Pneumatic sanders vs. electric orbital sanders

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Pneumatic sanders vs. electric orbital sanders

The end result of our work and the quality of the sanding is what defines us as professionals. The precision, dedication and delicacy with which we perform it makes us achieve better or worse finishes, but the type of tools we use also have a great influence.Get more news about oem pneumatic orbital sander,you can vist our website!

Advances in the sector have developed sanders that are so precise, light, handy and of quality, that it can sometimes be difficult to know which one to choose. One of the main choices, which can determine our work, is that of pneumatic or electric rotor-orbital sanders.

From Abracom we want to advise you so that you know which is the most suitable for you. So next, we are going to explain everything you need to know about pneumatic and electric orbital sanders.
Advantages of a pneumatic sander
Pneumatic sanders are, without a doubt, a great choice. Their benefits in industrial sanding processes are important, since they are more resistant machines designed to withstand greater workloads.

On the other hand, its size is compact and light, which allows smooth and precise handling essential to develop a perfect sanding.

Lastly, they create safer working environments, without sparks or possible short circuits, especially in work areas where varnished parts are sanded or subjected to a chemical finishing process.
Among the different types of electric sanders, we can highlight some advantages to take into account. They can be connected anywhere where there is an electrical outlet, which facilitates their use in outdoor work or where sanding work is to be carried out.

These sanders combine a radial rotary movement with an eccentric movement that improves performance. Its base is a circular plate generally with an anchor for abrasive discs with velcro, although there are also smooth vinyl bases for self-adhesive discs.

Its pass is more random, so it avoids repetition and, therefore, leaving sanding marks.

They are ideal for carrying out any type of work and on practically any type of surface: wood, varnish, metal, composites, solid surface,...

In recent years, these sanders have evolved very rapidly, especially in everything related to the suction of sanding dust, generating cleaner and less harmful work environments for the operator.

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