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Dia ceramica

Achieving fine finished surface in a limited time require good tools with worker's skills. If you think diamond polishing pads are all same, I will say that you are wasting tremendous time and money on granite polishing pads.

Quality tools enable you to work more faster, and tools life will be longer. This will be much more cost effective if you are throwing away diamond polishing pads too often.

Our Dia ceramica has been developed especially for polishing granite from coarse roughing process to finishing process. Easy attachment with velcro, and have four types of bonds. Since the pads are flexible, these granite polishing pads suit to curved or rounded surface as well. This product is one of our best selling diamond polishing pads accross the world.

Outer diameter D(mm) 80, 100, 125(mm)
Grit Metal(M)
60, 150, 300
60, 150, 300
150, 300, 500, 1000, 2000, 3000
Tsuya(Black and White)
Buff(Black and White)
Applicable materials granite

Types of Dia ceramica

V type: Vitrified bond abrasive

High cutting edge with long life. This type has the hardest bond.

R type: Resin bond abrasive

Soft and flexible pads suit to speedy work and fine finishing.

M type: Metal bond abrasive

High cutting edge that enable to make the smooth surface in a short time.

Buffing pads

Best tools to achieve fine gloss for final finishing process.

Tips about diamond polishing pads

Basically, it is said that there are three factors that contribute to the quality of diamond polishing pads.


This will be the cutting edge of diamond polishing pads. Literally, "diamonds" hardest materials in the world are used as the grain.


Grain above mentioned firmly fixed by this bond. The degree of impaction decide how hard that bond grip the diamond. If this power is comapratively weak, cutting edge will increase in general. Life will be longer vice versa.


This will be the tiny void remain inside the abrasive stone. It helps the self sharpening so as not to occur loading during the polishing process.