What is the difference between the 19-38 Combo and the 13″ Combo?
There are several differences between these two pieces of equipment. See the chart below for the main differences, and if you still have questions on which machine would be best for your application, please call our office.
|19-38 COMBO BRUSH/DRUM SANDER
||13″ COMBO BRUSH/DRUM SANDER
|Light DutyDirect Drive- Greater range of brush speed (RPM)
||Medium DutyBelt driven- More low-end torque
(important for more aggressive and coarse nylon applications).
|Small brush diameter (5″)
||Larger brush diameter (7-9″)- Longer brush life
- More aggressive brushing possible
- Longer bristles offer deeper profile penetration
- More HP per inch (potentially more aggressive)
|110V, 1-3/4 HP motor
||110V- 1-3/4 HP motor
|38″ working width (2 passes)
||13″ working width
|4″ thickness capacity
||4″ thickness capacity
What is the difference between your drum sanders and other brands?
SandSmart and Intellisand automatically adjust feed speed to help prevent burning of stock. They also increase abrasive life and prevent damaging sander if “over fed”, set too deep or stock is thicker in middle or end.
All SuperMax sander have infinitely adjustable conveyor feed rates for precise settings.
All SuperMax sanders use a self-cooling drum which effectively dissipates heat from sanding, thus extending abrasive life, reducing the chance of burning and prevents over-heating and warping of the drum.
All SuperMax drum sanders are precision engineered for long life.
All SuperMax sanders use a computer balanced drum(s) and drive train components to prevent ripple on the surface of stock being processed and to extend life of bearings and other parts.
All SuperMax drum sanders use an exclusive abrasive conveyor belt which offers the best grip and no-give grip to stock being sanded.
All SuperMax drum sanders use a patented self-tightening abrasive attachment system, making the common task of changing abrasives fast, simple and tool free.