Powermatic 1632 Open End Belt Sander, 5HP, 1Ph, 230V (1/4HP, 1Ph Feed Motor)

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Powermatic 1632 Open End Belt Sander, 5HP, 1Ph, 230V (1/4HP, 1Ph Feed Motor)

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Powermatic 1632 Open End Belt Sander, 5HP, 1Ph, 230V (1/4HP, 1Ph Feed Motor)

  • The combination head promotes a more consistent finish
  • Pneumatic sanding belt tracking keeps belt centered
  • Conveniently mounted load meter maintains constant check during operation
  • Limiters will stop sander instantly if belt breakage occurs
  • Side access door for easy belt changes
  • Standard Equipment:
  • 5HP motor
  • Emergency rail stop
  • Emergency stop button
  • Dust collection port
  • 17" x 54" sanding belt


The 16" Open-End Sander has front mounted controls and a load meter, which maintains a constant check during operation. Metal-tipped safety limiters inside the machine will stop the sander immediately should belt breakage occur. The combination head means a more consistent finish, and pneumatic conveyor belt tracking keeps belts automatically centered.

Brand Powermatic
Part # 1791250
Warranty 1 Year
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