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 Basic, Metabo, Flex, Fein, EDX, PTX and a range of other machines.

Need a good general purpose satin finish and not quite sure which brush you need? 

Why not try our Ginger Ninja??  Great cut and finish in one product.

For a more detailed look check out our FAQ's at the bottom of the page.

19mm Keyway Abrasive Brushes + Wheels

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 - removes light damage and scratches to leave a fine satin finish

    Interleaved - again, removes surface damage and will blend a 240 grit finish

    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.