VSM Catalogue

t=0 Schleifzeit t=0 Schleifzeit t=0 Schleifzeit VSM CERAMICS Plus VSM CERAMICS VSM ACTIROX 29 General VSM grain technologies for high stock removal rates The VSM self-sharpening concept > Optimised self-sharpening effect when processing highalloyed steels ensures very high stock removal rates > Reduced temperature in the contact area > Significantly extended service life > Top product with selfsharpening effect for processing non-alloyed steels and stainless steels > High removal rate > Cool grinding allows longer contact times > Geometrically formed ceramic grain > Maximum stock removal and a faster cut for superalloys and stainless steels > Cool grinding extends the service life thanks to VSM TOP SIZE VSM COMPACTGRAIN Plus VSM COMPACTGRAIN > Long-term abrasive achieves reproducible surface finishes and consistent roughness > Uniform stock removal > Continuous self-sharpening thanks to the granulate structure VSM ILUMERON > Full faced coated long-term abrasive with special bonding > For fine and consistent surfaces with high gloss levels > Developed primarily for processing stainless steels, superalloys and non-alloyed steels > Long-term abrasive that wears down uniformly to the backing material, achieving a consistent surface finish > Optimised reserve grain capacity > Improved bonding properties > Continuous self-sharpening thanks to the granulate structure VSM grain technologies for perfect surface finishes NEW NEW Grinding time The microcrystalline structure of the VSM CERAMICS Plus and VSM CERAMICS grain accounts for a more subtle breaking down of the grain and constantly produces sharper edges. This is what we call the optimized self-sharpening effect. Aluminium oxide and zirconium oxide are finely dispersed throughout the microstructure of the VSM ZIRCONIA ALUMINA. The two materials break down in turn during the grinding process. The long-term abrasives VSMCOMPACTGRAIN Plus and VSM COMPACTGRAIN stand for a compact unit which consists of numerous abrasive grains. The used grains are torn out by the cutting forces involved whereby unused grain tips are being exposed. t=0