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New Shur-Brite belts from Superior Abrasives


Superior Abrasives introduces Shur-Brite surface conditioning belts which feature an open structure to resist overheating, part discoloration or loading, according to the company.

“With repeatable finishes, Shur-Brite belts are ideal for large scale robotic applications,” the company said in a statement.

“In narrow or short form, like file belts, the surface conditioning material is manufactured with additional flex, easily conforming to small contact wheels and narrow areas of the workpiece. They are ideal for airfile belt sanders, portable belt sanders, and bench-stand belt sanders.”

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