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CLC Diamond System – Concrete Polishing – Wet-Dry Process

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CLC Diamond System – Concrete Polishing (Wet-dry Process)

The CLC Diamond System is a coordinated metal and resin bonded diamond system to perform highly polished concrete using any of the eight models of Prep/Master® machines. The CLC Diamond System is only to be used dry for step #1, wet for steps #2, #3 & #4 and dry for steps #5, #6 & #7 and in sequence as numbered by tools #1 through #7. All tools are painted red or use red Velcro to indicate a matched system.

CLC #1

This is a metal bond tool painted red that has pictured face design and can be clearly identified by the number on back as “#1.” This tool features the patented EG attachment system. The tool is run dry.

  • Approximate life of #1 is 30,000 SF (3,000 M2)

CLC #2

This is a metal bond tool painted red that has pictured face design and can be clearly identified by the number on back as “#2.” This tool features the patented EG attachment system. The tool is run wet.

  • Approximate life of #2 is 30,000 SF (3,000 M2)

CLC #3

This is a 3″ resin bonded tool that has the pictured face design and can be clearly identified by the number on back as “#3.” This tool features red Velcro backing. The tool is run wet.

  • Approximate life of #3 is 15,000 SF (1,500 M2)

CLC #4

This is a 3″ resin bonded tool that has the pictured face design and can be clearly identified by the number on back as “#4.” This tool features red Velcro backing. The tool is run wet.

  • Approximate life of #4 is 15,000 SF (1,500 M2)

CLC #5, #6, & #7

These are 3″ resin bonded tools that each have the pictured face design and can be clearly identified by the number on back as “#5”, “#6” & “#7.” These tools feature red Velcro backing and are run dry.

  • Approximate life of #5 & #7 is 12,000 SF (1,200 M2) each
  • Approximate life of #6 is 10,000 SF (1,000 M2) each
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