3M™ Three-M-ite™ Resin Bond Cloth Belts Open Coat - 240D

240D Economy Three-M-ite Resin Bond Cloth Belts - Open Coat

3" x 21", 3" x 24", 4" x 24" & 6" x 48" • Resin Bond Cloth Belts
By: 3M

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Used in grinding and finishing a wide variety of materials such as plastics, fiberglass, soft woods, and non-ferrous metals.

This product is durably constructed belt with greater heat and moisture resistance than glue types.
The combination of a drills cloth and the resin-over resin bond provides greater firmness, body and longer life.

• Open coat basic aluminum oxide mineral abrasive
• Good performance, good value

3" x 21" fits - Skil #s 594, 595; Porter Cable #s 136, 153; Miller Falls # 830; Wards # 8533; Stanley # H473; Rockwell #s 90, 91, 236, 237

3" x 24" fits - Black & Decker #s U-144, U-244, U-346, 454, 470, 471, 654, 670, 7450, 7460; Mail #s 30, 31; Porter Cable A3, B3, G3, T3, T33, # 360; Stanley # H-31

4" x 24" fits - Porter Cable # 564; Sears # 2239; Stanley #'s. 494, 496 & 497

• Sold by the each

How to Measure a Sanding Belt
Abrasive belts are always sized Width x Length (circumference).

To measure the Width of the belt:
1) Lay the belt on a flat surface and measure the width.

To measure the Length of the belt:
1) Make a small mark on the inside of the belt with a pen or marker
2) Make a corresponding mark on a large flat surface, benchtop or floor
3) Slowly roll the belt through a full rotation until the mark on the inside of the belt is once again touching the flat surface
4) Make a mark on the flat surface where it touches
5) Measuring between the 2 marks will give you the length of the belt

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