KL 361 JF Strips with cloth backing for Steel, Metals, NF metals, Wood, Stainless steel

Bonding agent Resin
Grain Aluminium oxide
Coating Close
Backing JF-cotton
NF metals
Stainless steel
Metal construction
Wood processing industry

Suitable for a host of materials – the abrasive strips KL 361 JF

The abrasive strips KL 361 JF have a cloth backing that makes them suitable for wide range of applications. They can be used for work on:

  • steel,
  • stainless steel,
  • non-ferrous metal and
  • wood.

This versatility makes these abrasive strips a perfect choice for do-it-yourselfers. They are suitable to be fitted on orbital sanders. Customers can choose from a wide selection of widths and grits.

Outstanding ability to contour to the shape of the workpiece

The abrasive strips KL 361 JF come with a backing that is made of JF cotton. Their ultra resilient cloth backing makes these abrasive strips flexible enough to contour perfectly to the shape of the workpiece to be processed and to deliver an extra fine finish. This cotton backing also provides for greater tear resistance compared to a paper backing. This is why these abrasive strips are equally well suited for contoured sanding and high stock removal sanding.

Durable and ideal for fast sanding

Composed of aluminium oxide, the grain has been applied to the JF cotton backing with a close coating. Aluminium oxide, falls into the category of synthetic abrasive grains. Unlike natural grains, such as emery or garnet, this grain is distinguished by characteristics that are more uniform. Aluminium oxide is exceptionally hard and tough. It is bonded to the abrasive backing with the help of synthetic resin. A close coating means that nearly 100% of the backing surface are covered with abrasive grain. These two factors are responsible for the long service life of these abrasive strips and the high removal rate during sanding. During sanding, the close coating ensures that the applied force is spread across a large number of grain points. This distribution of force leads to a shallower penetration into the material by each point compared to other types of grain coating. The end result is a surface with a finer finish. Another factor contributing to the excellent performance of this product is the flexible cloth backing.