Beltit Powerfile Arms

Inter-Changeable Arms for the Beltit BF & SH Powerfile Machines

Beltit powerfile machine arms are available for two different Beltit machines

Beltit SH: As well as having inter-changeable arms the SH machine also has variable speed control unit and for identification purposes it is made with a black motor body casing. 

Beltit BF: The Beltit BF machine has a green motor body and operates with a fixed speed motor.

Instructions for using the filter search below:

  1. Select the machine type (Beltit SH or Beltit BF)
  2. Select the belt length you require (we have arms for belts 457mm, 533mm and 610mm in length available from stock)
  3. Select the belt width you wish to operate with.
Beltit Powerfile Arms

Beltit Powerfile Arms FAQs

  • How do I know if my Beltit arm is for an SH or BF machine

    Beltit SH arms:

    • Have two locating pins situated 30mm from the bottom end of the arm
    • And have a part number scribed or stamped on the side of the arm

     

    Beltit BT arms:

    • Have a flat foot on the base of the arm which sticks out at 90 degrees to the rotation of the contact wheel
    • Beltit BF arms will also fit onto Dynafile machines
  • Can I replace the contact wheel on my Beltit arm?

    On the Beltit SH arms the contact wheels and pins are fully replaceable.  Please email us with details of the arm specification (written on the side of the contact arm) and we can pricing and availability 

  • How do I know which Beltit arm to choose for my job?

    Beltit powerfiles are most commonly for three different applications:

    • Working with the belt against the contact wheel when grinding or polishing into a corner
      • e.g.  Beltit arm 50081RB for grinding tig welds in a corner
    • On a side platten if wishing to grind a surface down flat
      • e.g.  Beltit arm 50091B for grinding an edge flat
    • On the slack of the belt for blending curved surfaces and tubes
      • e.g.  Beltit arm 50051BOB   often called the Banana arm (for obvious reasons)

    Fundamentally it is down to the operator to select an arm which will suit your specific application and at this point the arm choice will almost certainly choose itself.