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JET 649004K 22X44 Plus Drum 22-by-1-3/4-Inch Sander with Open Stand 115-Volt 1-Phase

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  • SandSmart conveyor control for load control
  • 4-inch dust port for easy collection
  • 1-3/4 horsepower motor for fast removal of stock
  • Precision-flattened reinforced steel conveyor bed for smooth feeds
  • Minimal assembly required for easy setup
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 649004K
Item Weight296 pounds
Product Dimensions30 x 25 x 35 inches
Item model number649004K
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage115 volts
Horsepower1.75 HP
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsstand
  
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Additional Information
ASINB00020BNAY
Best Sellers Rank #304,210 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight209 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
Date First AvailableMarch 30, 2004
  
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Product Description

Product Description

649004K Dimensions: -Overall Height - Top to Bottom:35 -Overall Width - Side to Side:25 -Overall Depth - Front to Back:30 -Overall Product Weight:296

From the Manufacturer

The Performax Plus Drum Sander Features an exclusive SandSmart controlled, infinite variable feed rate from 0 to 10 feet per minute for superior finishes with no overloading. Patented, abrasive take-up fasteners mean quick paper changes while a TEFC motor prevents dust infiltration. A continuous-duty design allows heavier use for longer periods. A precision-flattened, reinforced steel conveyor bed with a no-give power feed conveyor belt offers consistently smooth feeds. The drum height and downward pressure are adjustable to eliminate snipe. The Mini sander also Features a self-cooling, machine-balanced, 5-inch by 10-inch extruded aluminum drum with zinc-plated steel tension rollers mounted next to it. An easy-to-use cast iron, height adjustment, hand wheel allows both radical height changes and minute adjustments to 1/16-inch for precise stock removal. A safety power switch with overload protection on the front of the base protects the operator from accidental starts. Operating at 1,700 RPM, the drum also Features a sealed ball bearing for permanent lubrication and smoother sanding.

FEATURES

  • SandSmart conveyor control for load control
  • 4" dust port for easy collection
  • 1 3/4hp motor for fast removal of stock
  • Precision-flattened reinforced steel conveyor bed for smooth feeds
  • Minimal assembly required for easy setup

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Max. Width: 44 in.(Two passes)
  • Min. Length: 2-1/4 in.
  • Max. Thickness: 4 in.
  • Min. Thickness: 1/32 in.
  • Drum Dimensions (dia. x L/in.): 5 x 22 in.
  • Drum Speed: 1,700 rpm
  • Dust Port Dia.: 4 in.
  • Conveyor Motor: 43 in./lbs. Torque; Direct Drive, DC
  • Conveyor Variable Feed Rate (FPM): 0 to 10
  • Motor (TEFC): 1-3/4HP, 1PH, 115V
  • Net Wt. Benchtop only (lbs.): 282 lbs.
  • Minimum of 400 CFM dust collection recommended
  • 20 Amp service required

Important Information

Bulb Voltage
115 Volts

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

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The machine itself is very quiet.
Luigi
If you can save up that extra cash, I really recommend it.
Steve-n-Boise
I was initially concerned about the cantilevered design.
Robusto

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

136 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Luigi on January 4, 2005
Purchased a Performax 22-44 Plus from www.amazon.com a few months ago. Figured I'd post my experiences with the 22-44 and Amazon since I know I found these reviews very helpful when it came time to make my own decisions on what and where to buy.

Woodmaster, Delta, Grizzly, and Performax, seem to be the manufacturers most discussed when the topic of drum sanders came up.

The specific pros and cons have been discussed extensively in various newsgroups. Suggest a few Google searches using the appropriate key words to form your own opinion. In any case, I decided on the Performax 22-44 Plus based on the following (obviously, ymmv):

Woodmaster: (+) best quality, (+) excellent performance, (-) very expensive

Delta: (+) good quality, (~) debatable performance, (+) affordable

Grizzly: (+) good quality, (~) debatable performance, (+) affordable

Performax: (+) good quality, (+) good performance, (+) affordable

I wasn't able to try out any of these machines prior to purchase, so the above observations were based on my review of the various on-line threads and magazine reviews. Now that I've had a chance to use this thing a while here's some of my personal observations.

First off, there were quite a few comments about tripping/popping breakers if you weren't careful feeding material (the 22-44 draws up to 20 amps under load). I'm scratching my head on that one. I run my unit on a dedicated 15 amp breaker; sometimes on the same circuit as my 1 1/2 hp dust collector by accident. I've found the sandpaper begins burning/gouging the wood long before it'll pop a breaker. This end result is the same regardless of the grit (i.e., 36 to 220).
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55 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Robusto on April 5, 2005
One must realize that this will not take the place of a good planer - none of these drum sanders are meant to remove a tremendous amount of material in one pass (however, I believe big belt sanders can eliminate need for a planer).

That being said, this product does a great job at sanding. The machine is well-made and very quiet. I have had no trouble whatsoever with the motor overheating or tripping my 25 amp circuit. I did need a conveyor belt replacement as mine had a "bubble" - Performax sent me a new one within a few days. Their customer service is very good.

I was initially concerned about the cantilevered design. I read complaints regarding the Performax 16-32" flexing under load or pressure. I haven't experienced this at all. It will flex a little if you really push it but this doesn't happen under normal usage.

I would really suggest this product over the competition in this price range. If you have an extra grand lying around, Grizzly makes some excellent quality belt sanders that might be more useful for some folks. However, I find this sander totally meeting my needs and expectations - and I have high demands of my woodworking tools.

Some important suggestions for those who are buying this product:

1) Align the drum head to the table. Ensure all bolts are tightened. This is a

product that needs to be properly set-up to work correctly!!!

2) Run the piece through several times and in different orientations for the intial

run. Don't take off more than a quarter-turn and run through twice at

each depth.

3) By an abrasive cleaning stick (~ $10). As soon as any dust loads the paper, clean

it off. This will help eliminate burns

4) Use the correct grit sandpaper for the job.

Overall, this is a great product that will give you uniform results. I highly recommend!!!
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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By B. Orr on November 19, 2005
After much hemming and hawing between the deltaX5 and the Performax 22-44 Plus, I ultimately decided to bite the bullet and go for the big boy. I think the greatest factor influencing my decision was not cost but rather because of my gut feeling about it. Granted, I had not used either one prior, but just playing with them in the store made me feel the Performax was a better choice.

Capacity and cost aside, the Performax in my opinion is just plain better built. It has much heavier metal and the height adjustment is super smooth and precise. Compare that to the not-so-smooth 4-corner deal and lighter framework on the delta and I get a much better feel for the Performax. More to the point, the table height adjustment wheel on the delta is anything but smooth nor is it easy to turn - not when compared side by side to the almost fluid-like motion of the Performax. That alone is rather critical to me because when you are making many multiple minor adjustments that only move the table 1/64th of an inch or so per pass, precision and an easy turning mechanism are critical.

As far as operation, assembly, and adjustments on the Performax, well they are amazingly simple. Everyone has heard the horror stories about getting the Delta set up correctly and maybe much of that is operator-related, but the Performax was pretty much ready to go right out of the box. I had only minor tweaks to make to the belt tension and drum arm and it was all quite painless. Mine came with these new belt-tracking guide thingies installed under the table that keeps the belt painlessly on track. Once it was up and running everything worked like a charm. I was quite amazed at the power of the conveyor. Don't worry about it bogging down - it's not going to happen.
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