Ryobi Corded 1/4 Sheet Sander EOS2410NHG

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This 1/4 sheet sander is ideal for sanding small to medium areas.

  • 20000 rpm (orbits per minute) with 1.6 mm orbit diameter
  • Supplied with a Dust extraction facility, 2 x 60, 2 x 100 and 2 x 150 grit sanding sheets, paper punch pad, dust bag and kit box

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Technical specification of Ryobi Corded 1/4 Sheet Sander EOS2410NHG
Corded/Cordless Corded
Power output 240W
Compatibility Compatible with all 1/4 sanding sheets
Orbit speed (no load) 20000rpm
Orbit diameter 1.6mm
Handle type Compact palm grip handle for added comfort
Switch type Push on/off switch
Sanding sheet attachment Hook and loop / clamp
Dust extraction Dust extraction facility
Cable length 2.5m
Brush type Replaceable carbon brushes

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