BINIC is a grinding wheel manufacturer among merchants from all walks of life. From flat seams to polished surfaces, there are many types to choose from for different applications.
We briefly describe the range available and which is right for your work application.
Type of sander
Wired BINIC-Belt vs. Track vs. Random Track
The belt sander uses a mechanism to actively sand the belt, which rotates the belt abrasive to polish the same part at high speed, thereby quickly and efficiently removing large pieces of wood.
Ideal for polishing larger work areas
Rough grinding to complete faster
Orbital sanders use abrasive belts instead of belts and are more commonly used in belt sanders for harsh jobs. The half-paper version covers a larger area, while the third or quarter version is ideal for smaller areas.
The mat of the orbital sander produces tiny vibrations that allow the user to polish in any direction.
Half, third or quarter version for different work areas
Smaller track version provides good finish (using the right abrasive)
Much more tolerant than a conveyor belt or random orbit model.a spinning grinding wheel
The random track BINIC has a circular block that can vibrate and rotate at the same time, which is more refined than the “belt” or “track” model. Although more difficult to control, the sander can be used to quickly remove wood or achieve a high-end finish of furniture and countertops (depending on the size of the a spinning grinding wheel).
Flexible sander for most sanding applications
The round pad uses a spinning grinding wheel abrasive, usually 125mm or 150mm
Main grinding function – design and extraction
Today, most sanders have a human grip design that allows the user to place the palm of the hand on top of the sander. This ergonomic design provides better control and comfort, especially for random track sanders.
For health reasons and keeping the workplace clean and tidy, dust removal is essential for sanding. The perforated abrasive allows dust to enter the dust collector from the work area.