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3M™ Stikit™ Paper Disc Roll, 763U, 100, 6 in x NH (152.4 mm x NH), 100 discs per roll

  • 3M Product Number 763U
  • 3M ID 7000138741
  • UPC 00638060663356

3M Ceramic Abrasive Grain blend provides super-fast cut rate with a slightly softer finish than a full ceramic product

Resin bonding material helps reduce heat buildup and resists wear

Heavy F-weight paper backing supports heavy-duty sanding and resists tearing

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Highlights
  • 3M Ceramic Abrasive Grain blend provides super-fast cut rate with a slightly softer finish than a full ceramic product
  • Resin bonding material helps reduce heat buildup and resists wear
  • Heavy F-weight paper backing supports heavy-duty sanding and resists tearing
  • Mineral and backing combination resists dulling, loading and edge wear
  • 3M™ Stikit™ Adhesive Backing helps provide ease of disc application and removal

The 3M™ Stikit™ Paper Disc Roll 763U features 3M™ Cubitron™ Abrasive Grain on a 3M™ Stikit™ Disc. It is constructed on a F-weight, extra heavy paper backing.

The 3M™ Stikit™ Paper Disc 763U has the toughness, cut-rate, and flexibility required for aggressive metalworking, paint prep, and finishing applications. A mineral blend of aluminum oxide and 3M Ceramic Abrasive Grain — a tough, synthetic mineral — and a heavy F-weight paper backing combine to stand up to heavy-duty sanding without tearing, dulling loading or edge wear. Perfect for moderate to heavy stock removal as well as finishing, ceramic abrasives are engineered to handle intense heat and stress applications. Ceramic/aluminum oxide blends surpass aluminum oxide alone in cut-rate and durability and make an excellent choice for difficult grinding applications. Closed coat construction contributes to higher stock removal and longer life. It is great for final finishing and polishing on metal substrates, as well, because the dense concentration of mineral lays down a finer pattern. Resin bonding is more resistant to shock and heavy-duty service than other types of bonds, and resists heat, as well.

Suggested applications
  • Finishing
  • Grinding
  • Sanding
  • Surface Preparation

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