Same day shipping on 8" x 19" expandable drum floor sander abrasives for the EZ-8. We have the floor sander abrasives you need.
Harness the rugged power and sanding efficiency of our 8-inch by 19-inch silicon carbide floor sanding sanding belts. Engineered for durability and power, these belts feature a reinforced seam, and heavy duty resin cloth backing ensuring longer performance under rigorous conditions. Cloth backing is superior to paper backed abrasives as it lasts longer and holds up better if you happen to hit that sneaky hidden nail in the floor when sanding. Ideal for hardwood floor sanding and re-sanding, our silicon carbide grain delivers exceptional abrasion and consistent results. Make the job easier and get better results with our reliable, high-quality belts designed to deliver professional-grade sanding for contractors and DIY alike.
These belts fit the American Sanders EZ-8 drum sander expandable drum floor sander as well as the Clarke EZ-8 expandable drum floor sander found at most of your local rental stores. This size belt also fits the KT Scorpion. Buy 8" x 19" floor sanding belts and high top quality hardwood floor finishes from us and get free shipping!
Silicon carbide is especially great for sanding raw wood and removing old coatings. This product is highly recommended for initial sanding passes and low grits.
Wood floor sanding is often done in 3 stages or "cuts" : first cut, second cut and final cut. The lowest grits, 12 grit through 36 grit, are selected for the first cut where you have to take off layers of old wood floor finish. If you have new wood floors with no finish on them, you can usually start with 40 grit abrasives as your first cut. For second cut most contractors use 50 or 60 grit. For the final cut most contractors finish with 80 grit or 100 grit with 100 grit being the most common choice. 120 grit can be used for the final cut depending on the project but it is used least often. Stopping the sanding process at 100 grit is desireable if staining the wood floor as it leaves the wood grain open enough for good absorption or penetration of stain. For a natural wood floor, where you don't intend to stain, either 100 grit or 120 grit can be used for the final cut to achieve the smoothest result.
Sold in Boxes of 3, 5 and 10 depending on the grit. See each grit for box quantity. This belt (also known as a sandpaper sleeve) fits like a sleeve over the drum of a belt sander.
- Width: 8"
- Length: 19"
- Grain: Silicon Carbide
- Backing: Cloth
- 12 Grit (box of 3) Coarse grain
- 16 Grit (box of 3) Coarse grain
- 20 Grit (box of 5) Coarse grain
- 24 Grit (box of 5) Coarse grain
- 30 Grit (box of 5) Coarse grain
- 36 Grit (box of 5) Coarse grain
- 40 Grit (box of 5) Medium grain
- 50 Grit (box of 10) Medium grain
- 60 Grit (box of 10) Medium grain
- 80 Grit (box of 10) Fine grain
- 100 Grit (box of 10) Fine grain
- 120 Grit (box of 10) Fine grain
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California Proposition 65 - www.p65warnings.ca.gov
WARNING: Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and other construction activities contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Some examples of these chemicals are:
- lead from lead-based paints,
- crystalline silica from bricks and cement and other masonry products, and
- arsenic and chromium from chemically treated lumber.
Your risk from exposure to these chemicals varies, depending on how often you do this type of work. To reduce your exposure, work in a well-ventilated area and with approved safety equipment, such as dust masks that are specially designed to filter out microscopic particles.