Wood Widebelt Sanders

Wood Pro 37" Widebelt Sander

This machine is equipped with 1 combination head. This means you can sand either using the drum or the sanding platen or both at the same time. Due to the large HP motor (20 HP) the machine is capable of dimensioning even wide boards. This is important for customers who do not own a thickness planer. When you use the machine to dimension your work only very aggressive paper 60 or 80 grit should be used. The heavy carpet feed belt is powered by a separate 1HP motor and has two feed speeds 15″ and 49″ per minute.


  • Main motor: 20HP
  • Variable feed speed: 1HP
  • Table lifting motor: 0.25HP
  • Capacity: 37″
  • Belt Length: 75″

Starting At


+ $399 Freight



You can adjust the thickness in 3 ways:

  1. Manual hand-wheel on the bottom of the machine
  2. By pressing the up or down arrow the table will move in desired direction
  3. By tapping these same arrows the machine will move an exact amount each tap


The auto thickness gauge will measure your wood piece and automatically set the table to the thickness of the piece of wood inserted


Max Sanding Width: 36½” (927mm)

Sanding Belt Size: 37″ x 75″ (940mm x 1905mm)

Adjustable Sanding Platen: 3″ (76mm)

Diameter of Sanding Drum: 4″ (101mm)

Length of Sanding Drum: 37″ (965mm)

Sanding Drum RPM: 1725

Variable Conveyor Speed: 12 – 60 fpm

Dust Port Size: 4″ (101mm)

Number of Dust Ports: 3

Footprint: 19″ x 51″ (483mm x 1300mm)

Width x Depth: 56.5″ x 51″ (483mm x 1300mm)

Height With Dust Collection Ports: 77.5″ (1968mm)

Height Without Dust Collection Ports: 71.5″ (1816mm)

Conveyor Height At Lowest Setting: 32″ (813mm)

Cabinet: Steel

Operating Air Pressure: 6 Bar

Sanding Belt Oscillation: Adjustable

Sanding Belt Motor Brake: Yes. Air Operated Disc Brake

CSA: Fully Certified

Net Weight: 1980 lbs

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