|Item Weight||1.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.2 x 4.7 x 6.8 inches|
|Item model number||4151|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year from date of purchase with sales receipt or invoice|
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Ingersoll-Rand 4151 Ultra Duty 6-Inch Vacuum Ready Random Orbit Pneumatic Sander
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- 12,000 RPM free speed for swirl free finishes
- Durable, lightweight composite design weighs less than 2-Pound
- Vacuum-ready, low vibration
- Interchangeable grip rings available to match operator hand sizes
- 1/4-Inch air inlet; 8 CFM air consumption
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Ingersoll Rand's 4151 vacuum-ready random orbit pneumatic sander features low vibration, which makes for smoother sanding. View larger
The 4151, like most random orbit sanders, features an oscillating sanding pad that also rotates so that the sanding pattern differentiates for even surface wear. Unlike most orbit sanders, though, the 4151 extracts dust and particles through and around the pad when it’s in use, keeping foreign matter away from the motor and helping to reduce the number and severity of clogs. The vacuum sanding pad features a unique design and large 1/2-inch diameter holes for efficient operation--virtually all dust is instantly channeled away from the work, increasing visibility and improving overall quality.
About Ingersoll Rand
With a history dating back to 1871, Ingersoll Rand and its family of brands represents a proven history in construction, mining, industrial and commercial markets. Through acquisitions, innovations, and customer focus, today's Ingersoll Rand offers market-leading solutions and services that enable customers to create progress through a variety of industries and markets that touch everyday life.
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One Ingersoll Rand 4151 ultra-duty, 6-inch, vacuum-ready, random orbit pneumatic sander.
|Ingersoll Rand's 4151 sander has a 12,000-rpm motor with a 3/16-inch orbit for a swirl-free finish. (Click to enlarge)|
Top Customer Reviews
It works as well as the $250 snap-on, the National Detroit, the Dynabride, but if I was going to offer any kind of advice... The small body enables the sanding pad to get into some harder to reach places that other sanders won't be able to reach.
IF you are not going to hook it up to a vacuum attachment, buy a cheap pad that you won't mind chewing up around screws and rivets! It is what I did, and I am glad that I did.. Someday I might be able to use this with a vacuum... (Hey, a man can dream, right???
It is much quieter than the electric one but the dust collection doesn't work as well as the electric sander which has 8 holes and a larger vacuum port. Also it is not easy to find 6" PSA paper with 6 holes unless you buy 100 count packs of each grit you want. You can also buy a hook & loop pad for this sander though and H&L paper is readily available. I do like that it doesn't require oil like most pneumatic tools, it is light and does seem to have a lot of power.
There are a lot of new features on this tool and I like it but just expected better quality from IR. If you are buying for woodworking like me the electric ones may be a better option. This tool needs 8cfm minimum with 12cfm needed under load. My compressor is capable of 19cfm but still runs nearly half the time I am sanding. I don't think that is very economical compared to a 3 amp electric model.
Use in a body shop would be a totally different story, electric tools don't seem to last under that environment and this would be ideal considering it's light weight and auto shops always have large compressors running all day anyway.
In any event, my friend was very happy to get the sander. On the other hand, he had yet to receive the sanding discs which I had ordered at the same time. Quite frankly, the discs had not even shipped yet - a bit of a disappointment if you ask me. In any event, the very next day, he took the sander to the shop. He called me later to tell me how well the sander performed on some of the auto body projects he had going. He also mentioned that he had gotten so used to his poor performing sander that he'd forgotten what was meant by "optimal performance" for such a tool. The new sander brought back to him the proper perspective.
In further clarifying his opinion, he mentioned that the sander was easy to operate, comfortable to hold, and made his projects go a lot faster. He also said that detail work was not too difficult despite the six inch discs. All in all, he was very happy with my selection.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I just bought this DA. I really like it. Better than Snap-on & Dynabrade. It's very smooth.Published 1 month ago by francisco topete
Delivered quickly and works great. Did NOT come with correct adapter for air hose and included booklets are mostly useless.Published 4 months ago by Nick Easterday