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High-carbon heat treated steel angular abrasives (G)
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High-carbon heat treated steel angular abrasives (G)G abrasives, marked GH possess a minimum hardness of 60 HRc
High-carbon heat treated steel angular abrasives (G)
G abrasives, marked GH possess a minimum hardness of 60 HRc. We recommend them exclusively for blasting with compressed air. Due to their exceptional abrasive characteristics optimal surface profiles can be achieved and this is a basic requirement for high quality surface protection.
Exceptionally GH abrasives can be used in wheel blasting machines for the blasting of cylinders.
Characteristics: In the process of blasting GH abrasives retain their original sharp-edged form.
G abrasives marked GM possess the hardness from 52 to 56 HRc. They are recommended for the preparation of surfaces with high requirements concerning the purification and roughness profile (enamelling, metal coating...).
Characteristics: In the process of blasting GM abrasives lose their original sharp-edged form.
G abrasives marked GN possess the hardness from 48 to 52 HRc. They are recommended for the applications in the surface preparation (cleaning) prior to painting, for the removal of sand,...
Characteristics: In the process of blasting GN abrasives become round.
 
Characteristics of granite cutting abrasives
Steel abrasives for granite cutting possess the hardness from 64 to 66 HRc. They are recomended exclusively for cutting of granite blocks.
When applied for granite block cutting maximum cutting of the stone is granted due to abrasive characteristics.

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