The 125mm diameter disc and 3mm sanding stroke make the ETS EC 125 ideal for smaller workpieces, shapes and curves. Thanks to its compact and ergonomic design, with an overall height of only 120mm, it is a perfect one-hand sander for fatigue-free sanding, particularly overhead or vertical surfaces. Different grip positions permit perfect control of the machine on every surface. The superior finished surface is a result of the action, the sander does not leave swirl marks. Sanding can take place irrespective of the direction of the wood grain.
ETS 125 is light weight and internally balanced for smooth operation. The Vibration Control System means you don't get the constant vibration in your hands, which is the main cause of fatigue. The carefully positioned push button prevents accidental start-up and switch-off; protecting the user and the workpiece. When connected to a suction hose the ETS will only start with an activated extractor signal. The EC-TEC brushless motor ensures a long trouble free working life. The Tungsten carbide tipped sanding pad brake makes for safe, faultless work with no reworking costs.
|Corded or Cordless||Corded|
|Dust Extraction||27 mm Outlet|
|Model||ETS EC 125/3 EQ Plus|
|Motor Power||400 W|
|Nett Weight||1.2 kg|
|Orbit Diameter||3.0 mm|
|Pad Size||125 mm|
|Sound Power Level [Uncertainty K]||80 dB(A) [3.0 dB]|
|Sound Pressure Level [Uncertainty K]||69 dB(A) [3.0 dB]|
|Speed||6,000 - 10,000 rpm|
|Vibration Sanding [Uncertainty K]||4.8 m/s² [1.5 m/s²]|
27 May 2017
Stop whining and get serious...I need a good sander. Check. I need it to last. Check. I have had three Mirka (2xCeros & 1xDeros) all supplied by the outstanding Axminster guys. They were great for a while but just can't cut it on the strength of the motors. The Festool is in another bracket alltogether. It is the first Festool piece of kit I have bought and I am completely sold. I am a carpenter and traditionally use Makita for everything. Not anymore. Please people stop going on and on about the price, just get serious and buy Festool, I can't see how you would ever regret it.