Diamond segment support
For the 4D single-brush sander
The diamond segment support is an essential part that enables the triangle segments to be attached to the 4D sander table. Diamond segments are specific sanding tools, generally used for sanding concrete and other hard surfaces.
The diamond segment holder is designed to receive and securely hold the triangle segments on the sander table, transforming the table into a 4D Concrete table. Thanks to this configuration, the single-brush sander can be used for efficient sanding and polishing of concrete surfaces, removing imperfections, adhesive residues, joint marks and other defects.
As for when to consider changing the diamond segment backing, here are a few pointers:
1. Visible wear: like any wear part, the diamond segment holder can wear over time, particularly if it is used intensively for concrete grinding work. If you notice visible wear, such as cracks, deformation or deterioration of the attachment surface, it may be time to replace it.
2. Segments not securely attached: If you have difficulty attaching the triangle segments securely to the bracket, or if you notice that the segments frequently come loose during use, this may indicate that the bracket is worn and is no longer holding the segments correctly.
3. Unsatisfactory performance: if you notice a significant drop in the sander's performance when sanding concrete, with less satisfactory results or longer working times, this may be linked to a problem with the diamond segment holder.
As the diamond segment holder is sold on its own, without the triangle segments, it is important to check its condition regularly and replace it if necessary to ensure optimum performance of the single-brush sander when sanding concrete. If you encounter any of these problems, or suspect that the backing is defective, we recommend that you obtain a new diamond segment backing from Repex Floor to ensure perfect compatibility with your single-brush sander and the best possible results.
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Please note that the photos of the parts do not use the same scale.