Designed for use in vitrified metal and resin bond systems, Saint-Gobain Surface Conditioning's resin bond micron diamond is a synthetic material featuring a friable crystal structure. Widely used for lapping and surface conditioning on a diverse range of materials, resin bond micron diamond features irregular, elongated, rough-edged crystals that are ideal for grinding tungsten carbide, ceramics and glasses.
The friability or breakdown of the diamond is a function of its polycrystalline structure and metallic inclusions within the grains. During grinding, grains are microfractured and new edges formed, providing efficient, free-cutting action.
Our resin bond micron diamond is processed using state-of-the-art grading equipment to ensure tightly controlled particle size distribution and surface cleanliness for a variety of demanding applications.