Belt sanders

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Belt sander / automatic / for tubes

The RS 10-70 E Start Set is...

Belt sander / manual / for tubes

The pipe sander in this series has extremely...

Belt sander / manual

The BF 10-280 E Belt file offers belt widths from...

Belt sander / pneumatic

Our belt-sanders...

Belt sander / pneumatic

The Dynabelter 11462 from...

Belt sander / pneumatic / for wood

The Dynabelter 11475 is a pneumatic...

Belt sander / pneumatic / for heavy-duty applications

The Dynabelter 11476 is a pneumatic air...

Belt sander / pneumatic / for heavy-duty applications

The Dynabelter 11477 is suitable for use...

Belt sander / pneumatic / high-performance

The BS6N by Holger Clasen...

Belt sander / pneumatic

The BS20N Pneumatic Belt...

Belt sander / pneumatic

It is ideally...

Belt sander / pneumatic

The B-20N unit is a pneumatic...

Belt sander / pneumatic

The B-20NB is a versatile...

Belt sander / pneumatic

The B-30N, manufactured...

Belt sander / pneumatic

The BB-10A is suitable...

Belt sander / electric

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Belt sander / electric

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Belt sander / electric

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Belt sander / manual

The unique belt guide system...

Belt sander / automatic / with vacuum base

The S272V Series manufactured by...

Belt sander / automatic / vertical

1/3 HP motor 1 PH, 1725...

Belt sander / automatic / vertical

The Metal Band Sander 2FSM...

Belt sander / automatic / vertical

The 2FS model is a belt...

Belt sander / automatic / for wood

The LPC160 is an orbital sanding...

Belt sander / automatic / for wood

Planetary sanding machines with abrasive belts...

How to choose this product

belt-sander

A belt sander uses a looped moving belt that wears away the workpiece to alter its surface aspect.

Applications

These machines are used to sand large surfaces.

Technologies

A belt sander consists of an abrasive band moving continuously over two electrically-driven rollers. One can differentiate portable versions (a hand tool) from workshop models, mounted on a workbench.

How to choose

Choice depends on the size of the surface to be sanded and on the abrasive material. The sander can be handheld or mounted on a workbench. Stationary models are preferable in workshops for working on large surfaces safely.

Advantages

- Handles large surfaces

Disadvantages

- Uneven surface roughness

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