Abrasive Grinding, Sanding & Polishing Belts for Finger Files.
Please accept our apologies but we stock very few blue / zirconia belts for the powerfile machine. Why?
- Simply because Cibo Ceramics out-perform the zirconia belts in every respect and are the same price!!
The range of abrasive belts are available from 36 grit, through satin finishing / scotchbrite type belts, Trizact belts for pre-polishing and non-abrasive belts for mirror polishing.
Uncertain of the abrasive belt size for your powerfile machine? Check out our FAQ's below. We stock powerfile belts for most machine types and sizes.
Powerfile Belts FAQs
Why do you not have many blue / zirconia belts in stock?
10 years ago zirconia (blue belts) used to be the belt of choice for most dynafile applications. Now with the advent of the new Cibo Ceramics (fast cut, long life and better finish) this is no longer the case. We strongly recommend the Ceramic belt option whenever they are available. The Cibo Ceramics not only outperform zirconia belts in every way they are also the same price!!
Ceramic Abrasive Belts
- Best for high aggression belts; fast cutting, grinding and longest life.
Aluminium Oxide Abrasive Belts
- Finer grits. Where a high quality finish is required from your abrasive belt.
When should I use Surface Conditioning belts?
For final finishing applications surface conditioning / SCM belts leave a beautiful and burr free satin finish which makes them particularly suited to refining and final finishing of stainless steel and non-ferrous metals.
Please note that surface conditioning belts are thicker than traditional abrasive belts. We recommend a 6mm gap in the throat of the machine to ensure smooth running of the belts.
Which size of belt does my belt file machine use?
Machine Type Belt Length
Dynafile I 610mm
3, 6, 13mm
Dynafile II 457mm
3, 6, 13, 20mm
Beltit SH & BF 457 or 533mm
3, 6, 13, 20mm
Beltit ML 457 or 533mm
3, 6, 13, 20, 25mm
Beltit BG20 520mm
Beltit BG30 540mm
Black & Decker 457 or 457mm
I am not sure which belt I need. Can you help?
If you are unsure then why not try our Find A Solution database. This will take you through a simple to follow question tree at the end of which there will be a specific product recommendation.