For belt grinding of stainless steel workpieces, we rely on the work of professional grinding equipment. This enables us to achieve remarkably fine surfaces, which can have a roughness of Ra 0.8 µm. With regard to our processing capabilities, we can process stainless steel sheets with maximum dimensions of 6,500 x 3,000 millimeters.
The grain of the abrasive belts used in belt grinding ranges from 36 to 320. On this basis we produce a technical grinding, with the desired roughness. The result of our stainless steel grinding we protect after completion, if desired, with a film from scratches or other damage.
Belt grinding – work with smooth results
When surfaces are finished by belt grinding, this is usually done if they are to be used later in the hygiene, pharmaceutical or food sectors. Against this background, stainless steel grinding is of particular importance. The roughness created in this way should then be protected. On request, we therefore take suitable protective measures after stainless steel grinding to protect the grinding from scratches and other damage.
Once the grinding belts have done their work, this protection is frequently provided by applying a special protective film. This adheres reliably to the ground surface, is particularly tear-resistant and ensures protection during transport and further processing. Ideally, it is only finally removed to the end user in order to optimally protect the results achieved during stainless steel grinding.
High-quality sanding belts ensure smooth surfaces
We exclusively use high-quality sanding belts for stainless steel grinding. Their special composition makes them extremely durable and they deliver premium results. Another important aspect of stainless steel grinding is that the use of these sanding belts ensures that the belt grinding process does not result in unwanted deposits of extraneous rust. Our sanding belts help to ensure the absence of extraneous rust after stainless steel grinding. For example, this can occur when using sanding belts that contain ferrite. But, our belt grinding technology rules out any formation of extraneous rust.
We use sanding belts with different granulations to be able to produce surfaces with different levels of roughness. The granulation that we use for stainless steel grinding ranges between 36 and 320.
Optimum surface protection
Whenever surfaces are finished with belt grinding, this normally takes place because they will subsequently be used in the hygiene, pharmaceutical or food sector. This ascribes a certain level of importance to stainless steel grinding that must be protected in the factory. Upon request we can therefore take appropriate measures after stainless steel grinding to protect the ground metal from scratches and other damage.
Once the sanding belts have done their work, this protection generally involves the application of a special protective film. This reliably adheres to the ground surface, is extremely tear-resistant and ensures protection during transport and further processing. Ideally, it is only removed by the end user so as to provide optimum protection for the results achieved during stainless steel grinding.