Prescott Belt Sander

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A belt sander is a power tool consisting of a continuous loop of abrasive material (a sanding belt) that is stretched between two rotating drums. This tool is used for smoothing and shaping wood, metal, or other materials by rapidly removing excess material and creating a more even surface. The sanding belt moves in a linear fashion, allowing for efficient material removal and precision in sanding tasks. Belt sanders are commonly employed in woodworking, metalworking, and other crafting or construction applications where a smooth and uniform surface finish is desired.

Voltage: V220-240V~ 50/60Hz
Wattage: 1200W
Belt Speed: 550r/min
Belt Size: 100 × 610mm
Meas: 590 x 400 x 310 mm
Packed in a Blow Molded Case
Weight approx: 4.9 kgs.



  1. Woodworking:
    • Surface Smoothing: Belt sanders are commonly used in woodworking to quickly smooth surfaces of wood, whether it’s a large tabletop, door, or other wooden components.
    • Stock Removal: They are effective for removing excess material or leveling uneven surfaces on wood, such as when working with rough lumber or reshaping edges.
  2. Metalworking:
    • Deburring: Belt sanders are useful for removing burrs and sharp edges from metal pieces after cutting or machining.
    • Metal Surface Preparation: They can be employed to prepare metal surfaces for painting or coating by providing a smooth and clean finish.
  3. DIY and Home Improvement:
    • Floor Sanding: Belt sanders with larger belts are used for sanding wooden floors to prepare them for refinishing or to remove old finishes.
    • Furniture Refinishing: In refurbishing furniture, belt sanders can be used to strip old paint or finishes and prepare the surface for refinishing.
  4. Construction:
    • Preparation of Surfaces: Belt sanders are used in construction for preparing surfaces such as drywall or plywood before painting or finishing.
    • Shaping and Smoothing: They can be employed to shape and smooth edges of construction materials.
  5. Automotive:
    • Bodywork: In auto body repair, belt sanders are used to smooth out imperfections in metal surfaces and prepare them for painting.
  6. Cabinet Making:
    • Joinery: Belt sanders are often used in cabinet making for shaping and smoothing joints and edges of wooden components.
  7. Crafting and Hobbyist Projects:
    • Model Making: Belt sanders are useful in shaping and refining small wooden pieces for model making or hobbyist projects.
  8. General Material Removal:
    • Fast Stock Removal: Belt sanders excel in tasks where rapid removal of material is required, making them efficient for various applications where precision is less critical.
SKU: AHS94547 Category:



Safety Precautions

  1. Read the Manual:
    • Familiarize yourself with the manufacturer’s instructions and guidelines provided in the user manual before operating the belt sander.
  2. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Wear appropriate personal protective equipment, including safety glasses or goggles to protect your eyes from flying debris.
    • Use hearing protection, especially if the belt sander generates high noise levels.
    • Wear a dust mask or respiratory protection to avoid inhaling dust particles.
  3. Clothing and Jewelry:
    • Avoid loose clothing, jewelry, or any accessories that could get caught in the moving parts of the belt sander.
    • Wear long sleeves and long pants to protect your skin from dust and debris.
  4. Secure Workpiece:
    • Ensure that the workpiece is securely clamped or held in place before starting the belt sander. This prevents the material from moving unpredictably and causing accidents.
  5. Check the Belt:
    • Inspect the sanding belt for wear, damage, or any signs of defects before use. Replace the belt if it is worn or damaged.
    • Make sure the belt is correctly installed and tensioned according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.
  6. Workspace Setup:
    • Work in a well-lit and well-ventilated area.
    • Keep the work area clean and free of clutter to prevent tripping hazards.
  7. Power Source:
    • Ensure that the belt sander is connected to a properly grounded electrical outlet.
    • Regularly check the power cord for any damage, and do not use the tool if the cord is compromised.
  8. Two-Handed Operation:
    • Use both hands to control the belt sander. Maintain a firm grip on the handles to ensure stability and control.
  9. Direction of Feed:
    • Always feed the workpiece against the rotation of the sanding belt to prevent kickback.
  10. Switch Off Before Adjusting:
    • Turn off the belt sander and unplug it before making any adjustments, changing the sanding belt, or performing maintenance.
  11. Avoid Over-Pressure:
    • Let the belt sander do the work. Applying excessive pressure may lead to loss of control and cause uneven sanding.
  12. First Contact:
    • When starting the belt sander, make initial contact with the material while the machine is not at full speed to prevent gouging.
  13. Regular Breaks:
    • Take breaks to prevent fatigue, which can lead to loss of concentration and increased risk of accidents.
  14. Training and Supervision:
    • If you are not experienced with using a belt sander, seek proper training before attempting complex tasks.
    • Do not allow untrained individuals to use the belt sander without supervision.

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