Advice on the use of sand paper
· Coarse sand paper:
is recommended for the quick removal of paint, varnish and rust.
· Medium sand paper:
is most suitable for the ordinary removal of paint, varnish and rust.
· Fine sand paper:
for smoothing surface coatings and finishing work.
Fitting the sanding sheets
Caution! Before starting any work on the palm detail sander, make sure that the tool is switched off
and the mains plug is out of the socket.
1. Hold the palm detail sander with the backing plate
upwards, refer to Fig. C.
2. Fit the sanding sheet exactly over the backing plate.
3. Make sure that the holes in the sanding sheet coincide with the holes in the backing plate.
When the sanding sheet becomes worn, simply remove it from the backing plate and fit a new one
as described above.
Attaching a suction device
Caution! Before starting any work on the palm detail sander, make sure that the tool is switched
off and the mains plug is out of the socket.
The palm detail sander is supplied with a dust extraction adapter. When sanding wood a suitable
suction device designed for that purpose should be attached to the dust extraction adapter .
1. Attach the dust extraction adapter
to the adapter port
at the back of the sander.
2. Connect the hose of the suitable suction device to the adapter .
Preparing the sander for use
The mains voltage at the mains socket must match that shown on the rating plate on the tool.
Tools marked with 230 V can also be operated at 220 V.
Caution! When using the tool, never allow the ventilation slots to be covered.
Hold the sander as shown in figure A.
Ensure that the backing plate
lies flat on the workpiece.
The palm detail sander PMS 130 has a backing plate
that can rotate through 360 degrees.
This allows you to maintain the best grip on the tool even when working on difficult to access areas.
Work in such a way that creates as little dust as possible.