T41 200BS

Bandschleifer, 1200 W, 100 mm

Kraftvoller 1200-W-Motor (10 A) mit stufenloser Drehzahlregelung für schnellen Materialabtrag. 100 x 156 mm große Schleiffläche. Bandlaufjustierung sorgt für die genaue Ausrichtung des Schleifbands. Auslöseschalter mit Einschaltarretierung für Dauerbetrieb. Nach hinten gerichteter Absaugstutzen zum Anschluss eines Staubfangbeutels oder einer Staubabsauganlage. Schleifbandgröße 100 x 610 mm. Stationärhalterungen, Unterlage für die Werkbankmontage, Staubfangbeutel, Ersatz-Antriebsriemen und drei Schleifbänder (Körnungen: 80 (vormontiert), 100 und 120) im Lieferumfang enthalten. Gewicht: 6 kg.

Produktmerkmale

Kraftvoller 1200-W-Motor ermöglicht schnellen Materialabtrag
Stufenlose Drehzahlregelung erhöht die Vielseitigkeit zur Bearbeitung unterschiedlichster Werkstücke
Nach hinten gerichteter Absaugstutzen zum Anschluss des Staubfangbeutels oder einer Staubabsauganlage
Bandlaufjustierung sorgt für die genaue Ausrichtung des Schleifbands
Gummierte Grifffläche verbessert den Halt und erhöht die Sicherheit und Gerätekontrolle
Einschaltarretierung für mehr Benutzerfreundlichkeit bei Dauerbetrieb
Große Schleiffläche für schnellen Arbeitsfortschritt bei großen Werkstücken
Leicht zugängliche Kohlebürsten ermöglichen den Wechsel abgenutzter Kohlebürsten

Technische Daten

Staubabsaugung Vorhanden
Ausführung Kunststoff
Leerlaufdrehzahl 200–400 m/Min.
Leistung 1200 W
Höhe 181 mm
Länge 410 mm
Gewicht 6 kg
Breite 181 mm
Invertierter Betrieb Ja
Drehzahlregelung Vorhanden
Lieferumfang - 01 1 Bandschleifer
Lieferumfang - 02 1 Schleifband, 80er-Körnung (ab Werk vormontiert)
Lieferumfang - 03 1 Schleifband, 100er-Körnung
Lieferumfang - 04 1 Schleifband, 120er-Körnung
Lieferumfang - 05 1 Staubfangbeutel
Lieferumfang - 06 2 Stationärhalterungen
Lieferumfang - 07 1 Werkbankunterlage
Lieferumfang - 08 1 Ersatzantriebsriemen
Lieferumfang - 09 Bedienungsanleitung
Lieferumfang - 10 Bedienungsanleitung
Schleifsteingeschwindigkeit 2.550 min-1

Standardzubehör

3 Schleifbänder
Staubfangbeutel
2 Klemmen
Schleifpapier
GB-Adapter

Gebrauchsanweisungen


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16 Review(s)
I've owned this tool for a few months and ever since day one the tracking system was awful. I'd have to wait 10 minutes for it to warm up before using it or else the second I made contact would throw the belt an inch in either direction. This was extremely annoying especially bc I bought this tool specifically because it had less safety switches, therefore making it faster for my business. Instead I'm standing in my garage holding it for an absolute minimum of 5 minutes trying to get it to stabilize before using. To make matters worse, I went to use it this morning and it literally blew up in my hand. I pulled the trigger and it flashed so bright I saw spots and it just popped. Now it won't start at all. I'm assuming and hoping I just got a "lemon", but I'm still very disappointed in this tools performance. I didn't register it for the three year guarantee (which was my own fault) because I assumed it was a quality tool. And generally speaking, I burn through my tools quite quickly because of the hard and prolonged use I put into them, so I just buy new ones because it's quicker and easier then going through all the warranty gibberish. However I am quite upset with myself for not registering, especially bc of the heavy price tag on it too. Save yourself some trouble and buy a Makita, or take your chances on this(but make sure you register). Zero stars

Severely Disappointing Kurt Rinamon - 17.05.2019

I've used this belt sander for about a month now and I love it! I especially like using it as a stationary belt sander. Can't beat two tools in one. I've used it to shape parts for furniture, sand edging flush for plywood, and smooth out a live edge slab after epoxying. The belt tensioner is nice and tight. The belt tracking adjusts well. The speed adjuster has a good range. The dust bag works as well as any dust bag. And it is nice and heavy so there's no need to put any weight on it for it to do it's thing. That helps cut down on the work time and fatigue. I've used it for 15+ minutes straight multiple times, with no problems. I have a feeling this will last a long time. It is a beast!

Nice and Solid Tool Kyle Krieger - 24.04.2019

Une machine puissante et adaptable (en position renversée). Produit de qualite beneficiant meme d’une courroie de remplacement !! J’ai longuement utilisé un produit haut de gamme (encore sur le marché, de marque MAKI...) : ce produit TRITON n’a vraiment pas a rougir !! Produit largement équivalent a mes yeux. Petits inconvénients : son poids (mais on peut guère acoir une machine puissante et robuste, sans un poids associé aux materiaux) et sa « puissance sonore » : je vojs conseille de suivre les indications de la notice en portant un casque anti-bruits !).

Excellent produit Chris - 18.11.2018

I bought my Triton belt sander after much research and after being still delighted with my Triton Router and it's purpose made table after several years of use. My research was worthwhile. This belt sander requires little effort to achieve a flat, (no side grooves), sanded surface in no time. The dust collecting bag works, (not many from other tools do), though, of course, a vacuum is better but then both are options with this machine. I was also surprised how long the Triton belts last when compared with cheaper ones. All told, this is a great machine!

No pressure - but the job gets done Neville - 06.11.2018

Great Sander

Sander Joel Brady - 06.11.2018

Great product, Arrived very promptly, very well packaged and works like a dream and a really great price compared to other products.

Triton belt sander. Martin Rojahn - 01.11.2018

I've had very good experience using the belt sander on my projects. It has plenty of power, and makes my work easier when I need to take a little off.

1200w Belt Sander Michael Duffy - 23.10.2018

With several years experience of using my first Triton tool, a router and table,I researched and found the specification of the is sander to be just what I wanted and knew, from experience, that it would be a hardworking and durable tool. In the event it exceeded my expectations in all respects being a great hand held wide base belt sander that is hard to dig in and therefore it produces a continuously flat surface but also being easily transformed into a powerful bench sander for those tricky small sanding jobs. Its dust bag works, (which means it fills quickly and needs regular emptying), though you should still wear dust protection when sanding with this excellent addition to any serious user's tool kit.

A real workhorse to take the strain of sanding to a flat finish Neville - 23.10.2018

Our company does a lot of large beam work and large 4X24 planer is ideal and works great for us. Joel Brady Bros. Carpentry Barrington, IL

Beam work Joel Brady - 23.10.2018

I use a belt sander a lot in my working with large live edge tabletops. I have used a number of different brands including Porter Cable,bosch, Makita, and now I have a Triton. All of these are 4x24 sanders. They get used very hard. The Bosch model worked well but they are discontinued and parts are hard to find. The porter cable I used got very hot in a short time. The Makita sander is very hard to get a smooth surface, It leaves gouges and dips that are not acceptable! The Triton has the correct balance to it that it leaves a very even surface,equal or better than the Bosch. I used it very hard already and it stayed cool like a tool should. I am very pleased with it. The only reason I didn't rate it 5 stars was the dust extraction bags seems to be a bit lacking in getting the dust all in the bag. Even with hooking up a vacuum to it I still have more dust left on the workpc than I my Bosch did. But I can easily with that and am glad to have another triton tool I can depend on! *Lone Pine Specialties*

A good sander Titus H Lambright - 18.06.2018

In late March of this year (2018), I bought Triton’s newest belt sander, Model T41200 BS. It has the larger sanding footprint, 4” x 24”. For many years, I have used my older AEG 3” x 21” belt sander, which Festool continues to produce (and sell, but only in Europe with 220 V) after they bought AEG tool division. My daughter and I build large wood dining room tables in the “rustic modern” style. This is all background because the reason I bought and love this belt sander is that most of the clients want their table built from reclaimed wood – typically from century-old barns or roof trusses from disassembled factories. This lumber is rough. And it is hard. And it is not always straight. We run the lumber though a 15” planer, but after the boards are glued together they require a lot of sanding. Most of the boards are very hard oak from virgin forests. This Triton sander is fantastic for this work – removing lots of wood to make the top of the table perfectly smooth. It is powerful enough to handle the load of using a course grit on hardwood. It is stable and easy to grip with both hands effectively so that you don’t inadvertently let a corner slip and make a gouge in the wood. It is also heavy enough so that you do not have to put much extra weight on the sander with your arms – simply let its own weight do the work. On the other end of the scale, I also use the sander with 180- and 220-grit paper and the sanding leaves the table top perfectly smooth. What a treat. I definitely recommend this sander to anyone, especially those with the requirements of heavy sanding.

A GREAT Sander William Reidy - 04.05.2018

In late March of this year (2018), I bought Ridgid’s newest belt sander, Model T41200 BS. It has the larger sanding footprint, 4” x 24”. For many years, I have used my older AEG 3” x 21” belt sander, which Festool continues to produce (and sell, but only in Europe with 220 V) after they bought AEG tool division. My daughter and I build large wood dining room tables in the “rustic modern” style. This is all background because the reason I bought and love this belt sander is that most of the clients want their table built from reclaimed wood – typically from century-old barns or roof trusses from disassembled factories. This lumber is rough. And it is hard. And it is not always straight. We run the lumber though a 15” planer, but after the boards are glued together they require a lot of sanding. Most of the boards are very hard oak from virgin forests. This Ridgid sander is fantastic for this work – removing lots of wood to make the top of the table perfectly smooth. It is powerful enough to handle the load of using a course grit on hardwood. It is stable and easy to grip with both hands effectively so that you don’t inadvertently let a corner slip and make a gouge in the wood. It is also heavy enough so that you do not have to put much extra weight on the sander with your arms – simply let its own weight do the work. On the other end of the scale, I also use the sander with 180- and 220-grit paper and the sanding leaves the table top perfectly smooth. What a treat. I definitely recommend this sander to anyone, especially those with the requirements of heavy sanding.

A Great New Belt Sander William Reidy - 22.04.2018

Très bonne qualité

Super Heustache christian - 19.03.2018

Très content de mon achat J ai poncé toute une journée. Aucun problème. Je recommande

Bon matériel comme d'habitude Heustache christian - 05.03.2018

very good Belt sander. I have just buy another Triton tool today

Malermester Thomas Sørensen - 24.11.2017

Since it's my first time using a Belt Sander I am unable to compare to other Belt Sanders. Easy to use and control. I really like I can adjust the speed. It's cheap compared to other Sanders, which was the reason to choose this one. The plastic housing seem solid enough and weight wise its well balanced.

First Time Owner and User Kim A. Hansen - 15.08.2017