Diamond powders

     There is wide range of grit size ranging from micropowder to very rough powders. The choice of the grit size cannot be categorized. When making the choice it is important to consider the future purpose. It is possible to define three basic operations: lapping or frosting, fine grinding, rough grinding.

     For operations of lapping or frosting micropowders are used. Usually they are mixed in diamond pastes with different diamond concentration. Diamond powder size and concentration depend on surface roughness one wishes to have.

     Diamond powders of sizes 10/20 - 106/125 micron are usually used in diamond tools for fine grinding operation, 125/150 - 425/500 - for rough grinding.

 

 

VID offers you the following diamond powders 

 

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Type

Micron

MESH

Micropowder 

(MVR)

0-1

14 000

1-2

12 000

2-4

 

2-3

8 000

3-5

 

3-6

3 000

4-8

 

5-7

 

6-8

2 200

6-12

 

8-10

1 800

8-12

 

8-15

 

8-16

 

10-14

 

10-15

1 200

12-18

 

12-22

 

15-20

1 000

15-25

 

20-14

 

20-25

800

20-28

 

20-30

 

20-40

 

22-36

 

25-30

600

28-40

 

30-35

500

30-40

 

40-60

270

Resin Bond

(AC4)

180/250

60/80

150/180

80/100

125/150

100/120

106/125

120/140

90/106

140/170

75/90

170/200

63/75

200/230

45/53

270/325

Resin and Metal Bond

(AC6)

180/212

70/80

212/250

60/70

180/250

60/80

150/180

80/100

125/150

100/120

106/125

120/140

90/106

140/170

75/90

170/200

63/75

200/230

53/63

230/270

45/53

270/235

38/45

325/400

32/38

400/500

25/32

500/600

 

 

VID types of diamond powders

 

NAME CHARACTERISTICS USE
AC4

Diamonds of higher fragility, grains consistingof congeries and intergrown pieces

Resin bond for fine grinding works
AC6 Grains consisting of separate crystals with extended surface, congeries and intergrown pieces Resin, metal and ceramic bonds for processing of hard alloy metal, ceramics, glass and other fragile materials