DIAMOND SHARPENING STONES, COMBINED BOND 150-25-7-3-4

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 DIAMOND SHARPENING STONES
150 - 25 - 7 - 3 - 4

 
Length: 150 mm = 6 inch
Width:   25 mm x = 1 inch
Total thickness:  7 mm = 0.28 inch
Diamond thickness:    3 mm = 0.12 inch
Blank thickness: 4 mm = 0.16 inch


Recommendations on selection of sharpening stones
How to maintain sharpening stones  

 
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Bond: combined bonds to ensure the best performance.
Grain sizes: 1/0- 63/50 - resin bond BP50  for polishing
Grain sizes 80/63 - 160/125 - wear resistant metal-resin bond BP08 for grinding
Grain sizes 200/160 - 500/400 - metal-resin bond BP05 for roughing

Grain size: Please select from the list, or read Technical information.  
The finest grain size is 0.5/0 micron (fine polishing) , the coarsest - 200/160 micron (rough grinding). 
In grain selection window you see grain sizes according to standards:
MICRON=MESH(GRIT)=FEPA

Diamond concentration: 100%
Do not waste your money on cheaper stones with lower/unknown concentration.

Flat solid block on aluminum blank, abrasive grains are distributed evenly across the stone.
  
Available on stock 

Preparation of sharpening stones
Unlike other sharpening stones, most of these combined bond stones do not need preparation, except stones with grits finer 1 microns (<Grit 15000). Ultrafine grains (1/0, 0.5/0) form agglomerates in a bond, so you may need to dress them with abrasive powders/pastes, or they will be self-polished after sharpening of 30-50 knives. 

Selection of SiC powders for  dressing  of sharpening stones

StoneStarting gritFinishing grit
500/400 μ = 35/40= D501 F16 (1230 μ)F24 (745 μ)
400/315 μ = 40/45= D426F16 (1230 μ)F46 (370 μ)
315/250 μ = 50/60= D301 F24 (745 μ)F46 (370 μ)
250/200 μ = 60/70= D251F24 (745 μ)F60 (260 μ)
200/160 μ = 70/80= D213F36 (525 μ)F60 (260 μ)
160/125 μ = 100/120= D151 F46 (370 μ)F80 (180 μ)
125/100 μ = 120/140= D126  F60 (260 μ)F100 (129 μ)
100/80 μ = 140/170= D107F60 (260 μ)F120 (109 μ)
 80/63 μ = 170/200= D91  F80 (180 μ)F150 (82 μ)
63/50 μ = 230/270= D64 F100 (129 μ)F180 (69 μ)
50/40 μ = 270/325= D54  F120 (109 μ)F220 (58 μ)
40/28 μ = 550= M40F150 (82 μ)F240 (46 μ)
28/20 μ = 650= M25  F180 (69 μ)F320 (30 μ)
20/14 μ = 1100= M20F240 (46 μ)F400 (18 μ)
14/10 μ = 1500= M16  F320 (30 μ)F400 (18 μ)
10/7 μ = 1700= M10F400 (18 μ)F600 (10 μ)
7/5 μ = 3000= M6.3  F600 (10 μ)F800 (6,7 μ)
5/3 μ = 4000= M4F600 (10 μ)F800 (6,7 μ)
3/2 μ = 6000= M1.5 F800 (6,7 μ)F1200 (3 μ)
2/1 μ = 10000F800 (6,7 μ)F1200 (3 μ)
1/0 μ   F800 (6,7 μ)F1200 (3 μ)
0.5/0 μ   F800 (6,7 μ)F1200 (3 μ)


Use and cleaning of  sharpening stones
Use any comfortable oil (baby, olive..) to prevent glazing. If glazed - clean with alcohol and toothbrush.

Maintenance (in 1-2 years), flattening/revitalization:
- resin bond stones -  with silicon (silica) carbide powders on glass plate,
- metal bond stones - with FeCl.   
There are other methods (with SiC powders..), but method with FeCl, on glass plate is the cheapest and simplest.

You may buy 100 gr. of FeCl in dimensions selection window (click also any grain size to select it). I sell it if you buy a stone.

Grain size/operation reference chart
30000 grit = 0.5/0 μ - fine polishing
15000 grit = 1/0 μ - fine polishing
10000 grit = 2/1 μ - fine polishing
5000 grit = 3/2 μ - fine polishing
4000 grit = 5/3 μ - polishing
3000 grit = 7/5 μ - polishing
1700 grit = 10/7 μ - polishing
1500 grit = 14/10 μ - polishing
1100 grit = 20/14 μ - polishing
650 grit = 28/20 μ - polishing
550 grit = 40/28 μ - fine grinding
325 grit = 50/40 μ - fine grinding
285 grit = 63/50 μ - fine grinding
240 grit = 80/63 μ - fine grinding
225 grit = 100/80 μ - fine grinding
160 grit = 125/100 μ - grinding
100 grit = 160/125 μ - grinding
80 grit = 200/165 μ - sharpening / rough grinding
 
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  • Model: DIAST
  • Manufacturer: Plant of Diamond Tools, Ukraine
Location of goods: Ukraine. Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. 
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