Initially used for lighting in the Middle Ages, tallow is a lubricant frequently used by polishers to be added on lapidary belts and dics to prevent heating during deburring and to optimize the adhesion of polishing pastes on  buffing mops and wheels.

Obtained by the melting of fats, tallow is today a lubricant widely used in the industry.

Key features of lubricant and polishing tallow
  • To be applied on lapidary belts and discs to avoid heating during deburring
  • Optimizes the adhesion of polishing pastes to buffing mops and wheels
  • Available in 6 versions without animal fat for the medical market: prosthesis, dental, surgery …
LUBRICANT DESCRIPTION DIMENSIONS
SUIF
Bold or mid-greasy, medium adhesion on abrasive belts and lapidary discs ∅ 40 x 350 mm
∅ 60 x 450 mm
∅ 90 x 300 mm
COMPO SR
Greasy, low adhesion on abrasive belt ∅ 60 x 450 mm
COMPO NET
Greasy, animal fat free ∅ 60 x 300 mm
COMPY
Dry, strong adhesion on abrasive belts and lapidary discs ∅ 40 x 225 mm
MEDICOUP
Mid-greasy, animal fat free ∅ 60 x 450 mm

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