The diamond polishing disc is commonly used for polishing and grinding surfaces such as concrete, microcement, stone, stoneware and granite. The grinding disc is valued for its durability and ability to effectively machine hard materials. As each layer of microcement needs to be sanded to achieve a smooth surface, a concrete grinding disc will be ideal. A diamond grinding disc is more efficient than sandpaper and is sufficient to sand a larger area of the substrate. Notes: Remember that polishing a floor with a diamond pad is a professional process that may require experience. If you are unsure how to sand a surface, it is always a good idea to consult a professional or use a specialist floor treatment company. Use a protective face mask when sanding.
Is it better to sand microcement with a diamond pad or sandpaper?
One sandpaper pad will be suitable for an area of a maximum of a few m2. If you have a larger area to work on and the possibility of attaching smaller pads (with a trivodisc-type adapter), the diamond pad will be a better economic solution and sufficient for a much larger area (even around 100 m2).
Diameter ø: 150 mm
Mounting: Velcro for mounting on grinding wheel
Disc operation: dry
Dry grinding and polishing: microcement, concrete, stone, granite, ceramic, chamfering of stoneware
Gradation of your choice: #50 or #100
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