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3/31/2004

High Performance Media and Compounds

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Ceramic media is characterized by its processing performance with low-wear rates.

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Ceramic media is characterized by its processing performance with low-wear rates. Numerous applications have shown that the customers can also save up to 30-40% in their expenses for mass finishing media. All media and compounds are subject to strict quality control procedures in line with DIN/ISO 9000.

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