Superabrasives Diamond grits

Diamond, still the hardest material available, is divided into two categories since the development of the high-pressure synthesis: naturally grown and synthetically produced diamonds. The synthetically produced diamonds is one of the commonly used superabrasives for non ferrous materials in the industry today; along with boron nitride for the processing of ferrous hard materials. Moreover diamond offers an excellent thermal conductivity and is more and more used in the electronics and communication technology as heat sink.
 

It is used in nearly all non ferrous metal applications e.g. in the automotive and aerospace industry, the machine/apparatus building industry. The synthetic diamond from CERATONIA varies in different standard qualities. They can be used for almost eyery application task. The intended purpose is determined in consultations with the tool manufacterer. Additionally CERATONIA offers the product groups CNF (metal bond) and CRG for resin and ceramic bond applications.

 

Natural grits

NATGRIT

CN-P                     crushed and whole crystals
CN-WSwhole stones and crystals
CERADRILLSwhole stones and slightly processed crystals
CN-NCWnon crushed white crystals
Needles / Longsprocessed elongated longs

 

Diamond grits synthetic

CERAGRIT - Saw grit synthetic

 

CNFSaw grit
CNF-E                    Saw grit for electroplating bonding

 

CERADIA - Abrasive grit synthetic

CMGcoated abrasive grit
CMG-E                    abrasive grit for electroplating bonding
CNFabrasive grit for metal bond
CNF-Eabrasive grit for electroplating bonding
CRGabrasive grit for resin bond