Why PASCO for abrasive belts?

Pacific Abrasive began making our own abrasive belts in 1988 so we could give better service to our customers.

Soon other distributors began calling to see if we could also provide belts to them. We have grown to become the largest abrasive belt convertor in the United States.

We only select the best products from several manufacturers world wide. This gives us the ability to provide the best products in the world at a savings to our customers.

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PASCO Abrasive Belts

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Pacific Abrasive is the largest abrasive belt convertor in the United States.

Our commitment to our customers is:

  • The Finest Quality of ANY abrasive manufacturer in the world.
  • A Large Inventory of jumbo rolls to insure product availability.
  • Quick Deliveries to reduce your inventory and improve profitability.
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Narrow Belts - Metalworking

Our selection of narrow belts for metalworking features Aluminum Oxide, Silicon Carbide, Zirconia Alumina and Ceramic Alumina.

Metalworking narrow belts are typically 1-1/2", 2", 2-1/2", 3", 4" or 6" wide and have a length of 118", 132" or 168". We make belts from 1/8" to 128" wide.

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Narrow Belts - Woodworking

Our woodworking narrow belts feature Aluminum Oxide, Silicon Carbide and Zirconia Alumina.


Woodworking narrow belts have a wide range of sizes from those used on portable belt sanders that are 2", 3" or 4" wide and 18", 21" or 24" in length to stroke sanders that may be 6" wide by 320" long.

 

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Metalworking wide belts are typical feature a closed coat and are used for sheet metal conditioning. Typical applications include light grinding or finish polishing, imparting a #3 or #4 commercial finish to stainless steel, scale and surface oxide removal and producing "hairline" finishes.

While machines range from 18" to 120" wide the most common belt sizes are 36" or 37" wide and 60" or 75" length. Abrasives used are aluminum oxide, silicon carbide and zirconia alumina.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Woodworking wide belts are typical feature an open coat and are used for dimensioning and finishing hardwoods, softwoods, particleboard and MDF.

While machines range from 18" to 120" wide the most common belt sizes are 36" or 37" wide and 60" or 75" length. Abrasives used are aluminum oxide, silicon carbide and zirconia alumina

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Our MRO belts represent the most popular sizes of narrow and wide belts for general duty work and include:

  • Mini-belts typically used on hand held air powered grinders.
  • Bench stand belts for the most common sizes and grits.
  • Portable belts in sizes for most portable belt sanders.
  • Resin cloth wide belts for the most popular sizes.
  • Resin paper wide belts for the most common paper belt sizes.

 

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We consider metal polishing applications using belts 80 grit and finer.

From the door knob you just used to the faucet on your sink and perhaps even that kitchen sink, nearly all metal products need some finishing before they are ready for use.

We offer a range of "J" and "X" weight belts for metal polishing. Typically aluminum oxide is used for polishing.

When an application can be cost justified we also make belts using compact grain.

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Rough Grinding Belts

Metal working applications using belts 60 grit and coarser are considered rough grinding.

Nearly everything that needs to be polished started out as rough part. Typical rough castings include hammers, golf clubs, wrenches, boat propellors and even horse shoes.

Rough grinding belts are typically aluminum oxide, zirconia alumina or ceramic alumina on "Y" weight polyester backings.

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