Chicago Pneumatic CP7202 Pistol Sander

RRP: £138.18

£93.25 +VAT

The Chicago Pneumatic CP7202 Pistol Sander is a popular tool for use with roloc discs, and ideal for light use on small spot repairs and general maintenance. Supplied with a 3? roloc pad, it can however also be used with our 2? backing pad for 50mm discs. For an industrial grade tool see the Dynabrade 48541 2? Disc Sander or Dynabrade 48531 3? Disc Sander. Use with our new ?Nitro? and ?Turbo? ranges of high-quality roloc discs for any application!

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Description

Product Description of the Chicago Pneumatic CP7202 Pistol Sander

General maintenance pistol sander, Compact & lightweight, Maximized operator control and improved ergonomics lowers fatigue, Job done faster and easier, Excellent for small area repair, Mini pistol disc sander with 3" (75 mm) Roloc pad, Rubber molded pistol grip, Adjustable power regulator, 2-fingered throttle, Handle exhaust.
HP

0.2

Max. RPM

15000

Vibration Level

3.1

Model Number

CP7202

Product Size

Vacuum Type

Non-Vacuum

Rubber molded pistol grip
Adjustable power regulator
2-fingered throttle
Handle exhaust
General maintenance pistol sander
Compact & lightweight
Maximized operator control and improved ergonomics lowers fatigue
Job done faster and easier
Excellent for small area repair
The sander is supplied with a roloc-type backing pad (also known as ‘TR’, ‘SL2’, ‘siafix’, ‘speedlok’, locking-type or quick-release) which enables the use of our diverse range of high-quality roloc discs. These include Turbo Zirconia or the high-performance Nitro Fast-Cut Ceramic for working on mild/carbon steel, cast iron and nickel or titanium alloys.
For working on stainless steel or titanium we also offer a number of materials with a cooling topsize, which minimises the heat generated by the disc when grinding and therefore reduces burning or discoloration of the workpiece. These include the heavy-duty Green Nitro Zirconia, as well as our popular Green Nitro Ceramic, and for very high-performance requirements we also have the Red Nitro Ceramic. For working on softer metals such as aluminium the White Nitro Ceramic would offer the best performance, with a stearate coating that reduces clogging/loading and maximises the life of the disc.
For applications which require a higher level of finish or scratch pattern (and little to no stock removal) we have available the Turbo Surface Conditioning Discs (also in Nitro for more heavy-duty jobs) which are often known as “scotchbrite”, and for rust or paint removal we would suggest the Turbo-Strip

Additional information

HP

0.2

Max. RPM

15000

Vibration Level

3.1

Model Number

CP7202

Product Size

Vacuum Type

Non-Vacuum