Moleroda is now Europe's Largest Distributor for Micro-Mesh
From Model makers to Aerospace industry there are products suitable for your polishing application on Plastics and Metals.
Micro-Mesh cushioned abrasive are distinctly different than common coated abrasives :
- They produce finer finishes
- They have 7-10 times longer life
- Desired finishes in fewer steps.
- They keep cooler when using.
Micro Mesh - Belts
Micro-mesh is also available in Belt form - popular for Knife manufactures
- Aircraft Leading Edge 3" Aluminium kit
- AirCraft Leading Edge 5" aluminium kit
- Micromesh Acrylic Headlight Polishing Drill Kit
- Micromesh Clear Seas Acrylic Restoral Kit for Boats
- Micromesh Heavy Damage Removal Kit for acrylic surfaces
- Light scratches and mark removal kit in plastic and acrylic
- Removal of minor surface scratches and haze. Restores up to 100 square feet of acrylic to optical clarity
You'll be pleased to hear this means we will have a wider stock of products including some new ranges such as the 2 x 2'' Micro-Mesh Soft Touch Pads.
Also new A/O Aluminium Oxide abrasive and also Micro-Mesh MXD Diamond which will be a great addition to the Micro-Mesh range.
Genuine Micro-Surface products - we are a Master Distributor for this USA manufacture.
So what is Micro-Mesh?
Micro-Mesh Regular and MX grades are used in manual and machine finishing operations for plastics, metals and hard woods.
What is a Cushioned Abrasive?
Micro-Mesh is made with a cloth backing, followed by a layer of formulated latex. Then the silicon carbide or aluminium oxide crystals are bonded to the latex with a flexible glue.
How does Micro-Mesh work?
when contact pressure is applied to the crystals recede and rotate to present their sharp cutting surface. The abrasive crystals all cut and work evenly across the surface.
Why is Micro-Mesh Better?
The abrasive crystals can move back in the cushion, a much larger abrasive crystal can be used to achieve a very fine consistent and uniform scratch pattern. The larger crystals and the flexible backing result in longer lasting abrasive that resists loading and reduced heat build up. Micro-Mesh can be used in fewer stages to produce a polished finish making it the economical choice for professionals world wide.
Acrylic Restoration Using Micro-Mesh
In 1970 MicroMesh revolutionised aircraft cabin and windshield restoration and polishing. Today these defence and army approved product range restores crazed and scratch acrylic on boats, aircraft, automotive industries.