Abrasive Nylon DIY Line

Nylon Abrasive DIY brushes do not scratch and therefore they are appropriate for cleaning and polishing wood, metallic surfaces, tile, stone, concrete, plastic materials, stainless steel or aluminum.

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Measures

Type Diameter Filament
Color
Grit Bulk Package R.P.M. Max PCS Per Box
Wheel 3" Red 80 96660 96661 4,500 12
Wheel 3" Blue 150 96670 96671
Wheel 4" Red 80 96760 96761
Wheel 4" Blue 150 96770 96771
Cup 2" Red 80 97460 97461
Cup 2" Blue 150 97470 97471
Cup 3" Red 80 97660 97661
Cup 3" Blue 150 97670 97671
End Brush 1" Red 80 94160 94161
End Brush 1" Blue 150 94170 94171
Flap 4" Red 80 97760 97761
Flap 4" Blue 150 97770 97771

Technical Specifications

Finishing grade

Abrasive Nylon Finishing Grade
Grit 20|40|60 Coarse NA1
Grit 80|100|120 Medium NA2
Grit 180|200|300 Fine NA3
Grit 400|800|2000 S. Fine NA4
Non-Abrasive Fibers Neutral SW5

Removal rate

Nylon & Flap brushes
Grit 20|40|60
Grit 80|100|120
Grit 180|200|300
Grit 400|800|2000
Non-abrasive Nylon

Flexibility

DLZ, FLAP, Encapsulated brushes
Twist knots, Control brushes
Crimped wire .020 to .012
Crimped wire .010 to .004
Crimpe wire .003 to .002 Nylon & synthetic fibers
  • Action: Deburring, Finishing
  • Tool: Drill
  • Surface: Stainless, Steel

  • Brushes made of nylon filaments impregnated with Aluminium Oxide abrasive particles.
  • High flexibility without danger of breaking, providing long working life and increased safety.
  • Suitable for dry applications only.
  • To be used in power drills.
  • Red colour nylon brushes (grit 80) produce a coarse finishing; the blue colour ones (grit 150) provide a fine polishing.

Applications

Nylon brushes do not scratch and therefore they are appropriate for cleaning and polishing of:

  • Any kind of wood (fine or rustic).
  • Metallic surfaces such as automobile bodies.
  • Tile, stone and concrete
  • Plastic materials.
  • Stainless Steel and Aluminium.

Order Example

Order example:

96771

Additional information

Operating Recommended Speed

Optimum performance is obtained at the recommended working speed 2.500 R.P.M.
Speeds above the recommended ones may smear the workpiece due to heat build-up.