Overview & Products
THE BEST SOLUTION FOR AUTO AND AVIO INDUSTRY
As one of the leading cut wire abrasive manufacturer, Spajic® company in its offer has a wide range of diameters, hardness and materials of abrasives, that have found their use in surface treatment processes in different industries. By cutting the wire to the length equal to the diameter of the wire, cylindrical cut wire abrasives are produced. By rounding cylindrical abrasives, conditioned cut wire abrasives are produced. We can distinguish three types of conditioned abrasives based on the degree of rounding G1, G2 and G3 type. Based on the type of industry and surface treatment application, the type of cut wire abrasives is determined (cylindrical or conditioned), material that the abrasives are made from as well as their hardness.
In our offer we have all types of cut wire abrasives, from different wire, ranging from different di
Our cut wire abrasives have the possibility of re-use with the service life of cca. min 4000 cycles
Cut wire abrasives have a high level of consistency in terms of shape and hardness which directly in
Taking into account large number of possible reuses, cut wire abrasives last longer, thus saving on
The fact that the particles of our cut wire abrasives do not break, result in the longer lasting of
AS-CUT WIRE SHOT (CYLINDRICAL)
still has the sharp corners from the cutting operation. As-cut wire shot is an effective cleaning abrasive but it isn't suitable for shot peening applications since the sharp edges are potentially damaging to fatigue life.
CONDITIONED CUT WIRE SHOT (CCW)
has had its sharp edges removed in a process called “conditioning." Conditioned cut wire shot is used in shot blasting and many automotive and military shot peening applications.
DOUBLE CONDITIONED CUT WIRE SHOT (DCCW)
has been double conditioned in order to achieve shot that is more spherical in shape.
SPHERICAL CONDITIONED CUT WIRE SHOT (SCCW)
has been cut and conditioned to produce an exceptionally smooth and round media. This media is used in the most demanding blast cleaning and shot peening processes.