Ryobi 800W 533mm Belt Sander EBS800

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This Belt sander is ideal for heavy duty applications over large areas such as flooring or substantial stock removal.

  • 76mm wide x 533mm long sanding belt
  • 320 m/min no load belt speed
  • Automatic tracking
  • Supplied with 1 x 60 grit sanding sheet, 1 x 100 grit sanding sheet and 1 x 120 grit sanding sheet

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Features and benefits

  • Cyclonic action dust box for efficient dust collection
  • 76mm (3") belt with a powerful 800W motor for rapid stock removal
  • Tool free sanding belt change system for ease of use
  • 4 position adjustable handle for comfort and control with Gripzone+™ overmold for added comfort and control
  • Guarantee - 2 year

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Ryobi 800W 533mm Belt Sander EBS800
Corded/Cordless Corded
Belt length (mm) 533mm
Belt width (mm) 76mm
Belt speed (no load) 320m/min
Belt alignment Automatic tracking
Handle type 4 position adjustable handle for comfort and control
Switch type Lock on trigger switch
Dust extraction Dust extraction facility
Cable length 2.5m
Weight 3.3kg
Brush type Replaceable carbon brushes

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