Grizzly G0571 - 37" Wide-Belt Sander, Single-Phase
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We sell more wide-belt sanders than just about any company in the USA! Filling in the gap between the popular 25" and 43" wide-belt sanders, our 37" Wide-Belt Sanders offer professional sanding results, unmatched accuracy, and unbeatable value. State-of-the-art digital controls, a micro-adjustable graphite/felt platen and three super efficient dust collection ports are just a few features that make these sanders a joy to use. If you are looking for the best that money can buy, Grizzly Wide-Belt Sanders have been designed and priced just for you! CSA certified meeting CSA C22.2 #105-1953 and UL 987-7th standards.
- Built in air filter/lubricator
- Independent motor control
- Pneumatic belt tracking and tensioning
- Amp meter for load measurement
- Safety shut-off bar
- Digital readout and control panel
- (3) 4" dust ports
- Steel cabinet
- Rubber infeed drum
- Steel outfeed drum
- Rubber pressure drums
- Micro-adjustable graphite/felt platen
- Type: Platen
- Sanding motor HP: 10 HP
- Sanding motor voltage: 230V
- Sanding motor phase: single-phase
- Sanding motor amps: 50A
- Conveyor motor HP: 1 HP
- Conveyor motor amps: 7A
- Table lift motor HP: 1/3 HP
- Table lift motor amps: 3.6A
- Footprint: 19" x 51-1/2"
- Maximum board width: 36-1/2
- Maximum board thickness: 6"
- Minimum board length: 14"
- Minimum board thickness: 1/8"
- Front drum surface speed: 2600 FPM
- Conveyor speed: 15–49 FPM
- Air requirement: 57 – 75 PSI, 7 CFM
- Sanding belt size: 37" W x 60"
- Overall width: 53"
- Overall height: 69-1/2"
- Overall depth: 49-1/2"
- Approx. shipping weight: 1818 lbs.
1 Customer Review (5 out of 5 stars): Sign in to write a review
I bought this sander in August 2015. I wanted single phase so I didn't have the expense of a phase converter. This machine does everything I expect it to do. I have ran 60, 80, 100, 150 and 180 grit belts and all worked great. I use the platen on 150 and 180. The power elevation table is great. For those who say a wide belt has to be three phase, they haven't ran one of these! The table and sanding drums were dead on accurate right out of the crate.
Get a good dust collector, you'll need it.
I did make one modification. The access doors come with a key to operate the latch. I turned the outside handle 180 degrees so it is toward the top. The key hangs on the handle for easy access to change belts.