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New tools from DEOS Delta

Published: 30 October 2019 - John King
 

The DEOS Delta has an ergonomic iron shape design allowing the user to access hard to reach areas, while reducing the stress on arms and hands. It delivers a smooth finish from corner to corner. Additionally, when the DEOS Delta is combined with Mirka’s net abrasives and a dust extraction unit, it provides a scratch pattern and a dust-free work environment to work in. 

Also on show will be the Mirka DEOS 353 CV 81x 133mm, suitable for stripping old paint and lacquer. Its design has been developed to get closer to the surface, easily accessing hard to reach areas and delivering a flawless smooth finish more rapidly than other sanders.

Rounding out the tools on display is the Mirka LEROS, which has a flexible and practical design that offers ergonomic working positions, exerting less strain on the operator's body and back. At less than 3.5 kg, the operator can sand for longer periods without fatigue. In addition, the operator can work very close to corners thanks to the sanding head and backing pad design. Due to its random orbital movement, LEROS responds precisely to the operator's movements making the sanding process easy and creating a smoother better finish.

Pete Sartain, industrial sales manager for Mirka UK, said: “After a successful event in 2018, we are delighted to be back this year. As a brand, we want to be able provide our customers with right tool to meet their requirements, which is why we will be highlighting a selection of our best selling products including the DEOS Delta, so visitors can see the benefits in action, including a dust-free work environment alongside increased productivity and efficiency.”

 

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