less, while a closed coat offers a finer surface finish than an equivalent open-coat abrasive. This sheet is open-coat. The strong E-weight paper is durable yet flexible (paper is measured on a scale from A to F, where F is heaviest), and offers a more consistent finish than a cloth or fiber backing.
Zirconia alumina is a self-sharpening abrasive that allows for a faster cut rate and longer life than aluminum oxide, due to its ability to fracture and refracture, creating new cutting edges. Zirconia alumina is often used for high stock removal on wood and metals.
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.