Changing the sanding sheet (see figure C)

Remove dirt and dust from the sanding plate , e.g. with a brush, before attaching a new sanding sheet.

To ensure optimum dust extraction, make sure that the punched holes in the sanding sheet are aligned with the drilled holes in the sanding plate.

The sanding plate is fitted with a hook-and-loop fastening, allowing sanding sheets with a similar backing to be secured quickly and easily.

Tap the hook-and-loop fastening of the sanding plate before fitting the sanding sheet to facilitate maximum adhesion.

Position the sanding sheet (17) so that it is flush with one side of the sanding plate, then place the sanding sheet on the sanding plate and press it firmly down.

To remove the sanding sheet (17), take hold of it by an edge and pull it away from the sanding plate .

Sanding accessories such as fleece/polishing felt are attached to the sanding plate in the same way.

The power tool is equipped with 2 sanding sheets. Depending on their state of wear, these can also be changed individually.

  • Only use the power tool when both sanding sheets are fitted.
  • Only use sanding sheets with the same grit.

  • Only use the power tool when the sanding sheet is fitted.

Different sanding sheets are available, depending on the material you are working with and the required surface removal rate:



Can be used to work on all materials including wood, paint, filler, varnish, hard and softwood as well as chipboard and metal


For pre-sanding, e.g. of rough and uneven beams and boards



For surface sanding and levelling of slight irregularities


80, 120

For finishing and fine sanding of hard woods