Mirka is extending its range of paper-backed abrasives by introducing multi-hole discs in its Gold and Q Silver Ace ranges. This will improve the overall performance by increasing dust extraction capabilities compared to traditional paper abrasives.
The new multi-hole pattern reduces clogging of the abrasive surface, increases the speed of cut and produces an improved surface finish.
Mirka Gold is an all-round product known for its versatility and quality finish, and Q Silver Ace is a premium ceramic abrasive with excellent performance on more demanding applications. The new multi-hole Gold and Q Silver Ace 150mm discs feature 37 holes for coarser grits and 121 holes for finer grits.
Craig Daycock, managing director of Mirka UK, says, “No matter what surface you are working on and what tools you prefer to use, our ambition is always to enable the best possible finish while ensuring a dust free environment that is good for the operator and the production process.”
For more information, see the Mirka UK website
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