Bonded abrasives Most Commonly Used Materials

//Bonded abrasives Most Commonly Used Materials

Bonded abrasives Most Commonly Used Materials

Aluminum oxide and silicon carbide are most commonly used bonded abrasives material.
There are nine materials below for reference.

Material:Brown alumina
Usage: For carbon steel, alloy steel, malleable castiron, or hard bronze grinding and cutting.

Material: White alumina
Symbol: WA
Color: White
Usage: For fine grinding, dressing, honing, or screw grinding the tools of alloy steel, high speed steel, hardened steel, etc., with great strength and high hardness.

Material: Pink alumina
Symbol: PA
For general grinding and coarse grinding the internal tools, gears, and instrument frame of alloy steel, tool steel, and hardened steel.

Material: Single crystal alumina
Symbol: SA
Color: Light Khaki
Usage: For grinding vanadium steel, austenitic stainless steel, high speed steel, titanium alloy, etc. with high hardness and strength.

Material: Micro crystal alumina
Symbol: MA
Color: Brown
Usage: For various of hardened steel, stainless steel, or nodular cast iron heavy grinding, mirror grinding, or coarsing grinding.

Material: Black silicon carbide
Symbol: C
Color: Black
Usage: For cast iron, non-ferrous steel, and non-metallic material grinding, cutting, or honing.

Material: Green silicon carbide
Symbol: GC
Color: Green
Usage: For brittle and hard carbide, glass, gem, and stone grinding, cutting, or super fine grinding.

Material: Synthetic diamond
Symbol: SD,SDC
Color: Yellow or green
Usage: For hard carbide, optical glass, gem, semi-conductor materials, non-ferrous materials, and non-metallic materials grinding, cutting, or electrolytic grinding.

Material: Cubic Boron Nitride
Symbol: CBN
Color: Amber, or black
Usage: For grinding ferrous metal, such as refractory alloy, vanadium steel, cobalt steel, molybdenum steel, high speed steel, bearing steel, and titanium steel, etc.

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