- Ceramic aluminum oxide grain blend cuts faster and lasts longer than traditional aluminum oxide
- Produces more parts per belt than traditional aluminum oxide belts, requiring fewer belt changes
- Heavyweight polyester backing supports high-pressure applications and can be run wet or dry
- Contains a grinding aid to reduce heat and increase performance when grinding stainless steel
- Durable resin bond resists heat deterioration, which extends the life of the belt
Deburr, Blend and Finish Stainless Steel
Cloth Belt 777F contains a grinding aid that reduces running
temperatures when used on heat-sensitive alloys like stainless steel,
nickel alloys and cobalt alloys. The abrasive grain is bonded to the
backing with resin to maintain durability under high heat and pressure.
This belt is recommended for use on stainless steel or other exotic
metal alloys for dimensioning parts, deburring, blending, and finishing
castings and forgings.
Ceramic Abrasive Grain Boosts Performance
increased performance, 777F products feature aluminum oxide blended
with 3M ceramic abrasive grain for a harder, longer-lasting abrasive.
Ceramic/aluminum oxide blend surpasses aluminum oxide abrasives in
cut-rate and durability and makes the Cloth Belt 777F an excellent
choice for moderate stock removal and surface preparation.
Sized to Suit Your Needs
abrasive belts are available in various widths and lengths for sanding
both wood and metal. We offer a broad selection of belts to fit most any
industrial belt sander. Wider belts are used with wide belt sanders to
dimension or finish wood panels, smooth rough-cut edges of metal sheets,
or add a grain pattern to stainless steel sheets. Medium-width belts
fit onto edge sanders for sanding flat, narrow surfaces such as panel
edges; and narrow belts are used with portable belt sanders for sanding
or blending wood pieces such as cabinet doors.
Find Your Flex
come with various flexibilities and splices that join the belt ends.
Our 3Mô Cloth Belt 777F has a film splice for added strength when
grinding in high pressure applications. When greater flexibility may be
needed to increase conformity or for a softer touch for finishing and
blending, an L-flex provides more flexibility than the standard flex,
and a full flex belt is the most flexible.
- Moderate stock removal
- Deburring stainless steel
- Finishing stainless steel
- Surface preparation