19mm Keyway Abrasive Brushes + Wheels
19mm keyway wheels are the standard fitting on a wide range of satin polishing tools including the following machines:
Finimaster Keyway, Metabo, Flex, Fein, EDX, PTX and a range of other machines.
Need a good general purpose satin finish and not quite sure what you need?
Why not try our Ginger Ninja? Great Cut & great finish in one product
Or for a more detailed look check out our FAQ's at the bottom of the page.
19mm Keyway Abrasive Brushes + Wheels FAQs
How many different types of Keyway wheel do you supply?
We supply keyway wheels and brushes in a range of grit types:
Aluminium Oxide - will clean, grain and apply a textured surface finish on stainless steel and non-ferrous metals
Tex / Scotch-brite - remove light damage and scratches to leave a fine satin finish. Ideal for cleaning a re-graining aluminium
Interleaved - again, removes surface damage and will blend a 240 grit finish. More durable on edges than the Tex brushes
Rubber - an abrasive grain bonded into the flexible rubber allows an even grain finish to be applied to your workpiece
Why is the Cibo 'Ginger Ninja' wheel so good?
Because the Ginger Ninja lasts a very long time, has the ability to cut quickly and leaves a great finish.
Like all good products the Cibo Ginger Ninja keyway polishing brush was first developed to solve a customer problem.
We had a particular customer who needed to remove scale and leave a grain finish on 8mm stainless steel plate in a food factory. The wheel did such a good job that we thought everybody else should be able to use it. The 'Ginger Ninja' is now one of our best selling products.
It is made from a high performance ceramic cloth, which is why it can put a grain finish on the scale, combined with a strong fleece which blends the heavier cut to a clear satin finish.
Press on hard and the the wheel cuts. Back off and allow the fleece to blend the surface to leave a consistent burr free finish.
p.s. It is not really called the Ginger Ninja. But we like the name so much that we never call it the FMCAC/60/100100. Why would we??
Which keyway brush should I use to remove scratches off aluminium and leave a nice brushed finish?
Lots of our customers use the FMTA grade 80 wheel for removing light scratches & finishing with a soft satin finish on aluminium panels.
Advantages: Because of the open Tex structure the wheel can run at a nice low speed so it avoids the risk of creating an 'orange peel' effect on the surface of the aluminium and the aluminium will not clog the wheel.