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Belt Sanding

Belt sander.

Sanding With Wide and Narrow Belts

When sanding with a belt, many things must be considered to get the best result and the highest possible efficiency. The choice of sanding material, for example, is critical, but other factors such as adjustment of sanding unit, sanding speed selection, and handling are also essential. When you choose a belt from Mirka, you can be confident that you will get the most efficient sanding results without compromising the quality.


Choose the right belt for your surface

Mirka Belt Range

Choosing the appropriate sanding belt can be a challenge. You want to make sure to have the optimal abrasive for your sanding application and surface, otherwise you can damage both the surface and your belt sander.

Here you can learn more about what kind of we belt we recommend for your surface.

Learn more about what belt we recommend for different surfaces and applications

Choose the right belt to make more

Increase Profit

Overall sanding costs can be minimized simply by choosing the most suitable
product for each sanding operation. That means:

  • Choosing the right type of grit and coating
  • Using the optimal grit sequence
  • Avoid sanding with finer grits than necessary

Optimizing belt life with the right application

Sand Longer

The lifespan of the belt can be further increased by ensuring that the sanding
equipment is correct and used properly:

  • Choose the right type of sanding unit for each sanding operation
  • Adjust the sanding machine correctly
  • Ensure the machine is properly maintained
  • Check that the dust extraction is adequate

Recommended grit size use

Grit Size and Sequence

Wood sufaces.

In general, the first sanding belt is used for stock removal, while the following
belts are only used for creating an even surface finish.

Grit size Use
P24-P80  Coarse sanding, calibration
P100-P220 Sanding before coating
P220-P500 Intermediate sanding
P600-P1200 Pre-polishing sanding