Brown & White Aluminum Oxide Grit is an extremely aggressive and hard abrasive used primarily for blasting non-ferrous surfaces where ferric contamination is a concern. As an angular, durable blasting abrasive, aluminum oxide can be recycled many times. Aluminum Oxide’s high bulk density, hardness, and angular shape give it an aggressiveness that provides a clean, fast cutting action.
It has excellent thermal shock resistance and can be used in many high temperature environments. It is also highly abrasive, making it perfect for grinding and polishing applications. Additionally, its chemical inertia means it can be used in a wide range of chemical processes without reacting with other chemicals or materials. Due to these advantages, it is widely used in the production of cutting tools, sandpaper belts, shot blasting media, heat-treating systems and more.
For an even better performance, manufacturers often mix brown/white aluminum oxide.
Brown/white aluminum oxide is a common material used in a variety of industrial applications. It has excellent thermal and electrical conductivity, making it ideal for use in high-temperature equipment such as furnaces and welding machines. Its strength and durability also make it suitable for use in abrasive products such as grinding wheels and sandpaper. Brown/white aluminum oxide is highly resistant to corrosion, making it an ideal choice for use in marine environments where there may be salt water or other corrosive elements present. It can also be used in coatings and insulation products as well as for its non-slip properties on surfaces like stairs and walkways. Finally, it provides excellent wear resistance when incorporated into machine parts, helping to extend their lifetime performance. oxide is a very versatile substance with numerous industrial uses. It has physical properties such as hardness, toughness, and stability that make it ideal for many applications.