Demand for a cleaner working environment, better quality finish and reduced consumable cost has led to the introduction of Norton Clipper MeshPower: the high-performing alternative to traditional perforated paper discs.
Developed to create a virtually dust-free working environment, the product range features a MeshPower matrix backing structure which extracts dust from sanding surfaces.
Ideal for woodworking, construction and many other applications, the Norton Clipper MeshPower range offers a new solution.
Powerful dust extraction
Norton Clipper MeshPower features a matrix backing containing thousands of tiny holes to extract dust from the surface being worked on, improving the finish and collecting 2 times more dust compared to traditional perforated paper discs.
The dust is constantly being removed, which means that harmful particles that fill the air during traditional sanding operations are diminished. All this combined allows operators to work in a cleaner, healthier environment as well as reducing the time needed for the clean-up afterwards, saving time and boosting productivity.
Increased efficiency & consistency
The patented Norton No-Fil® technology has been applied to the abrasive grains in the Norton Clipper MeshPower range to help prevent clogging in combination with the mesh matrix so the products can be used for longer, saving operators’ time and money.
It also helps to achieve a better finish with a finer scratch pattern faster, with consistent results throughout the product life as the grain wears evenly. With the open structure and the premium resin bond system, operators can use Norton Clipper MeshPower products wet or dry to achieve the perfect finish.
When changing the abrasive, the self-gripping backing enables a quick and easy changeover. And due to the innovative mesh matrix, there is no defined hole pattern so there is no need to align any holes; it just needs to be applied to the backing pad and sanding can recommence.
The Norton Clipper MeshPower product range is designed for versatility: it can be used on many materials, with or without a machine and on flat and contoured surfaces, and is available with premium ceramic grain and with aluminium oxide grain. Coarser grits feature harder backing for heavy duty applications, while light-weight backing on finer grits offers flexibility to work on curves and contours.