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3M Trizact Hookit Film Sheet 568XA, 3MIL, 2-7/8 in x 3-7/8 in

Sold As: 1000-Pack
SKU: 7010510366
MPN: 7010510366
Made to Order: Lead time from 3M is approximately 8 working days.
UPC: 00051119241310
3M ID: CY998755144
5 Digit UPC: 24131
Shelf Life: 1825 Days
Country of Origin: USA
Manufacturer: 3M
$2,929.80 ($2.93 / Count)
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3M Trizact Hookit Film Sheet 568XA is used to create abrasive discs and belts for glass defect repair and solid surface finishing on corian or acrylics. With micro-replicated pyramids of cerium oxide, this sheet delivers the consistent and sharp cutting action that industrial professionals have come to expect. Also features water-resistant construction and hook-and-loop attachment.

Finish and Repair Sensitive Surfaces
3M Trizact Hookit Film Sheet 568XA is used to create abrasive discs and belts with defect repair in mind. Sensitive surfaces like glass, acrylic and corian require an abrasive that cuts aggressively without significantly gouging or scratching the surface. This sheet features microreplicated pyramids of natural cerium oxide grains, which cut consistently and produces a high gloss level that’s desirable during surface finishing. The 2.0 mil. film backing is water resistant for touch-ups and debris removal.

Swift Tool Attachment
Abrasives made from 3M Trizact Hookit Film Sheet 568XA can work in spaces where adhesive-backed abrasives may become contaminated by dust or debris thanks to the hook-and-loop attachment system. This product sticks to your tools even in dusty conditions, and can be removed cleanly and easily, which allows these products to be reused again and again for the extent of the abrasive life. When paired with a 3M Hookit backup pad this attachment provides both optimal performance and convenience.

The Trizact Advantage
3M Trizact abrasives revitalize light dimensioning and finishing work by reducing processing steps, increasing throughput and creating consistency. Big benefits are achieved through a proprietary 3M technology called microreplication. During microreplication, small three-dimensional structures resembling pyramids are adhered to a backing. These “pyramids” contain layers of mineral, and they begin to break down after repeated use, continually exposing fresh mineral. The cycle of mineral renewal sustains the abrasive’s sharpness. Ongoing sharp cutting action reduces the need to swap out the abrasive, contributing to higher throughput and increased productivity. Additionally, because the mineral is uniformly distributed over the abrasive surface, the workpiece receives fixed – rather than erratic– contact for a consistent cut.

Extra Details

  • Hookit attachment backing allows for easy application and reuse in dusty environments
  • Precisely shaped pyramids of cerium oxide deliver consistently fast results
  • Used to create abrasive belts and discs for defect repair, finishing and polishing
  • Water-resistant construction allows use with water for touch ups and debris removal

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