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Abrasives in UAE

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4B Street, Al Quoz Industrial Area 1, Behind Al Tayer MotorsDubai, UAE 3880
04-3470767Call800-4508Call
04-3470765
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1-A, Al Ghurair ComplexDubai, UAE 1284
04-3382110Call
04-3382119
Products & Services : Abrasives
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South Zone, Jebel Ali Free ZoneJebel Ali, UAE 17927
04-8863800Call
04-8863880
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W6 - H10 DIRC Warehouse Complex, Dubai Investment Park 2Dubai, UAE 644763
04-8876357Call
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LOB 3, Jebel Ali Free ZoneJebel Ali, UAE 17373
04-8817850Call
04-8817851
Products & Services : Abrasives
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Sharjah City Center Rd, Near Pakistan MosqueSharjah, UAE 29605
06-5332949Call
06-5332948
Products & Services : Abrasives
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Q4-34, SAIF ZoneSharjah, UAE 121731
06-5579507Call
06-5579508
Products & Services : Abrasives
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Intl CityDubai, UAE 299428
04-4273174Call
04-4273174
Products & Services : Abrasives
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Jebel Ali Free ZoneJebel Ali, UAE 17392
04-8839394Call
04-8839395
Products & Services : Abrasives
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Damascus St, Al QusaisDubai, UAE 112023
04-2581612Call04-8848880Call
04-2581621

About Abrasives

Abrasives

Abrasives are substances that are used to smooth to mold or finish other softer materials through extensive rubbing. They work by scratching away the surface of materials in order to rid it of unwanted roughness or substances. Abrasives are used in a wide variety of industrial, domestic and technological applications. The market for abrasives is increasing due to the growing demand for high quality finishes in the metal and woodworking segment. Abrasives are used for grinding, polishing, buffing, honing, cutting, drilling, sharpening, lapping and sanding, among others.

Abrasives are basically of two types such as natural and artificial or synthetic abrasives. Some of the natural types of abrasives are diamonds, corundum, emery, granet, pumice, quartz, diatomaceous earth and Tripoli and sandstone and flint. Bonded abrasives are natural/synthetic grains that are bonded together. Examples of bonded abrasives are snagging wheels, grinding and cut-off wheels, mounted wheels, cones and plugs. Coated abrasives, also known as sandpaper, are developed by combining natural and synthetic abrasive grains. Examples of coated abrasives include sanding belts, quick change sanding discs, resin fibre grinding discs and spiral bands.