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ROSLER CERAMIC TUMBLING MEDIA

Rosler offers a wide range of ceramic media composition, shapes, and size variations to accommodate many process applications. Manufactured to DIN ISO 9001 standards, Rosler ceramic media will produce repeatable results process after process. 

Composition

Density

lbs/ft

(aprox.)

grinding

performance

grinding

result

More

Information

RP

115

TYPICAL

APPLICATIONS :

High gloss polishing, KeramoFinsh

 

RF

95

TYPICAL

APPLICATIONS :

Polishing

 

RHD

140

TYPICAL

APPLICATIONS :

Polishing, Chemically accelerated finishing, Cleaning, High density media

 

RCP

145

TYPICAL

APPLICATIONS :

Light deburring in high energy applications, Chemically accelerated finishing high-density media

 

RM

98

TYPICAL

APPLICATIONS :

Light deburring, Brightening, Cleaning

TYPICAL

APPLICATIONS :

Light deburring, Brightening, Cleaning

 

RPM

98

TYPICAL

APPLICATIONS :

Light deburring, Deflashing of die castings

 

RS

100

TYPICAL

APPLICATIONS :

General purpose deburring, Bright finish

 

RSG

98

TYPICAL

APPLICATIONS :

General purpose deburring, soft metals

RXF

103

TYPICAL

APPLICATIONS :

Fine finishing, cut-down before polishing process

 
 

RX

102

TYPICAL

APPLICATIONS :

Fast general purpose deburring, all metals

 

RMB/D1

100

TYPICAL

APPLICATIONS :

Cut-down for hard metals before polishing processes

 

RXX

105

TYPICAL

APPLICATIONS :

Fast deburring for hard metals

 

RXXD

105

TYPICAL

APPLICATIONS :

Ultra-fast deburring for hard metals

 

Ceramic media is primarily used in vibratory finishing applications to smooth surface roughness, Break edge radius, reduce sharpness, blend tooling paths, polish, deburr, and many other useful finishing applications. Ceramic vibratory media can also be referred to as stones or chips, however, the terminology refers to pre-formed of random shape pieces of ceramic with different abrasive characteristics.

 

 Abrasive characteristics vary as different compositions are engineered to produce various luster and roughness results. Ceramic densities are altered to accommodate process pressures as well as part material considerations.  Vibratory media can be classified as "no cut", "low cut", "medium cut" , fast cut", "very fast cut", and "ultra fast cut". Each classification of media will produce a different final finish from polished to coarse per the respective "cut" rate.