The epoxy, which is not frozen, sticks to the surface of the abrasivin, causing it to fail to perform its etching function. Thus, because the surface of the marble/tile cannot be prepared for wiping, it causes wiping errors and matte finishes.
The use of diamonds that are not suitable for grain size and/or abrasiveness does not ensure that the surface of the calibrated marble/tile is flat, nor does it bring the thickness to the desired level. It causes differences between the edges of the same marble/tile. Thus, it causes thickness differences between the marbles/tiles that are wiped in the burnishing.
If the calibrator is bent more than necessary, it will cause the calibrated marbles / tiles to be concave. While the inner part of the stone becomes dull after erasing, it makes the two edge lines brighter.
Too much balance, marbles/tiles do not have the desired thickness and also because of the shake increases the fragility of the marbles / tiles.
Due to the difference in thickness on the two sides of the marbles/tiles, abrasives on a sloping surface cannot homogenously erode and polish the surface.
Due to the fact that the bottom is not flat, marbles/tiles do not stand in a balanced position in the band, constantly moving from the edges and corners, causing abrasives to not homogenously wipe on the stone surface.
For example, the final calibrator is 60/80 grain and the fine numbers are waived as a result of starting with the number 36 or 46 abrasiv on the “unnecessary” location in the burnishing.
Or, if the final calibrator is 36/46 grain and starts with abrasiv numbered 80 or higher in the burnishing, the marble / tile surface cannot be made suitable for wiping.
Excessive pressure in the water to remove the marbles/tiles, break the abrasives create deep scratches on the surface, causing deletion errors.
Due to the force exerted by the heads on the partial pits formed due to the regional tearing, abrasion and peeling of the band surface, it causes the marbles / tiles to enter and the back parts to rise up. Therefore, it causes erasure errors by breaking the abrasives or creating deep scratches on the surface of the abrasives.
When the lamas are open more than necessary, it causes the abrasives to not work properly on the surface of the stone by moving the marbles / tiles with the head, especially in the right and left movement of the trolley, and the edges of the marbles / tiles on the band hitting the bars.
In cases where it is too narrow, it creates gaps between the marble/tiles that come in succession, causing the abrasivs to break.
The fact that the marble / tiles are lower than the thickness of the lamas causes the abrasives to break by hitting the lama. At the same time, an indelible region remains on the edges in the form of a line.
The abrasiv overflows from the marbles / tiles by an average of 5 cm, allowing the abrasive surface to be cleaned. If it is more than 5 cm, it causes abrasion scratches on the edges. In the event that it does not come off, the quality of erasing decreases at the edges.
It causes fluctuations on the surface of the marble / tiles, creating periodic lines of wear scratches or deep scratches.
1. Abrasives are not seated or fixed.
Abrasives can not work properly on the surface of the marble / tiles by moving in the nest and / or get out of the nest and break.
1. The excessive or incomplete water coming into the heads.
Excessive water coming to the heads acts as a pillow between abrasive and marbles / tiles, and can cause abrasiv to not work. Excessive water coming to the polished heads lowers the gloss, making it look more matte than it should be.
Missing water cannot provide the surface of abrasives to be cleaned. Thus, the desired level of wear and gloss cannot be obtained.
1. The muddy and / or excessive precipitation chemicals used in the heads of water.
Due to the muddy water, the surface of the abrasive remains muddy. The water becomes more viscous (colloidal) as a result of excessive precipitating chemicals. Thus, the desired level of wear and gloss cannot be obtained.
1. The dragline is not properly centered
It causes more polishing on one side of the marble / tiles, causing the gloss to be inhomogeneous.
1. The speed of the tape does not correspond to the speed of the dragline.
It causes abrasion scratches on the surface of marble / tiles or slabs, called shade.
1. Missing stones in the nests in the Abrasive heads.
It can cause the head to become unbalanced. This causes wavy scratches on the surface of the marbles / tiles.
1. Abrasives in one head do not wear at the same time during wiping.
It is caused by abrasives having different hardness. It causes the softer abrasives in the head to not work, and in hard ones, it will wear marbles / tiles and cause elliptical wear lines.
1. The ranking is not done properly.
The desired level of erase quality and gloss cannot be achieved.
1. Abrasive team newly installed on the head is not opened.
It cannot act as an abrasive due to the abrasive surfaces not opening and causes scattered scratches on the surface of the marble / tiles.
1. Head pressures are not at proper level.
With extremely low pressure, abrasives cannot fulfill their duties and cannot prepare the surface of marble / tiles for wiping. At the same time, with the given low pressure, the quality of the polish and brightness cannot be brought to the desired level.
If high pressure is given, marbles / tiles are abraded more than necessary and its thickness becomes lower than the desired level. Abrasives end in a short time and burns occur on the marble / tile surface.
In the absence, micro-grains coming from the previous heads on the marble / tile enter between the polish stones and marble / tile, causing fine scratches on the surface.
If the surface of the marble / tile is not heated sufficiently, the varnishes cannot perform their duties at 100% and the gloss remains relatively low.