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Scotch-Brite™ Radial Bristle Disc, RB-ZB, 220, 3/4 in x 1/16 in (1.91 cm x 0.16 cm)

  • 3M ID 7000000758
  • UPC 00048011257570

Moulded, abrasive-filled bristles strip, deburr, blend, finish, polish, clean, and remove coatings effectively with less pressure

Proprietary 3M Ceramic Abrasive Grain technology cuts aggressively and delivers consistent finish quality throughout the life of the disc

Flexible bristles require less pressure than wire brushes and conform to contoured surfaces, even on complex parts

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  • Moulded, abrasive-filled bristles strip, deburr, blend, finish, polish, clean, and remove coatings effectively with less pressure
  • Proprietary 3M Ceramic Abrasive Grain technology cuts aggressively and delivers consistent finish quality throughout the life of the disc
  • Flexible bristles require less pressure than wire brushes and conform to contoured surfaces, even on complex parts
  • Bristle spacing is ideal for removing coatings and other high-loading substances

The Scotch-Brite™ Radial Bristle Disc features 3M Ceramic Abrasive Grain technology blended with aluminum oxide and moulded into flexible bristles. This disc continually self-sharpens so the abrasive doesn't dull over time. Use this disc to help remove paint, stains, adhesives, weld burns, rust, heavy oxides, and surface contaminants.

Suggested applications
  • Works well on aluminum, brass, bronze, carbon steel, cast iron, stainless steel, and other metals
  • Use in light pressure applications like deburring, blending, finishing, polishing, cleaning, and removing coatings
  • It is used for general industrial, aerospace, automotive, metalworking, transportation, and automotive applications

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