A sanding disc with 36 grit Pherd is a type of abrasive tool used for sanding, grinding, and polishing various materials. The Pherd designation refers to the manufacturer of the sanding disc.
The 36 grit rating indicates the coarseness of the sanding disc. A 36 grit sanding disc is considered very coarse and is typically used for heavy material removal and rough sanding of surfaces such as wood, metal, or concrete. It is not suitable for fine finishing work, as it can leave deep scratches and grooves on the surface.
Sanding discs with 36 grit Pherd are commonly used in construction, woodworking, and metalworking industries for tasks such as removing paint or rust from metal surfaces, preparing wood surfaces for painting or staining, or leveling uneven concrete surfaces.
When using a sanding disc with 36 grit Pherd, it’s important to wear appropriate safety equipment, such as eye and ear protection, and to follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully. It’s also important to choose the right sanding disc for the task at hand, as using a disc that is too coarse or too fine can result in damage to the material being worked on or an ineffective sanding process.