Black Silicon Carbide Abrasive Grain, Grits, & Powders
Silicon Carbide has a lower hardness and abrasive capacity than industrial diamond and boron carbide. Yet because of its much lower cost when compared with diamond or B4C, it is widely used for grinding nonferrous materials, finishing tough and hard materials, as well as filling up ceramic parts.
Silicon Carbide Powder and Compound
Applications: Precision lapping and polishing, sawing quartz, bonded and coated abrasive products, pressure blasting (wet or dry). Premasol Silicon Carbide Compound Available in multiple micron sizes from 1µm to 80µm in water based or oil based compounds.
Abrasive Lapping Powder & Polishing Powder
The first type of lapping (traditionally called grinding), typically involves rubbing a brittle material such as glass against a surface such as iron or glass itself (also known as the "lap" or grinding tool) with an abrasive such as aluminum oxide, emery, silicon carbide, diamond, etc., in between them.
Amazon: silicon carbide powder
Silicon Carbide Loose Powder for Lapping Sharpening Stones F 60 grit. 4.6 out of 5 stars 13. Maslin Polishing Powder Silicon Carbide 36-8000# Powder Polishing Tools For Circuit Board Metal Glass - (Grit: 1500) $38.99 $ 38. 99 $55.00 $ 55. 00.
Consumables Lapping, Grinding and Polishing | Lapmaster
Lapping Compounds / Grinding Compounds (Aluminum Oxide, Silicon Carbide, or Boron Carbide powder) Polishing Pads (U sed for polishing a wide variety of materials including metals, glass, semiconductor materials, and more) Diamond Powders (Monocrystalline Synthetic- both resin and metal bond, Polycrystalline Synthetic, and Natural diamond powder)
Silicon Carbide Lapping | Products & Suppliers
Description: Abrasive Lapping Films We offer abrasive lapping films and papers in sheets, discs, rolls and belts with diamond, aluminum oxide, silicon carbide and cerium oxide coatings in a wide range of particle sizes from mesh size down to sub-micron.
Abrasives | Saint-Gobain Silicon Carbide
Abrasives. Silicon Carbide is a ceramic material with an outstanding hardness, only surpassed by diamond, cubic boron nitride and boron carbide. Due to its high abrasion resistance and relatively low cost, Silicon Carbide is used as a loose- or fixed-abrasive material in a wide variety of applications.
Polishing Tungsten Carbide - Kemet - Lapping Machines
The Lapping and Polishing of Tungsten Carbide and Diamond Wire Drawing Dies Tungsten carbide is a hard sintered material. In the past, die shop operators have lapped with silicon carbide and boron carbide. Others have used widely graded diamond powder mixed with oil.