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Pneumatic Sanders

Compressed air sanders are precise tools for perfect work results. Air sanders are distinguished by their minimal weight which allows users to work on the workpiece without tiring. Since there is no motor, it is quieter and longer lasting. Pneumatic sanders require an air compressor to run. When it comes to the lifespan, there is less component inside an air sander to fail.

Air Orbital Sanders

With a powerful air compressor, a pneumatic sander is more powerful. Electric sanders are well known for collecting dust after sanding is done. However, this feature is not always available for air sanders. If you think dust collection is an important feature, you should definitely go for an electric sander. For industrial purposes, we highly recommend to use an air orbital sander. Since they provide more power, this is useful for mass production. If you own a small shop, it's better to purchase an electric sander.

Pneumatic Sanding Machines

CROP stocks an extensive range of pneumatic sanders from professional brands with official manufacturer's warranty. The most popular and professional brands for compressed air sanders are

  • MIRKA air sanders
  • RUPES pneumatic sanders
  • FLEX air sanders
  • 3M air sanders
  • RODAC pneumatic sanders

Pneumatic Sander vs Electric Sander

There are a few key differences between air and electric sanders. Air sanders are generally much lighter because there is no motor. Therefore, pneumatic sanders are quieter and last longer. Tools are usually much cheaper too. On the other hand, to use a pneumatic sander, you need an air compressor. If you don't own a compressor, this can be a costly investment. A pneumatic sander is primarily beneficial to the industrial woodworker who already has a big compressor. In general, a pneumatic sander is not realistic for the hobbyist or a daily woodworker. For most woodworkers, electric is the best financial option.

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