SuperMax offers a wide variety of the SuperBrush Sanders to meet the many needs of any woodworking shop. Our goal is to provide an excellently priced machine yielding an incredible return on investment by creating faster output, reduced rework and greater product consistency.
Also available with a Single Brush Head
These easy to use machines come with an extremely low learning curve and offer many different features which include: quick change brush heads, infinitely variable brush and conveyor speeds to allow for endless finish possibilities, adjustable tension rollers to prevent stock slippage, and precision height adjustments. Our SuperBrush™ sanders come in sizes ranging from 24” to 49” with single and/or double brush head offerings to meet all your finishing needs.
Maximum Width (in): 24, 36, or 49 Minimum Length (in): 11 Maximum Thickness (in): 9, varies with brush style Minimum Thickness (in): 1/32, varies by application
24” model: 67 x 46 x 54 36” model: 67 x 58 x 54 49″ model: 50 x 71 x 31
9-12 typical diameter
1-1/2 – 3”
Ranged variable, 400-1200 RPM brush
24″ model: Four (4), 4″ vacuum ports, 1800 CFM min. 36″ model: Six (6), 4″ vacuum ports, 1800 CFM min. 49″ model: Six (6), 4″ vacuum ports, 2400 CFM min.
24″, 36″ models: (2) 7-1/2HP 49″ models: (2) 10HP
24″, 36″ models: 208-230V, 60HZ, 3 Ph, 20 amp service (2) 49″ model:208-230V, 60HZ, 3 Ph, 30 amp service (2)
24” model: 1100 36” model: 1340 49″ model: 1550
220 in.-lb. torque, direct drive D.C. motor, ranged variable 0-30 FPM
A SuperBrush brush sander is a machine that can be equipped with different types of sanding heads to achieve a wide variety of finishes on wood or plastic composite material. It is commonly used for applications that would traditionally be done by hand, such as profile sanding mouldings or raised panel doors, or to achieve labor-intensive finishes like distressing. Unlike a drum sander which can only dimension a flat surface, the bristles on the brushes flex and bend to conform to profiles.
The main categories of brush heads are flatter, nylon, and wire. There are many variations of brush heads within those categories, resulting in dozens of brush head options. For example, using a flatter style brush will help you to achieve a hand-sanded finish on profiles like mouldings and raised panel doors. It is also commonly used in raw wood sanding to open the grain for stain, and then used for sealer sanding in between coats of stain or primer simply by changing the grit of flatter strip. Wire brushes are most commonly used to achieve a distressed or weathered finish. Nylon brushes work well for cleaning reclaimed wood or light distressing. These are just a few of the different applications for each brush type.
This product is used to distress wood. This will give it a wire brushed, reclaimed look. Within this category, there are multiple types of wire brushes based on the type of application you are working with.
This is a broad category. This can be used for anything from scuff sanding, cleaning barn wood and distressing new boards.
Flatter Brush Head
This is used for raw wood sanding, scuff sanding and in some cases cleaning barn wood. This is the most common brush used for sanding cabinet doors.
The single head machines are designed for quick and easy brush head changeover. It’s quite simple and most people can change it in under 15 minutes and be up and running again.
Increase Output: SuperBrush sanders are able to run material up to 30ft a minute (depending on the model you choose), much faster than sanding by hand!
Increase Consistency: When hand sanding, an employee is likely going to produce a different result at 8 a.m than he is at 5 p.m. With a SuperBrush sander, the results are the same time after time.
Low Learning Curve: A SuperBrush sander is not difficult to operate. After a short training period, nearly anyone can run a SuperBrush sander.
Versatility: Perhaps the biggest benefit of a SuperBrush sander is its versatility. Vastly different finishes can be achieved by changing the brush head, or more finite changes can be achieved by changing the speed of the conveyor, the RPM of the brush head, or the depth of bristle penetration.
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