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Trade name
Striprite® Plastic

Description

Available in a variety of sizes, Urea, Acrylic, Polyester and Melamine plastic abrasives are ideal for applications where a high stripping rate is required without damage to or warping of the substrate. Urea is the most widely used plastic media, particularly as a plastic grain stripping abrasive used in sandblasting operations.

Application

T-2 Urea, with a Barcol hardness of 54-62, is our most versatile plastic blast media.  It is highly suitable for a broad range of cleaning and stripping applications, including aircraft, automobiles, marine vessels, trucks, and trailers.  Superb results can be expected in the removal of paints, anti-corrosion coatings, hydrocarbon deposits, waxes, oils, adhesives, and sealants.

Advantages

  • Ideal for applications where a high stripping rate is required without damage to or warping of the substrage.  Urea is the most widely used plastic media, particularly as a plastic grain stripping abrasive used in sandblasting operations.
  • Available in a variety of sizes.
  • Urea is environmentally friendly and recyclable – an alternative to chemical stripping.
  • Low dust levels (typically less than 1%) 5 times less than the US Mill Spec P-85891A specification.

Technical data

  • Hardness: 3.5 Moh
  • Specific weight: 1.5 g/cm³
  • Bulk weight: 0.96 kg/l
  • Shape: Angular
  • Storage: Dry, sheltered storage conditions
  • Packaging: 25 kg paper bags

Typical chemical analysis (full analysis on application)

Type II: Cross-linked thermo setting urea formaldehyde

Sieving range

  • Grade: 12/20, Sieving range: 1180 -1700 microns
  • Grade: 16/20, Sieving range: 850  -1180 microns
  • Grade: 20/30, Sieving range: 600 - 850 microns
  • Grade: 20/40, Sieving range: 425 - 850 microns
  • Grade: 30/40, Sieving range: 425 - 600 microns
  • Grade: 40/60, Sieving range: 250 - 425 microns