SurfPrep Air Sanders

SurfPrep’s Trident Air Sanders are designed with a durable composite body. They are lightweight with a compact, recessed throttle lever. It is ergonomically balanced for added comfort and control for the operator. Its cutting edge ‘cooling fan’ creates air flow around the counter balance spindle bearing which enhances the life of the tool. The Trident motor assembly is constructed of hardened steel for the cylinder and both end plates. A 360° swivel exhaust grate allows operator to redirect air flow. This new design no longer has an external cap/filter to lose or damage. The tool also has a redesigned, low-profile speed control. You will need a minimum 80 gallon air compressor to run air sanders properly.

  • 3/16 orbit is more aggressive and cuts faster. The larger orbit can leave a more noticeable scratch. 3/16 is better for sealer sanding with sponges.
  • 3/32 orbit is less aggressive so it is better for a final pass on raw wood to minimize scratch and swirls. It is better for sealer sanding with film or paper.

SurfPrep air sanders are power devices used to smooth surfaces prior to a paint application. When compared to SurfPrep’s line of electric sanders, air sanders are fabricated with air compressors that generate power.

Generally speaking, air sanders are smaller in size, lighter, and more compact than electric sanders. Other than cosmetic differences, it’s important to understand the functionality differences between the two when deciding which to invest in.

  • There’s no motor in air sanders.
  • Air sanders can be more powerful than electric.
  • Air sanders are common in the auto-body repair industry.
  • Electric sanders are common in woodworking.

As a SurfPrep distributor, we supply the entire line of SurfPrep air sanders here at Total Finishing Supplies. Place an online order today to see the SurfPrep difference for yourself.

Surfprep Abrasives

SurfPrep is designed for professionals by professionals. SurfPrep has a broad offering of abrasives including foam, film, screen, paper, nonwoven, belt and hand sanding abrasives. SurfPrep also manufactures tools and accessories including sanders, inspection lights, vacuums, backup pads, pad savers, air hoses, and much more.

SurfPrep's revolutionary foam abrasives typically eliminate 50% - 70% of hand sanding saving you valuable time. SurfPrep's electric sanders have

At Total Finishing Supplies, we have multiple forms of SurfPrep abrasives available and ready to be shipped directly to you!

For an informational guide about SurfPrep abrasives, continue scrolling. You’ll see that the guide classifies by description, grit, finish/scratch, and purpose so that you have the knowledge you need to make an informed decision about which abrasive is best for you. As always, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at any time. We take pride in our exceptional customer service team and are always willing to accommodate your needs. 

At Total Finishing Supplies, we have exactly what you need to complete your SurfPrep sanding system whether you need to remove, prepare, or finish a surface. 

 

SurfPrep air sanders are power devices used to smooth surfaces prior to a paint application. When compared to SurfPrep’s line of electric sanders, air sanders are fabricated with air compressors that generate power.

Generally speaking, air sanders are smaller in size, lighter, and more compact than electric sanders. Other than cosmetic differences, it’s important to understand the functionality differences between the two when deciding which to invest in. 

  • There’s no motor in air sanders
  • Air sanders can be more powerful than electric 
  • Air sanders are common in the auto-body repair industry 
  • Electric sanders are common in woodworking

As a SurfPrep distributor, we supply the entire line of SurfPrep air sanders here at Total Finishing Supplies. Place an online order today to see the SurfPrep difference for yourself.


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