Random Orbital SanderVac™ Pro Dust-Free Sander
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The 5” Random Orbital SanderVac™ Pro is the best tool for finishing wood and fiberglass surfaces after they have been stripped with the Paintshaver Pro.
If you are not stripping all of the paint off with the Paintshaver® Pro, you can use the 5” Random Orbital SanderVac™ for preparing and feathering lead and non-lead painted surfaces.
The 5” Random Orbital SanderVac’s™ 10,000 RPM is one of the fastest orbital sanders available.
The clear polycarbonate dust shroud with nylon bristles attaches to any wet/dry or HEPA Vacuum keeping the operator and work area clean. You can purchase a similar dust shroud to fit your existing circular sander. See the products below to see the sanders that they fit.
All versions use 5″ Norton “3X” Heavy Duty Hook and Loop sanding pads which last 3 times as long as standard paper pads. Available in 40, 60, and 80 Grit. Use 40 grit to sand after stripping with the Paintshaver® Pro. Use 60 or 80 grit to finish the wood after using 40 grit.
The Random Orbital SanderVac™ Pro is available in three models. The 6 Amp Single Speed, 8 Amp Single Speed and 12 Amp BRUSHLESS Variable Speed. All include a carrying case and 10 feet of 1 1/4″ ID vacuum hose.
6 Amp Orbital Sandervac Specifications: 120 Volts,11,000 RPM, 5.25 lbs., 2 Year Warranty.
8 Amp Orbital Sandervac Specifications: 120 Volts, 10,000 RPM, 6.5 lbs., Lifetime Year Warranty.
12 Amp BRUSHLESS Variable Speed Orbital Sandervac Specsifications: 120 Volts, 2800-10,000 RPM, 5.5 lbs., Lifetime Warranty, motor features Variable Speed, Soft-Start and Anti-kickback protection.
LEAD PAINT WARNING: When stripping lead paint, always use a HEPA vacuum and NEVER use any of our products on asbestos. Lead paint is dangerous, so it is critical that you take steps to insure that lead dust and chips do not get into the soil, are contained in your work area and the area is cleaned up properly. Information on how to safely handle your lead paint project can be found at the EPA RRP website: http://www2.epa.gov/lead/renovation-repair-and-painting-program. Here is a link to a Youtube video showing work area containment practices: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZ_J_Odx7Mo
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