abrasive system


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a·bra·sive sys·tem

(ă-brā'siv sis'tĕm)
Substances with cleaning and polishing properties used to formulate a dentifrice; must be compatible with other ingredients and must not alter tooth structure unfavorably.
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Effects of an air-powder abrasive system on plasma-sprayed titanium implant surfaces: An in vitro evaluation.
The Abrasive Systems Division of 3M has been able to provide a solution in the form of a unique fine grade of coated abrasive paper in a bold blue colour, which is usually converted into discs and sheets for the surface preparation and finishing of metal, paints and lacquers.
3M Abrasive Systems offers the Regal Xodust-Plus abrasive belts for stroke and widebelt sanding, including the 3M 961UZ, available for finer finishing in extended grades from P80 to P220.
Jim Arbuckle of 3M's Abrasive Systems Division commented: "The enhanced cutting power of the new 3M Cubitron II 984F Abrasive Belt is a result of extensive research and development by 3M's dedicated team in the US and represents a breakthrough in performance and durability.
The new Centre-Pin Discs, designed by a team at 3M's UK Abrasive Systems Technical Centre in Atherstone, Warwickshire, incorporate a central hole which fits exactly round a special pin on the backup pad.