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9/14/2017

Safety Scale Verifies Openings Between Sander’s Belt/Disc, Table

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Danray Products offers a sander safety scale to verify that the opening between the belt and disc of a sander and its table is 1/8" or less.

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Danray Products offers a sander safety scale to verify that the opening between the belt and disc of a sander and its table is 1/8" or less. Made from durable, 0.090"-thick anodized aluminum, the small scale features a 0.25"-diameter hole for attachment to the sander and a ruler along the back edge to measure the opening for compliance.

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