Internet #300831317

Model #690F

520-Watt Electric Drywall Sander Variable Speed with Adjustable Frame

  • Works with all electric and battery powered drill/driver brands
  • Grinds drywall and ceilings, clears floor residue and more
  • Sands areas too difficult for a traditional hand sander to reach
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Product Overview

This Heavy Duty Industrial Drywall Sander from Aleko is designed for grinding drywall, ceilings, walls of the inner and outer surfaces, clearing floor residues, paint coatings, adhesives and loose plaster. It helps sand larger and hard to reach areas that would be too cumbersome, time consuming and difficult to sand using a traditional hand sander. Use a vacuum cleaner with this model for an almost dust-free working environment. A strong grip handle and control knob for speed adjustment make it easy to use. An extension section will allow for a wider set of applications. When working the corners, the detachable brush housing segment can be removed to allow better access.
  • 690F drywall sander includes a blow case
  • Input power: 520-Watt 690F has no drive shaft, no power-loss
  • 2-point cutting blades
  • Precision CNC machined high-alloy steel
  • Black oxide finish
  • Heavy-duty single piece construction
  • 1/4 in. quick change, impact drill/driver compatible hex shank

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Product Depth (in.)
32 in
Product Height (in.)
10 in
Product Width (in.)
15 in


Amperage (amps)
5 A
Color Family
Cord Length (ft.)
Corded Tool Type
Finishing Sander
Cordless/ Corded
Dust collection type
No Additional Items Included
Pad description
6 Sanding discs included
Power Tool Features
Variable Speed
Product Weight (lb.)
25 lb
Speed (rpm)
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
110 volt
Wattage (watts)

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
Standard 1-year limited warranty

Questions & Answers


Do you have to have a vacuum connected for it to function

Asked by ScottS March 31, 2019

Yes, but dust free sanding requires an attached vacuum.

Can this be used to remove non-asbestos popcorn ceiling. Or better yet, is the sander designed t...

Asked by Locutions October 4, 2018

Yes. I did exactly that for multiple rooms in my own home. First check if the ceiling was primed prior to the popcorn application. Moderately soak an area with water and dish soap, give it a few minutes, then with a sheetrock blade, gently see if nearly all the popcorn just scraps off. If so, that is the easiest way. If not, then the machine is a life saver. Inn the former case, use the machine after the ceiling is stripped and fully dries. With a 180 or so grit, give yourself a smooth base. You probably will need to re-mud the ceiling joints and obvious areas. Once done, a 220 grit will give a nice smooth finish. If the ceiling was primed and nothing came of the wet scrape, then I used an 60-80 grit to get the popcorn off. It may take 20 minutes of an incredibly slow movement to clear a three foot square area. The surface material consistency will determine your pace. Then, another path of a mid-grit. You probably need to mud, multiple coats depending, then finish off with a 220 grit. You must attach the machine to a work shop vac with a hepa filter, wear full respirator, eye protection. I tapped clean the filter to re-use it. A single 8x10 room can require two filters snd up to 6 sanding discs of each grit, depending on lots of unknowns about your house and the materials used and their condition. Sheetrock dust will permeate a building, so seal off the room. This is a major renovation requiring correct equipment, lots of supplies, and potentially hours of work over your head. The machine is just one key component. This work can take days to weeks to complete, depending on the popcorn, your technique and user damage, and what's underneath that popcorn. Some people hire this out, others just put up another ceiling over the existing.

What vacuums work best with the e and f

Asked by MrDeville October 11, 2017

Hello What is the sander you are using ?

What are the differences between the 690E and 690F models, other than the F coming with a blow-mo...

Asked by Zosu December 16, 2016

Hello, The models are really similar and 690E is a newer version of 690F Thanks

what size sand paper disc does it use

Asked by midnight December 4, 2016

It is 9" sand paper disc.

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Response from Aleko SpecialistDecember 29, 2017
Hello, Thank you for contacting us We are sorry for the inconvenience, you can return it back or we can send you replacement Thank you ALekoProducts
Have used the Aleko for several years on numerous ceilings & walls. For moderate use, it's a grea...
Have used the Aleko for several years on numerous ceilings & walls. For moderate use, it's a great unit. You have to take some time to learn the amount of pressure to apply so you don't gouge the surface or go too lightly. Expect to make mistakes on your first few walls and ceilings. Used it for finish sanding (240 grit) and to grind off popcorn ceilings (80-100 grit). Had to use electrical tape to hook it up to my shop vac hose with an adapter, but once you figure out that connection it gets probably 90%+ of the sanding dust. I always wear a respirator and ear protection - with this running and your shop vac it gets loud - especially if you are working over your head. I'll take loud over soft as it works very well. If you think the suction isn't working too well, your shop vac filter is probably blocked. Have two filters and swap them out as you go. (On the same job, i just bang them clean in a dumpster to get 80% of the particles then reuse them.) Make sure you have enough sanding discs. Having hand/pole sanded before for years (and dealing with the dust), this thing has been a huge blessing. (The storage box is a huge plus.)
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Response from Aleko SpecialistSeptember 12, 2017
Thank you for the review. We are happy that you are loving our sanders ! Enjoy your day ! ALekoProducts
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