Backing Pad 115MM M14X2

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A backing pad, in various contexts, refers to a device or component that provides support, cushioning, or a surface for attachment to other tools or materials. In abrasives and sanding applications, a backing pad is often a resilient and flexible surface to which abrasive discs or pads are attached. It provides a stable base for the abrasives to work effectively and may have features to dampen vibrations, enhance grip, or conform to curved surfaces. In other contexts, a backing pad could refer to a support structure for various tools or components in manufacturing or construction processes.

1. 100% natural rubber
2. MAX RPM 6000.
3. M 14X2.
4. Suitable for angle grinder
5. Packed by polybag with header card.



  1. Sanding and Polishing: In the realm of woodworking, metalworking, and auto body repair, backing pads are crucial for attaching abrasive discs or polishing pads. These pads provide the necessary support and flexibility for sanding or polishing surfaces efficiently.
  2. Grinding Operations: In metalworking and fabrication, backing pads are used in conjunction with grinding discs to grind down and shape metal surfaces. The backing pad helps in achieving a smooth and controlled grinding process.
  3. Buffing and Finishing: For polishing and finishing tasks, backing pads are employed with buffing pads or polishing bonnets. This is common in automotive detailing, furniture manufacturing, and other industries where a smooth and polished finish is desired.
  4. Power Tools: Backing pads are integral components in various power tools such as random orbital sanders, angle grinders, and rotary polishers. They facilitate the attachment of abrasive or polishing accessories to these tools, enhancing their versatility.
  5. Surface Preparation: In construction and painting applications, backing pads are used to support abrasive discs for surface preparation tasks. This includes removing paint, rust, or other coatings from surfaces before painting or coating.
  6. Flexible and Contoured Surfaces: Backing pads are designed to conform to curved or irregular surfaces, making them suitable for tasks that involve shaping or finishing contoured objects.
  7. Vibration Dampening: Some backing pads are engineered with features to absorb vibrations during operation, providing a smoother and more controlled sanding or grinding experience. This is particularly important for reducing operator fatigue and improving precision.
  8. Versatile Tool Attachment: Backing pads often feature a hook-and-loop or adhesive attachment system, allowing quick and easy changes of abrasive discs or pads. This versatility is essential for efficiency in various tasks.
  9. Adhesive Disc Applications: In industries like woodworking and carpentry, backing pads are used for attaching adhesive-backed sandpaper discs, providing a secure and reliable connection during sanding operations.
  10. Material Removal: Whether it’s for deburring, leveling, or removing excess material, backing pads are instrumental in material removal processes across different industries.
SKU: AHS19241 Category:


115 MM, M14X2

Safety measures and precautions

  1. Read and Understand User Manuals:
    • Familiarize yourself with the user manuals and guidelines provided by the tool manufacturer and the backing pad supplier. Follow the recommended procedures and safety instructions.
  2. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Wear appropriate personal protective equipment, including safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from flying debris, and hearing protection if the tool generates loud noise.
  3. Secure Workpiece:
    • Ensure that the workpiece is securely fastened or clamped in place. This prevents movement during operation, reducing the risk of accidents.
  4. Inspect the Backing Pad:
    • Before use, inspect the backing pad for any signs of damage, wear, or defects. Replace damaged or worn-out pads to maintain optimal performance and safety.
  5. Choose the Right Backing Pad:
    • Select a backing pad that is suitable for the specific application and tool being used. Using the wrong type or size of backing pad can lead to inefficient operation and increased safety risks.
  6. Secure Attachment:
    • Ensure that the abrasive disc or accessory is properly attached to the backing pad according to the manufacturer’s instructions. A secure attachment prevents the accessory from becoming dislodged during operation.
  7. Check Tool Speed:
    • Verify that the tool’s operating speed matches the recommended speed for the backing pad and accessories. Operating at incorrect speeds can lead to overheating and failure.
  8. Control Vibration:
    • Use backing pads with built-in features to dampen vibrations and reduce operator fatigue. Prolonged exposure to high levels of vibration can lead to health issues such as hand-arm vibration syndrome.
  9. Maintain a Stable Stance:
    • Stand in a stable and balanced position while operating the tool. This helps you maintain control and reduces the risk of losing balance or being pulled towards the workpiece.
  10. Avoid Excessive Pressure:
    • Let the tool do the work. Avoid applying excessive pressure, as it can lead to increased wear on the backing pad and accessories, and it may compromise safety.
  11. Use Dust Extraction:
    • When applicable, use dust extraction systems or wear respiratory protection to minimize exposure to airborne dust and particulates generated during sanding or grinding operations.
  12. Disconnect Power Source:
    • Before changing accessories or performing maintenance, disconnect the power source to prevent accidental starts. Follow lockout/tag out procedures if necessary.
  13. Training and Supervision:
    • Ensure that operators are adequately trained in the safe use of backing pads and associated tools. Supervise less experienced users until they demonstrate competence in handling the equipment safely.

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