Beltit Powerfiles - Pneumatic
Beltit Pneumatic production powerfile machines:
SH Range: Powerful motor. Wide range of individual arm options. Designed for the professional stainless steel fabricator.
BF Range: Medium duty motor. Range of interchangeable arms. Recommended for general deburring and use around the workshop.
BG Range: General duty motor and a fixed arm. Supplied in three arm sizes. Recommended for general fabrication work where complex profiles need to be ground or finished
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Beltit Powerfiles - Pneumatic FAQs
Is it possible to vary the speed on an air sander / file?
Better quality air tools such as the Beltit belt files have an air regulator which gives some speed control however, please be aware that belt files need a good volume air feed to work with full torque so you cannot drop it too far. If thier air pressure drops too low the air file will stall on the workpiece.
How long does it take to change the arms on a belt file?
Remove the cover guard and take the belt off, loosen the locking nut holding the arm, put the new arm in place and then reverse the process. Done.
Will I need to track the belts?
When changing an arm on a belt file you may need to do a simple tracking process. Adjust the tracking wheel at the base of the arm, whilst the machine is turned off move the belt by hand to see if it ‘runs true’, if it moves along the contact wheel to the left or right then make a quarter turn adjustment and check again. Tracking is rarely needed once the machine is up and running.