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Scotch-Brite™ Surface Conditioning Roll, 4 in x 30 ft, A VFN, 3/Case

  • 3M ID 61500160983

Available in a variety of sizes and grades to meet various project requirements

Color coded by grade to reduce risk for error

Works well on metal, plastics and composites

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  • Available in a variety of sizes and grades to meet various project requirements
  • Color coded by grade to reduce risk for error
  • Works well on metal, plastics and composites
  • Works well on metal, plastics and composites
  • Open web responds to surface irregularities while minimizing the geometry alteration on the part

Our Scotch-Brite™ Surface Conditioning Roll effectively blends, deburrs, finishes and cleans a variety of substrates. It can also be used for light grinding. The versatility of the Scotch-Brite™ Surface Conditioning Roll makes it a good all-purpose product.

Scotch Brite™ Surface Conditioning Roll
Non woven material
combined with abrasive
grain is an ideal way
to add a great finish
or remove burrs without
gouging or undercutting
the workpiece
The Many Benefits of Open Web Abrasives
Our Scotch Brite Surface Conditioning Roll has all the benefits operators expect from our Scotch Brite™ products, including non woven abrasive technology and a consistent cut. It is available in aluminum oxide or silicon carbide mineral, as well as a range of grade from super fine (SFN) to coarse (CRS). Super fine grades will cut less aggressively and produce a finer finish whereas coarse grades will cut more aggressively and produce a coarser finish. We offer our Scotch Brite™ Surface Conditioning Roll in a variety of grades and minerals so operators may find the product best suited to their specific project needs.

Non woven technology makes our Scotch Brite™ abrasives unique. We intersperse abrasive mineral on synthetic fibers using resin — creating an open web construction. Spaces between the fibers permit excess material to escape, so the mineral does not get worn down by debris. It keeps the mineral cutting sharper longer, enhancing cut performance and increasing abrasive service life. The spring like nature of the fibers works well on contours and responds to