JCB 900W Corded Belt Sander JCB-BS900

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This powerful 900W corded belt sander from JCB comes with a dust bag to keep mess to a minimum whilst working, and a 457mm sanding plate length and 76mm sanding plate width, for greater coverage. Its suitable for stripping wood, floorboards, other preparation work, sanding close to edges and cleaning up glued panels as at 3.6kg it is extremely lightweight. The variable speed control lets you fully control the speed, giving an even surface finish regardless of the task at hand. With an automatic belt tracking function built in, you don't have to worry about the belt becoming unaligned when you're sanding a surface. Its 3m cable gives you easy reach to a plug socket, where ever you are working.

  • Guarantee - 5 year
  • Accessories included - Sanding belt and dust bag

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Technical specification of JCB 900W Corded Belt Sander JCB-BS900
Brand JCB
Colour Yellow
Corded/Cordless Corded
Belt length (mm) 457mm
Belt width (mm) 76mm
Cable length 3m
Weight 3.6kg
No load speed 320rpm
Power output 900W

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