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2" x 72" Surface Conditioning (Non-Woven) Belts

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2" x 72" Surface Conditioning (Non-Woven) Belts

What are surface conditioning belts and what are they used for?

Non-woven belts are often referred to as surface conditioning. They are used to clean, blend, deburr and finish aluminum, stainless steel or steel surfaces. These belts, while they seem expensive do last a long time and leave a great finish. Because this is a fibrous sanding belt material, they have reduced loading and head build-up which allows for the longer operating time and consistent surface finishes. This belt has a reinforced scrim backing...although it can shape and form for detail and edge work. 

Our surface conditioning belt material comes in four colors

Coarse (brown) 

Medium (Maroon) 

Very Fine (Blue)

Ultra fine (Grey) 

Tips to use surface conditioning belts?

  • Light to moderate pressure pressure is recommended for most of the material grades. Keep in mind, a lighter hand may be needed on the coarse grade as it can remove significant material if used too firmly.
  • Follow the grit sequence from course to medium to very fine to ultra fine! 

What is the grit equivalent of the different grades of Surface Conditioning?

Keep in mind these recommendations are guidelines: the actual non-woven material is not officially rated in terms of grit. However, these recommendations match our (and customers experience) of what to expect.

Coarse: 40 to 60 grit

Medium: 80 to 120 grit

Very Fine: 150 to 180 grit

Ultrafine: 220 grit

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 2" X 72" LEATHER BELT

  • These leather strops are used with polishing compound to finish the sharpening and edge of the knife. Typically these belts last a very long time and most knife makers only have one for each type of compound they finish with—often settling on one single compound and belt to finish their edge.

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