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1/6/2005

Abrasive Belt Machines

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This series of portable air-powered abrasive tools from features an ergonomically designed, lightweight composite housing, which is designed to reduce tool vibration and is thermal-insulated to prevent cold air transmission to the operator.

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This series of portable air-powered abrasive tools from features an ergonomically designed, lightweight composite housing, which is designed to reduce tool vibration and is thermal-insulated to prevent cold air transmission to the operator. Specific applications of the tools include paint and rust removal, refining before final finishing, medium and fine grain finishing and final finishing.    Available in horsepowers ranging from 0.4 – 1, the tools are ideal for use with abrasive impregnated non-woven nylon products, coated abrasive flap wheels, buffs and Scotch-Brite ® abrasive belts mounted on inflatable pneumatic wheels. Use the inflatable pneumatic wheel for finishing work surfaces of virtually any shape, contour or material; excellent for finishing stainless steel and other metals.  Wheel conforms to the contour of the work surface. 

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