Finishing Sander 115 X 229 MM 330W

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This is a type of power sander used for finishing tasks, typically after the initial sanding or shaping has been done. Finishing sanders are designed to provide a smooth and fine surface finish.

  1. 115 x 229 mm: These dimensions refer to the size of the sanding surface or sanding pad on the sander. In this case, the sanding pad is 115 millimeters in width and 229 millimeters in length. The size of the sanding pad determines the coverage area and is relevant for the type and size of work pieces the sander is suitable for.
  2. 330W: This indicates the power of the sander in watts. The power of the sander influences its performance, especially when dealing with tougher materials or larger projects. A 330W finishing sander is likely to be suitable for a range of finishing tasks.

Orbital Speed:10000 RPM
Input Power:330W
1 pair carbon brushes
3 pc sanding discs
1 pc user manual



  1. Smoothing Wood Surfaces: One of the primary uses of a finishing sander is to smooth the surfaces of wooden pieces. It is effective in removing fine imperfections, scratches, and unevenness left by coarser sanding or shaping tools.
  2. Preparing Surfaces for Finishing: Before applying finishes such as paint, varnish, or stain, it’s essential to have a smooth surface. A finishing sander helps in preparing the wood by creating a uniform and smooth texture, ensuring a better finish for coatings.
  3. Refinishing Furniture: When restoring or refinishing old furniture, a finishing sander is valuable for stripping away old finishes, smoothing surfaces, and preparing the furniture for a new coat of paint or stain.
  4. Polishing and Smoothing Edges: The compact size and precise control of a finishing sander make it suitable for smoothing and rounding the edges of wood pieces. This is particularly important for creating a polished and professional look in woodworking projects.
  5. Fine Detailing: Finishing sanders are excellent for detailed work, such as sanding intricate designs, carvings, or moldings where precision is crucial. The fine-grit sandpaper used with a finishing sander allows for intricate detail without removing too much material.
  6. Craft and Hobby Projects: Whether you’re working on smaller craft projects or DIY home improvement tasks, a finishing sander is often the ideal tool for achieving a polished and refined finish on various materials.
  7. Sanding Between Coats: In between coats of paint or finish, a finishing sander can be used to lightly sand the surface, providing better adhesion for the subsequent coats and ensuring a smoother final result.
SKU: AHS77231 Category:


115 X 229 MM 330W

Safety Precautions

  1. Read the User Manual:
    • Always read and understand the user manual that comes with the finishing sander. It contains important information regarding safety guidelines, operation, and maintenance.
  2. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Wear appropriate personal protective equipment, including safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes, a dust mask to avoid inhaling dust particles, and hearing protection if the sander is noisy.
  3. Work Area Preparation:
    • Ensure the work area is well-lit and well-ventilated.
    • Keep the work area clean and free of clutter to avoid tripping hazards.
    • Make sure there is adequate space for the material you are sanding.
  4. Secure the Workpiece:
    • Securely clamp or hold down the workpiece to prevent movement during sanding. This ensures stability and reduces the risk of accidents.
  5. Check the Sanding Surface:
    • Ensure the sandpaper is securely attached to the sander’s base. Replace any damaged or worn-out sandpaper before use.
  6. Power Source Safety:
    • Make sure the sander is properly grounded.
    • Inspect the power cord for any damage before use.
    • Keep the power cord away from the sanding area to avoid accidental damage.
  7. Switch Off When Not in Use:
    • Turn off the sander and unplug it when not in use or when changing sandpaper.
  8. Correct Handling:
    • Hold the sander with both hands for better control.
    • Do not force the sander; let it do the work. Excessive force can lead to loss of control.
  9. Avoid Awkward Positions:
    • Maintain a stable and comfortable stance to ensure better control and reduce fatigue.
    • Do not overreach while using the sander.
  10. Dust Extraction:
    • Connect the sander to a dust extraction system or use a dust bag to minimize airborne dust. Inhaling wood dust can be harmful.
  11. Inspect the Sander Regularly:
    • Check the sander for any damage or loose components before each use. If you find any issues, repair or replace them before operating the sander.
  12. Proper Storage:
    • Store the finishing sander in a dry and secure place, away from children and unauthorized users.

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