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Belt Sander Small 30mm / Power File

           Small Belt sander

            Application:

  1. For  light   delicate sanding into tight areas  where other sanders cannot reach.
  2. Can be used for sanding wood and metal as well as glass.
  3. Belt size: 30 mm x 533 mm

 


 

            Instructions and operating tips:

 

  1. Extra-comfortable, large side grip in front Abrasive belt only 30mm wide squeezes in where ordinary sander can’t.
  2. Use ear plugs and eye protection.
  3. Do not join  more than one 2.5mm X 20M three core lead on any single power tool.
  4. Empty and clean DUST BAG after use. Additional charge for damaged or lost bag.
  5. A belt sander is a machine used to sand down wood and other materials for finishing purposes. It consists of an electrical motor that turns a pair of drums on which a seamless loop of sandpaper is mounted. Belt sanders can be either hand-held, where the sander is moved over the material, or stationary (fixed), where the material is moved to the sanding belt. Stationary belt sanders are sometimes mounted on a work bench, in which case they are  called bench sanders. Stationary belt sanders are often combined with a disc sander.

 


        Information:

        Technical specification:

 

  1. Belt speed: 200 – 1,000 m/min
  2. Continuous rating Input: 550 W (240 Volt)
  3. Overall length: 380 mm
  4. Net weight: 2.1 kg

 

  1. A belt sander is a machine used to sand down wood and other materials for finishing purposes. It consists of an electrical motor that turns a pair of drums on which a seamless loop of sandpaper is mounted. Belt sanders can be either hand-held, where the sander is moved over the material, or stationary (fixed), where the material is moved to the sanding belt. Stationary belt sanders are sometimes mounted on a work bench, in which case they are called bench sanders. Stationary belt sanders are often combined with a disc sander.  
  2. Belt sanders can have a very aggressive action on wood and are normally used only for the beginning stages of the sanding process, or used to rapidly remove material. Sometimes they are also used for removing paints or finishes from wood. Fitted with fine grit sand paper, a belt sander can be used to assure a completely smooth surface. 
  3. Stationary belt sanders are used for removing non-ferrous metals, such as aluminum. Non-ferrous metals tend to cloggrinding wheels, quickly making them useless for grinding soft metals, while belt sanders continue to grind without clogging. This is because the small grooves in the sand paper are opened up as they go around the arc of the drive wheel. 
  4. Belt sanders can vary in size from the small hand-held unit shown in the illustration to units wide enough to sand a full 4-by-8 foot sheet of plywood in a manufacturing plant. Some belt sanders can be as tall as 1.2 metres and 70 centimetres long. 
  5. Sanding wood produces a large amount of sawdust. Therefore, belt sanders employed in woodworking are usually equipped with some type of dust collection system. It may be as simple as a cloth filter bag attached to a portable sander or a large vacuum system to suck dust particles away into a central collector. 
  6. Slack belt sanding is commonly used in the manufacturing process of guitars and other medium-sized wooden objects. It is a long sanding belt which runs slackly over the object. The machinist then exerts pressure to it to sand down specific areas. It is a very precise process which takes great skill and accuracy.

 

 


          Models  we stock:

 

         9031   belt sander