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Air Sanders

Uncompromising Quality, Service & Knowledge

Akko 3" Orbital Air Sander
Akko 3″ Orbital Air Sander
$175.00 inc. GST
Akko 7″ Angle Air Polisher
$195.00 inc. GST

Air Sanders

Air sanders come in all different shapes and sizes. They are used primarily for removing old layers of paint or other finishes from a piece of metal without actually stripping away any of the metal underneath. Unlike the use of chemicals or other agents, air sanders – whether they are detail, belt, random orbit, or sheet sanders – are a must-have in the toolbox of any DIY fanatic.

Quality Air Sanders from Air Tools WA

Since 2002, our team at Air Tools WA has been supplying customers with high-performance air sanders. We believe if you buy quality products, you’ll see great results time and time again, which is why we only stock air sanders we’d be happy to use ourselves. Our range of air sanders is perfect for tradesmen who need a dependable tool for regular use or for those who have an avid interest in all things DIY.

Tools for Air Sanders

As well as air sanders, we also stock a range of industrial desiccant air dryers and refrigerator air dryers. These tools are very effective at removing water vapor from compressed air systems, but they work in different ways. For example, refrigerator air dryers for air compressors are designed to separate water moisture from compressed air, reducing the dew point. Desiccant air dryers, on the other hand, adsorb moisture from the air stream and onto a desiccant material in a reversible process.

What to Consider When Buying an Air Sander

When buying an air sander, there are a few things you need to take into consideration. The last thing that you want to do is turn up to a job site to discover that the sander you have chosen is unfit for purpose. As such, you want to make sure that your air sander:

  • Is cordless. If you’re working outside a lot with your air sander, then it makes sense to opt for one that is cordless. If you’re working indoors, however, a corded sander will be sufficient.
  • Has the right speed for you. Some users prefer a faster, more powerful air sander, especially if they’re confident using the tool and are trying to remove stubborn paint layers. However, slower speeds offer more control, so this is something to consider carefully.
  • Works with dust extractors, which are helpful tools for keeping your workspace tidy.
  • Has hook and loop paper attachments for a secure fit.

To find out more about Air Tools WA’s range of air sanders, speak to a member of our team today.

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