Floor Sander & Edging Sander Combination Hire Pack

Floor Sander Combi Pack
Floor Sander Combi Pack
Floor Sander Hire
Edging Sander Hire
Floor Sander And Sheets
Edging Sander And Sheets
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Save money and time by hiring a Floor Sander and Edging Sander together.

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The Floor Sander is used for sanding many types of wooden floors including garden decking and will remove paint, stains and varnishes from a wooden floor leaving a smooth finish.

The Edging Sander takes over where the floor sander finishes and allows for sanding right up to the skirting board.

The Floor Sander & Edging Sander Combination Hire Pack does not come complete with sanding sheets, discs or dust bags, please remember to add these when placing your order. It is advisable to order at least 3 of each grit of sanding sheets and discs per room and at least 2 dust bags per room.

These products are 240V and RCD power breakers will automatically be added to your order.

Based On: Hiretech HT8 Drum Floor Sander

  • Off Load Current: 5 A
  • Average Load Current: 8 A
  • Noise: 95 dBA at 1 m
  • Vibration: 1.60 m/s² rms
  • Motor RPM: 8,500
  • Drum RPM: 3,300
  • Dimensions W x D x H: 322 mm x 940 mm x 855 mm
  • Weight Net: 41.5 kg
  • Sanding Sheet Width: 200 mm

Based On: Hiretech HT7 Disc Floor Sander

  • Off Load Current : 5 A
  • Average Load Current: 8 A
  • Noise: 100 dBA at 1 m
  • Vibration: 2.71 m/s² rms
  • Motor RPM: 13,000
  • Disc RPM: 3,300
  • Dimensions W x D x H: 276 mm x 505 mm x 325 mm
  • Weight Net: 16.4 kg
  • Sanding Disc Diameter: 178 mm

Floor Sander

A four brush motor powers a sanding drum that is dynamically balanced and is covered in a unique drum rubber. A major advantage is that the unit is completely self-contained with the added quality of a high-dust-pickup-efficiency. For easy transport and storage the Floor Sander breaks apart into three simple sections. With a low voltage trip switch the Floor Sander is ideal for both home and professional use.

Edging Sander

Giving unrivalled balance and feel, features include a powerful four brush motor that drives a dynamically balanced metal backed sanding pad, wheel castors that allow easy change of direction and a high powered vacuum system.

Floor Sanding Tips

Before sanding, empty the room completely of furniture and remove any old floor coverings, nails and anything else that is attached to the floor, then vacuum and clean the room thoroughly. Basically, you want an empty clean surface to start working on.

Inspect the floor closely, drive in all nail heads and remove any carpet staples or fasteners from former flooring to avoid tearing the sanding sheets.

The direction of sanding often depends on the floor's condition. If it is fairly flat, it may be possible simply to use the sander up and down the floor boards' grain. If the floor is uneven, or has a very thick coating of paint or varnish, go across the grain. Sanding at a right angle to boards may damage them, so sand at about 45 degrees. Cross the room in one direction, then the other before finishing along the grain. Reduce the coarseness of the sandpaper you use as you progress, finishing with the finest grade.

If your floor needs a lot of sanding, start with the coarse (P40 Grit) sanding sheets, for a floor in a better condition, the medium (P80 Grit) sanding sheets are better.

Make sure the drum of the Floor Sander is sitting off the floor before starting the machine and then lower the drum onto the floor slowly and move at a gradual, even pace to ensure the sander creates an even finish. Before the end of each run ensure you raise the drum of the sander off the floor before changing direction or switching the machine off.

Use the Edging Sander to get closer to the skirting boards where the Floor Sander can't reach. Because these sanders use a disc that sands across the grain, you might need to use a finer grit paper than the one you used with the Floor Sander.

Sanding a floor always produces a lot of dust (even though the machines have dust bags), so always wear goggles and a face mask to avoid inhaling the dust, ventilate the room by opening windows and seal around the door (to prevent the dust from getting into the rest of the house). Sanders are also noisy, so ear protection should also be worn.

Do not let the dust bag fill more than halfway before changing, otherwise the additional weight of the dust bag negatively affects the sanding of the floor.

Whilst we work to ensure that product information on our website is correct and up to date, on occasion we may supply a similar product by another manufacturer.

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