Introducing the 4 in. x 24 in. (100 mm x 610 mm) 120 Grit Aluminum Oxide Sanding Belt by POWERTEC. This premium pack was designed to provide you with a cost effective set of long lasting and high performance sanding belts. Made with open coat Aluminum Oxide (A/O) grain, they act as a multi-purpose tool best used for wood sanding, shaping, stripping and giving a smooth finish to many of your woodworking applications. Additionally, these belts work exceptionally well with lite and non-ferrous metals, blending welds, fiberglass, plastic, and rubber. Each belt flaunts an X-weight clothed backing, and possesses a strong resin on resin bond with well crafted seams for long lasting results.
USAGE: Works with an assortment of belt sanding machines and applications - providing a heavy duty stripping and sanding tool for wood, aluminum, fiberglass, rubber, plastic and non-ferrous metals
PREMIUM GRADE: Made with our superior X-Weight clothed backing, an open coat Aluminum Oxide grain, and an impressive resin on resin bond that ensures long lasting performance
CRAFTSMANSHIP: These 4"x24" sanding belts feature a heat and moisture resistant material, and were designed with expertly crafted seams that won't break under pressure
GRITTY: Available in a wide range of uniformed grit - 40/ 60/ 80 / 100/ 120/ 150/ 180/ 240/ 320/ 400 Grit
The belts started to come apart within minutes of use....
The belts started to come apart within minutes of use. I was lucky to get 7 square feet of the floor sanded per belt using the 60 grit. The belts cut nicely but came apart very quickly. I would not waste my money to buy these again.
Apr 13, 2021
These are junk.!
These fall apart within 4 - 5 minutes of normal flat board use.
Jun 26, 2020
Fails quicker than 60-grit
Not sure if I got "old stock" but these belts are failing at the taped seams with only about 10 minutes of use on a Bosch sander set at medium speed with light/no pressure. I bought both the 60 and 120 grit at the same time about a month ago and have already gone through 4 of the 60-grit and 5 of the 120-grit on probably a total of 100-120 square board-feet of flat elm and maple. I am getting slightly longer service on the 60 than the 120 (thus a 3-star for the 60 and only 2-star for the 120 grit). I bought these hoping that they would last longer than the "budget" belts at HF but that ended up not being the case. In the past, I had premium belts that lasted 5x the time before I replaced them (usually because the grit wore down). The only benefit of these belts is that the grit is much better than some of the cheaper belts. When they work, they work well. The grit is almost like-new at the time they break. Once they break, I just cut them up and use on my orbital sander.
Apr 21, 2020
Mar 6, 2020
These sanding belts do a satisfactory job, I would purchase...
These sanding belts do a satisfactory job, I would purchase again