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PLASTIC MEDIA Abrasive

  • Cost-effective
  • Rapid coating removal
  • High reusability

PLASTIC MEDIA


Description

Rodeco offers an assortment of Plastic Media to meet a variety of needs:

  • POLYEXTRA® - Type I: Custom designed for use in soft abrasive finishing deflashing operations when maintenance of surface tolerance is of the utmost concern and the integrity of the substrate cannot be compromised.
  • POLYPLUS® - Type II: This media is more aggressive than POLYEXTRA® and POLY V® and is applicable for a great variety of light industrial cleaning requirements. It can reduce, if not totally eliminate, chemical consumption.
  • POLYHARD® - Type III: This media is the most aggressive formulation of POLYMEDIA®. It is fast acting and not harmful to blast cleaning equipment or cabinetry. This media offers a fast, cost-effective alternative to other removal methods.
  • POLY V® - Type IV: This media is designed to solve today’s coating removal and surface preparation problems. It provides rapid coating removal, minimal substrate abrasion, and high reusability. It is specifically designed to remove coatings from most sheet aluminum, fiberglass, and composite surfaces as well as to deburr plastics, ceramics, and soft metals.

Order Your PLASTIC MEDIA Abrasives today!

To order your Plastic Media abrasives, simply call 800-849-0871 or complete the contact form below:

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