Wide Belts For Deburring, Smoothing & Graining: KP949FO

Wide Belts For Deburring, Smoothing & Graining: KP949FO
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Our Price:  £173.52
List Price:  £216.90
Saving Of:  £43.38 (20%)
(Exc. 20% VAT)

Model:  BW.949.36.1525X630.G
Brand:  Cibo


Applications: The very coarse grades are for de-burring, heavy cleaning and smoothing off. The medium to finer grades are for lighter cleaning, sanding and finishing and will leave a grained finish on metal.

Product Notes: KP949FO has a heavy 'F-weight' backing which provides optimum strength and durability, whilst allowing adequate flexibility for correct operation. It uses a high purity aluminium oxide which is ideal for most sheet materials including most metals.

Also Available: For finer finishing in grades 240-400, please see KP947 belts. For belts for use on stainless steel and harder alloys, we can offer zirconium abrasive wide belts. Please enquire.

Delivery Options:

We will normally dispatch orders received by 3.00pm on any working day, that same day. Orders valued at below £50.00 + VAT will be given the default 2-3 day delivery throughout UK at a charge of just £3.00, unless next day delivery is selected at just £5.00. Orders valued £50 or over + VAT will be given free express delivery. This will be next working day for most of Great Britain but a little longer in Northern Ireland, Islands and some remote areas.

We can offer a faster Before 1.00pm option for deliveries to most of mainland Britain for an extra £4.00 + VAT.

Saturday delivery is available for most parts of Britain for an extra £10.00 + VAT.

Remote Areas: We do not surcharge deliveries to Northern Ireland, Islands or remote areas of UK, but some options such as next day or before 1.00pm may not be available.

Deliveries Outside UK:

We have carrier contracts that enable us to deliver to most countries. Please ask us for a quote if requiring delivery outside of UK.

For the Republic of Ireland, there is a dedicated website: www.rightlines.ie which will calculate the delivery charge for you. This is normally subsidised and in many cases free.