Scotch-Brite™ Clean and Strip XT Pro Extra Cut Disc features aluminium oxide abrasive mineral incorporated into an open nylon web. Our discs are designed to remove tough coatings, such as heavy rust, thick paint and corrosion, while also blending and refining the bare metal underneath.
Take Advantage of High Conformability
With its reengineered fiber web, the Scotch-Brite™ Clean and Strip XT Pro Extra Cut Disc allows operators to take advantage of all the benefits that come with increased conformability without compromising strength. With increased conformability, this disc achieves a larger contact area with the workpiece for faster removal rates. It also conforms to weld bead ripples to polish welds without removing them, and works in hard-to-reach areas without damaging the substrate.
In addition to its high conformability, the Scotch-Brite™ Clean and Strip XT Pro Extra Cut Disc offers low vibration, decreased chunking, a high speed rating and long life. That all adds up to a disc you can spin onto your angle grinder with confidence.
Save Time with Aluminum Oxide
We designed our Scotch-Brite™ Clean and Strip XT Pro Extra Cut Disc with aluminum oxide abrasive mineral because of its ability to remove heavy coatings and simultaneously scratch and clean to the bare metal underneath without leaving divots. This means that operators can remove a coating from a workpiece and get it ready for welding or adhesive application with the same disc – saving the time of switching abrasives.
Spongy Web, Sharp Mineral
To engineer our Scotch-Brite™ Clean and Strip XT Pro Extra Cut Disc, aluminum oxide mineral is combined with non-woven nylon fibers using resin. Aluminum oxide is a very hard mineral that delivers a high cut rate, commonly used in high-pressure applications like cutting and weld removal. The resin bond strengthens the fiber web and allows it to gradually break down to reveal new fibers and sharp mineral – delivering a consistent cut over the life of the abrasive. The combination of fiber strands, resin and abrasive mineral forms a thick, open web. Gaps in the web allow swarf to escape, minimizing loading of the abrasive.