Buy reasonably priced sanding belts for all customary belt sanders
MioTools.co.uk offers high quality sanding belts in all customary sizes, materials and grit sizes. A wide range of products encompasses sanding material for all customary belt sanders - Bosch, Einhell or MENZER - and for a great variety of sanding procedures.
Aluminium oxide and ceramics - grit types for every individual work step
MioTools.com.uk offers regular corundum (aluminium oxide), zirconia alumina and ceramic sanding belts. The choice of grit type strongly depends on the kind of the planned sanding process. For the treatment of wood or parquet floors we recommend normal corundum sanding belts. Moreover, corundum sanding belts are ideal for processing paint, varnish or plastic.
For sanding metal or removing rust, choose zirconia alumina belts or regular corundum. Zirconia alumina sanding materials excel due to their extreme durability and are used for treating hard woods. Ceramic abrasives offers the advantage of a unique microcrystalline structure that keeps self-sharpening during use. The ceramic grain guarantees a highly elevated abrasion rate and is used in woof treatment.
Sanding belts in all customary sizes
MioTools.com.uk offers the right sanding belt for every work step and more specialized sanding endeavours - from wood treatment of highly resinous wood types, sanding parquet floors to sanding metal angles. Buy sanding belts in all customary sizes conveniently online:
- Sanding Belts 75 x 533 mm
- Sanding Belts 40 x 303 mm
- Sanding Belts 75 x 457 mm
- Sanding Belts 100 x 610 mm
Practical tips for home handymen
- A belt sander is ideal for treating natural wood, because the sanding belt travels smoothly along the woof grain without leaving deep notches.
- With a high quality belt sander one can precisely adjust the belt guide to the sanding belt avoiding for it to sit too loosely.
- The sanding materials' lifespan can be prolonged by regularly cleaning them with a wire brush or a rubber pen.
- Pay attention to the grain direction on putting up the sanding belt so that the adhesive surfaces do not rupture. The direction is usually printed on the inside of the belt.