THE PERFECT FINISH

Special Buffing & Lamellar Wheels

The original Riepe® fabric and fabric-sisal buffing wheels have been developed in practice for use especially with thick and thin edge.

Fabric buffing wheels

The fabric buffing wheels offered by us are distinguished by a strong fabric quality. Composed of 2 x 14 layers of fabric they are extremely strong. As a result, a spreading of the buffing wheels on the edge radius is avoided.

In connection with the special Cleaning Agent LP163/93®, the edge radius is polished so that its sheen matches that of the surface. The life of the buffing wheels is also considerably increased by the Cleaning Agent LP163/93®.
Result:

Material re-finishing

Edge polishing

Reduction in stress whitening

Edgeband radius re-matches the sheen of the surface


Available size:

Outer diameter mm 120 / 140 / 160 / 190
Width mm 11 / 20 / 25
Boreholes mm 11 / 19 / 40 / 50 / 55

(special sizes on request)

Fabric-Sisal-Lamellar wheels 3:1 ratio

The fabric-sisal-lamellar wheels are brushes with a cast mounting core. The lamellar are composed of the following ratio: 3 x fabric and 1 x sisal. The cloth in the lamellar serves to remove the previously applied special Cleaning Agent LP163/93®. The sisal is used to polish the edge banding.
The use of the fabric-sisal-lamellar wheels while processing all types of thermoplastic edges in combination with the special Cleaning Agent LP163/93® leads to the following result:

Material re-finishing

Edge polishing

Reduction in stress whitening

Edgeband radius re-matches the sheen of the surface

The fabric-sisal-lamellar wheels are suitable for all types of thermoplastic edgings. In addition, they have a very long operating life.

The use of the fabric-sisal-lamellar wheels while processing thin edges leads to the following result:

Removal of the protruding edging material

Trimming of the edge band (smooth)


Available size:

Outer diameter mm 120 / 140 / 160 / 190
Width mm 11 / 20 / 25
Boreholes mm 11 / 19 / 40 / 50 / 55

(special sizes on request)

Buffing wheel adjustment

  • approx. 3° inclined to the board (vertical)
  • approx. 10° inclined to the support (if possible)
  • approx. 1400 rpm motor speed (if possible)
  • No oscillation
  • Rotational direction in synchronous run