Satin Polishing Sleeve Belts

Abrasive Belts for Drum Sander Machines

Previously used zirconia?  Try our FX87 Cibo Ceramics.  You will be impressed.

Sanding belts for the Cibo Finimaster machines as well as machines such as the PTX, Flex, Metabo, Fein etc.. drum sanders, both on rubber and inflatable wheels.

Not sure which belt size you need?  See our FAQ list below for the most common sleeve belt machines and belt sizes we recommend.  

Non-stock belts can be made to any size.  Standard manufacturing lead time: 7 - 10 days

Satin Polishing Sleeve Belts

Satin Polishing Sleeve Belts FAQs

  • Which size of belt does my satin polisher machine use?
    Machine Type Abrasive Belts Scotchbrite Belts
    Finimaster Pro 385 x 100mm

    395 x 100mm

    Finimaster (Keyway with solid wheel) 287 x 100mm

    297 x 100mm

    Finimaster (Keyway tyre) 293 x 100mm

    305 x 100mm

    PTX (Solid wheel) 280 x 100mm

    280 x 100mm

    PTX (Tyre) 287 or 289 x 100mm

    297 x 100mm

    Flex / Metabo 280 x 100mm

    280 x 100mm

  • How do I put a 240 grit satin finish on a stainless steel panel?

    The most common process we use is with a P80 grit abrasive belt followed by either a medium scotchbrite belt e.g. VT/FE2/395X100 or blend the finish with an FMTA satin polishing wheel

  • You have zirconia and ceramic belts available. Which should I choose?

    With the improvements in abrasive technology we recently introduced the Cibo Ceramic range of belts and sanding sleeves.  The abrasive grain in Cibo Ceramic sleeves is tougher than the now traditional zirconia belt and has the capacity to keep cutting when zirconia abrasives start to glaze over, particularly when working on stainless steel.  

    If you are after a fast cut and a great lifetime on harder metals then the ceramic sleeves are most definitely the best option.

  • I need to remove 60 grit sanding marks. Which belt do I need?

    Satin polisher abrasive belts work at a much lower grinding pressure so as a simple rule of thumb: if you sanded the metal with a 60 grit sanding disc then remove the marks with a 60 grit belt.