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Pneumatic Belt Sanders

Ingersoll Rand offers the Ingersoll Rand 360-313 and 360-418 .

"The sanders help technicians remove stubborn material and create a smooth finish in every nook and cranny," said a company spokesperson. "Using class-leading 0.6 HP motors that are 20% faster than the competing products, the sanders power through long days of sanding, deburring and removing spot welds, seam sealer, rust or deposits.

"Technicians will appreciate the ease at which they can work with the new Ingersoll Rand belt sanders," said Jennifer Travis, Product Manager of Surface Preparation and Construction Tools and Accessories at Ingersoll Rand. "These versatile sanders are lightweight with a highly ergonomic design that require no additional tools to change the belts or adjust the articulating arm."

The sanders have an adjustable four-position power regulator that technicians set to match the toughness of the material, from heavy weld removal to fine finishing.

Quickly use the CAM-lock to adjust the angle of the sanders' articulating arm within a 270° range to reach tight areas such as rivets or welds. No tools are required to adjust the angle, simplifying life in the shop.

The 360-313 model has a 3/8" by 13" arm, and model 360-418 measures 1/2" by 18". Both have an Arbor speed of 20,000 RPM and a belt or surface speed of 4,700 SFPM. A side button on the arm of the sander quickly tightens the arm for abrasive changes.

The multipurpose sanders are flexible, meeting the needs of applications in auto body work, vehicle service and repair and maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) in light-industrial sectors. Either sander works effectively on metal, plastic, fiberglass, wood and other materials.

Small and lightweight, the sanders provide comfort and ergonomics. Their narrow rubber grips are easy to hold, and they are built with a chemical-resistant composite that holds up to the harsh environment of the shop.

Belts to smooth, finish and remove material are available in a kit that includes a 60-, 80- and 100-grit belt.

For more information contact:

Ingersoll Rand Inc.

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