A compact buff, purely made of sisal web. It is a hard, aggressive tool. Sisal is a natural material, perfect for the polishing process due its excellent compound retention properties.
A flexible and economical cutting tool with irregular folds of sandwiched sisal and cotton cloth quilted together. The quilting of the cloth and sisal provides flexibility in the buffing of contoured parts, and enables the buff to effectively hold compound. These buffs can produce an aggressive cut or color finish and adapt well to any surface.
A flexible and economical cutting tool with irregular folds of sandwiched sisal. These buffs offer a heavy cutting action with the flexibility to use on flat or contoured surfaces.
Made from the tightest quality cloth specifications, these cloth buffs set the industry standard for quality and performance. The standard ventilated buff is suitable for almost every step in the polishing process. This buff runs cooler than stitched buffs, is more flexible and does a better job on contour work. The irregular folds fixed to a metal clinch ring form a flexible and economical buff.
This type of buff is constructed using the highest quality material and is biased to reduce fraying and increase life. This makes them effective finishing tools for ferrous & non-ferrous metals, marble, plastics, and other materials. Mill treated buffs offer a firmer hand and can provide a one step cut and color process.
This type of buff is constructed using the highest quality material and is biased to reduce fraying and increase life . The steel center and rigid construction allow for greater pressure and faster cutting speed. Mill treated polycotton buffs offer a heavier, more flexible and resilient cut & color option.
Similar to the standard ventilated buffs this buff is flexible and versatile. This type of buff is constructed using the highest quality polycottons and is biased to reduce fraying and increase life. Various qualities of gray cloth can be selected depending on the results required. The irregular folds fixed to a metal clinch ring form a dense and economical buff for coloring.
Osborn developed a revolutionary buffing material that possesses characteristics never achieved with other buff cloths. The MagnaFlex™ material is primarily suited for mush buffing of non-ferrous metals without sharp edges. This cloth provides flexibility and can fold into parts with deep contours providing contact to create high color finishing. Designed to run at lower speeds and still provide cutting and coloring actions on part surfaces this buff will provide a clean result.
This is a complete wheel for lathe with straight arbor shaft for coated abrasive sanding belt operating or glue and abrasive grains. Made from full disc cotton sewed sections makes this a complete wheel to carry belts. Canvas discs are provided to protect sewing and keep the edges from breaking down.
This wheel is used with coated abrasive sanding belt operations as the carrier of abrasive belts and does not touch the product. Made from rubber sections versus cloth makes this contact wheel a durable and cooler wheel to carry belts. Pressed discs are provided to protect sections, maintain structure, providing firmness and keeping the edges from breaking down. The material allows flexibility when needed for contoured edges and parts as they pass across the abrasive belt surface. Used in automated and manual polishing coated abrasive belting applications. The contact wheel is available in multiple configurations and densities.
These buffs are made with 100% cotton. Loose full disc buffs are made with 1 row of sewing around the arbor hole. They are soft and flexible and are ideal for reaching uneven surfaces while buffing or coloring metals, hard rubber, marble and plastics. Spiral and concentric sewn buffs are harder than loose buffs.
Full disc sisal buffs are used for cut down operations of ferrous and non-ferrous metals. They are constructed from top quality sisal, sewn and treated for added cut and life. Cloth/Sisal conventional buffs alternate cloth and sisal ply to create the desired firmness of the buff. The use of the cloth in the buff adds value in compound retention and softens the buff for contoured parts. The combination of cloth and sisal provides cutting action and high color on steel and aluminum parts.