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Covington Commercial Wet Belt Sander

Price $849.95
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Item# 94826
Availability: Expected to be available May 25, 2022. Subject to change. Pre-order now!

  • Accurately grind straight lines
  • True up large curved surfaces, like fused bowls, quickly and easily

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Product Description

This high quality belt sander is designed with production in mind. Powerful 1/3 hp motor makes fast work of grinding, beveling and polishing. Unobstructed access to work area accommodates larger project, and makes replacing belts easy. Features an adjustable back-up plate. Single control aligner keeps belt running true. Includes one 220 grit 3" wide belt and 4" high back plate.


  • Rugged 1/3 hp motor for production work
  • Shielded bearings, double sealed and greased for life
  • Single control alignment keeps belt running true
  • Unobstructed access to belt surface for even the largest projects
  • Easily connects to water supply for efficient cooling
  • Quick set up - no assembly needed
1 year manufacturer warranty (excludes belts).

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Product Details

  • Belt Dimensions: 3" x 41-1/2"
  • Coolant System: Sponge keeps belt wet. Grinder can also be used dry for standard sanding of soft materials.
  • Overall Size: 12" wide x 24" x 24"
  • Weight: 52 lbs

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  •   THE wet-belt tool to have!
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Pros : Built like a tank. Fantastic cold-work studio tool. Will out-live you several times over. Finishing results are superb and quick. LOVE IT!!!
Cons : None I can see, not even the price!
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