Makita Corded 200W 1/4 Sheet Sander BO4555

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This 1/4 sheet sander is ideal for a variety of sanding tasks whether at home or on site.

  • 14000 rpm (orbits per minute) with 1.5 mm orbit diameter
  • Supplied with a Dust extraction facility, 6 x abrasive papers and dust collection bag

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Features and benefits

  • Complete with cloth dust collection bag
  • Powerful industrial motor for long life
  • Both Hook and Loop and clamp methods of fitting sanding paper
  • Can be connected to a dust extractor
  • Guarantee - 1 year

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Makita Corded 200W 1/4 Sheet Sander BO4555
Corded/Cordless Corded
Power output 200W
Voltage 240V
Compatibility Compatible with most brands
Orbit speed (no load) 14000rpm
Speed control Constant
Orbit diameter 1.5mm
Sanding plate length 114mm
Sanding plate width 102mm
Handle type Soft grip handle
Switch type Lock on trigger switch
Sanding sheet attachment Hook and loop
Dust extraction Dust extraction facility
Cable length 3m
Weight 1.1kg
Brush type Replaceable brushes

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