25m Cloth Backed 76mm Abrasive Roll for Axminster ST-480, ST-635 and  Jet 10-20, 16-32 & 22-44 Sanders
25m Cloth Backed 76mm Abrasive Roll for Axminster ST-480, ST-635 and Jet 10-20, 16-32 & 22-44 Sanders
£73.21 (£61.01 Ex. VAT)

25m Cloth Backed 76mm Abrasive Roll for Axminster ST-480, ST-635 and Jet 10-20, 16-32 & 22-44 Sanders

  • 76mm wide Hermes RB 346 J Flex cloth backed abrasive
  • For the JET 10-20,16-32 & 22-44 single drum sanders
  • Also fits Axminster 560 Junior
  • Long lasting and highly durable
£73.21 (£61.01 Ex. VAT)

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Hermes RB 346 J Flex Cloth Backed Abrasive for the JET 10-20, 16-32 and 22-44 single drum sanders. Also fits Axminster 560 Junior. 76mm wide. Long lasting and highly durable.



Abrasive Type RB 346 J FLEX
Abrasive Material Aluminium Oxide
Abrasive Roll Length 25m
Abrasive Roll Width 76mm
Abrasive Backing Cloth
Reviews (10)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 2.7 out of 5 based on 10 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



18 May 2017


In comparison to the stock material the performance and scope of the machine is works with is greatly diminished.

I have spent the day attempting to take off taking off roughly 0.6-0.8mm off a batch of 70mm wide spruce strips, simply cleaning up the sides immediately coming off the bandsaw, and have had to re-cut 5 separate lengths of the paper after they repeatedly tear and blow out on what would be moderate to low intensity usage and easy work for the paper supplied with the drum sander. Even when checking after each pass and retightening after any sign of misalignment or stretching, the sides would fray within 30mins work and soon after blow out completely, a joke.

Steve Hill

1 July 2016

Really just a so-so product, at a premium price

I hae a JET 22-44 oscillating drum sander and was very disappointed at the short life of this stuff and how quickly it started to leave zig-zag marks on the wood. I ended up finishing everything with my Makita orbital sander... which cost about 10% of what my drum sander cost.


28 February 2016

Please read this before buying!

There is an easy and very cheap way for getting abrasive loadings for your drum sander. I've got a Jet 22-44 Plus model, but this will work with all other size and brand of drum sander. I use standard and very cheap(less than £1 a meter) 115mm wide heavy gauge cloth backed abrasive roll. It took me 30 minutes to figure out the taper and length and since then I change my loadings very frequently as not worried about the high cost any more. For full instructions with photos please check out my FB - wood and metal design. Go to Photos, Albums and then choose Workshop - useful tips. Hope this will help you save a bit of money for some of the other Axminster products which you have on you list.


24 September 2015

Poor quality in relation to Jet loading

The backing is to thin and brakes up if you feed timber at full speed. \Jet loading included with machine had no problems. Please stock original jet loadings.

Phylip Henry Rees

19 September 2014

OK but could be better

The sandpaper is OK and once you come to terms with the limitation of the Jet sander, you should have a reasonable life out of the sandpaper. Just remember it is for finishing and I only use it for the first phase in that process. However, now and again, I still have the occasional new strip of sandpaper break having had little use as the paper in not very strong, and when it breaks it is rather annoying and expensive. To reduce the risk of this happening, I now strengthen the cut end of the sandpaper by gluing about 9" of old cloth onto the back of the paper and it immensely increases the life of the paper.

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