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3M™ Elite Mini Orbital Sander, 28737, grey, 1 1/4 in (31.8 mm)

3M ID 7100025315UPC 00051141287379
  • Lightweight aluminum body delivers improved balance, reducing vibration and cracked housings
  • Strengthened vanes and an improved skirt attachment system add durability
  • 3M™ Gripping Material cover adds comfort and usability
  • 3M™ Roloc™ Attachment makes disc pad attachment and removal fast and easy
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Specifications
Airflow Rate (metric)
651 L/min
Applications
Defect Repair/Leveling
Brand
3M™
Industries
AOEM, Paint Preparation
Maximum Speed
8000 rpm
Motor HP (W)
0.48 (357)
Net Weight (Metric)
0.8 kg
Orbit Diameter
1.25 in
Pad Included
Roloc™ Pad 02345 w/Stikit™ Face
Power Source
Pneumatic
Product Type
Orbital Sander
Details
  • Lightweight aluminum body delivers improved balance, reducing vibration and cracked housings
  • Strengthened vanes and an improved skirt attachment system add durability
  • 3M™ Gripping Material cover adds comfort and usability
  • 3M™ Roloc™ Attachment makes disc pad attachment and removal fast and easy

The 3M™ Elite Mini Orbital Sander packs the performance of air-powered orbital hand sanders into a small tool that’s ideal for sanding small defects in painted surfaces. Added features for durability, comfort, and control, plus twist-on, twist-off 3M™ Roloc™ Disc Attachment, give this mini sander big benefits – you can sand small areas instead of entire panels, saving time and cost.

Strong, light, and easy to use, the 3M™ Elite Series Mini Orbital Sander is an air-powered hand sanding tool that's ideal for repairing small defects in small painted areas. Its 1 1/4 in (3.18 cm) diameter backup pad and 1/8 in (0.32 cm) orbit uses smaller abrasive discs and allows you to sand in very specific or hard-to-reach areas, allowing you to remove nibs and other defects without sanding the entire panel— a process that can become inefficient in environments such as collision repair shops, where panels can be quite large and require extra abrasives, compounds, and polishes.

Suggested Applications

  • Repairing small defects in small painted areas
  • Remove nibs and other defects without sanding the entire panel