Mac Allister Corded 450W Random Orbit Sander HB450RS

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This corded random orbit sander is ideal for sanding or polishing.

  • 11000 rpm (orbits per minute) with orbit diameter and Variable to produce a smooth, fine finish
  • long sanding plate
  • Supplied with a cable, Dust bag to help keep workspaces clean and 3 sanding sheets, dust canister and vacuum adaptor

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Technical specification of Mac Allister Corded 450W Random Orbit Sander HB450RS
Corded/Cordless Corded
Power output 450W
Orbit speed (no load) 11000rpm
Speed control Variable
Handle type Soft grip handle
Sanding sheet attachment Hook and loop
Dust extraction Dust bag

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