What Is The Difference Dry Sandpaper And Water Sandpaper.

- Apr 28, 2019-

The difference between water sandpaper and dry sandpaper.


Water sandpaper is also called water sandpaper, water-resistant sandpaper, which is sandpaper that can be ground in water.


The sand material of the water sandpaper is generally silicon carbide, and the paper base is generally kraft paper. There are also relatively high-end, such as imported water sandpaper, which is mostly made of latex paper. Latex paper is characterized by good flexibility, and the surface adhesion of the sand is stronger, so the sandpaper is more durable, the particles are more uniform, and the polishing effect is better.


The gap between the sand grains of the water sandpaper is small, and the ground debris is also small. When used together with water, the powder will flow out with the water, so it should be used together with water. If the sandpaper is dry-ground, the product debris will adhere to the gap between the sand particles, causing the surface of the sandpaper to lose sharpness without grinding force. Therefore, it can not achieve its effect. The number of sandpaper varies from 80 to 5000. Of course, the larger the number, the finer the sandpaper, and the smoother the sandpaper is, the smoother it will be.


Dry sandpaper is also called dry sanding paper. Compared with water sandpaper, the gap between the dry sandpaper sand particles is large, and the product scraps are also larger. Because it has a large gap during use, the product debris will fall off by itself, so it does not need water. use together.


The sand of dry sandpaper is generally high-quality silicon carbide, and the paper base is generally made of latex paper, so their flexibility is better, the heat dissipation during use is better, and it is not easy to cause blockage. The number of sandpaper varies from 80 to 5000. Of course, the larger the number, the finer the sandpaper, and the smoother the sandpaper is, the smoother it will be.


Dry sandpaper is used to polish the surface of wood, bamboo, metal, or other objects, especially in the wood processing and mold grinding industries. It can also be applied to the beauty of hands and toenails.

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