With this closure system, the belt can also be tensioned against the running direction. If the belt becomes clogged in one running direction, it is possible to turn it around.
- Levelling old, warped floorboards and newly laid flooring
- Sanding old parquet floors
- Sanding and finish sanding newly laid parquet floors
- Sanding cork floors
Sanding steps in floor processing
Levelling of the laid wooden floor normally occurs in the first sanding stages. Here, the floor is pre-treated with a relatively coarse-grain abrasive and sanded flat to a large extent.
Caution: Unevenness in the sub-floor can only partially be remedied by sanding down.
2. Mid-range sanding
The mid-range sanding leads to refinement of the surface. The more precise the co-ordination of the sanding stages and the finer the sanding, the more attractive the surface will be. Parts of the floor must be plugged up after mid-range sanding.
3. Fine sanding
Before the floor is treated with waxes, glazes or sealants, the last stage of sanding, fine sanding, takes place.
In general, the following applies: The more precise the co-ordination of the sanding stages and the finer the sanding, the better the surface will be.
In general, there are no rules governing the sanding of wooden floors which provide detailed information on which grains must be used for sanding. It always depends on the floor in each individual case.
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