Finishing Sander 93 X 185 MM 320W

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Finishing sander is specifically designed for finishing touches on surfaces. It is commonly used for smoothing out imperfections, removing small amounts of material, and achieving a polished or refined surface.

  1. 93 x 185 mm: This indicates the size of the sanding pad or surface area that the sander covers. In this case, the pad is 93 by 185 millimeters, specifying the dimensions of the area that comes in direct contact with the material being sanded.
  2. 320W: This refers to the power of the sander, measured in watts. A higher wattage generally indicates more power and efficiency in sanding, allowing the tool to handle tougher materials or larger projects with greater ease.

220V/50HZ
Orbital Speed:14000 RPM
Input Power:320W
1 pair carbon brushes
3 pc sanding discs
1 pc user manual

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Uses

  1. Woodworking Projects:
    • Smoothing surfaces of wooden furniture, cabinets, and doors.
    • Removing imperfections and rough spots from wood pieces.
  2. Trim and Molding:
    • Detail sanding on trim, crown molding, and other decorative wooden elements.
    • Ensuring a smooth finish on intricate details without damaging the surrounding areas.
  3. DIY Home Projects:
    • Refinishing or restoring wooden floors.
    • Sanding wooden stairs or railings for a polished appearance.
  4. Paint Preparation:
    • Preparing surfaces for painting by smoothing out previous paint layers.
    • Creating a suitable surface for better paint adhesion.
  5. Metal Finishing:
    • Light sanding on metal surfaces to remove rust or imperfections.
    • Preparing metal surfaces for painting or coating.
  6. Auto Bodywork:
    • Sanding small areas in auto body repair to achieve a smooth finish.
    • Preparing surfaces for primer or paint in automotive refinishing.
  7. Fine Finishing on Plastics:
    • Smoothing out imperfections on plastic surfaces.
    • Preparing plastic materials for painting or finishing.
  8. Craftsmanship and Hobbies:
    • Detail sanding for woodworking crafts and hobbyist projects.
    • Achieving a polished finish on small-scale woodworking creations.
  9. Door and Window Frames:
    • Smoothing and preparing surfaces of door and window frames.
    • Ensuring a professional finish on visible wooden elements.
  10. Restoration Projects:
    • Refinishing antique furniture.
    • Restoring wooden surfaces on vintage items.
SKU: AHS71173 Category:

Size

93 X 185 MM 320W

Safety Precautions

  1. Read the User Manual: Always read and understand the user manual provided by the manufacturer. It contains important information about the tool’s operation, maintenance, and safety guidelines.
  2. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Wear appropriate personal protective equipment, including safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from dust and debris, and hearing protection since sanders can be noisy.
  3. Work Area: Ensure your work area is clean, well-lit, and well-ventilated. Keep the workspace organized to avoid tripping hazards.
  4. Dust Collection: Use a dust collection system or wear a dust mask to protect yourself from inhaling airborne particles. Finishing sanders generate a significant amount of dust, and prolonged exposure can be harmful.
  5. Secure Workpiece: Secure the workpiece firmly using clamps or other appropriate methods. This helps prevent the workpiece from slipping or moving unexpectedly during operation.
  6. Inspect the Sander: Before use, inspect the sander for any damaged or worn parts. Ensure that the sanding pad, abrasive paper, and other components are in good condition.
  7. Power Source: Check that the power source is appropriate for the tool. Use a grounded outlet and extension cord if needed. Ensure that the power cord is not damaged.
  8. Switch Off When Not in Use: Always switch off the sander and disconnect it from the power source when not in use, during breaks, or when changing accessories.
  9. Avoid Overreach: Maintain a stable stance and avoid overreaching. Keep a balanced and comfortable position to have better control over the sander.
  10. Start Slowly: Start the sander at a low speed and gradually increase it as needed. This helps in better control and prevents the sander from jerking.
  11. Two-Hand Operation: Whenever possible, use both hands to operate the sander. This provides better stability and control over the tool.
  12. Use the Right Grit: Choose the appropriate grit of sandpaper for the task. Finishing sanders are typically used for fine sanding, so select a higher grit for smoother finishes.
  13. Keep Cords Clear: Keep the power cord away from the sanding area to avoid accidentally sanding through it. Be aware of the cord’s location at all times.
  14. Emergency Stop: Familiarize yourself with the emergency stop feature on the sander and know how to use it in case of any issues.

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