Lower sleeve flange
The lower handle flange on a sander is an important part of holding the sander handle in place. It is attached to the lower part of the handle and serves as a support for the sander's soleplate.
The main function of the lower handle clamp is to hold the soleplate in place during sanding. The pad is the part of the sander that is in direct contact with the surface being sanded. It is attached to the lower handle flange and helps to maintain a constant pressure on the surface to be sanded.
The lower handle flange is also important to ensure the stability of the sander during sanding. It keeps the sander handle in place and prevents vibrations that could affect the quality of sanding. It also ensures that the sander stays perfectly in line with the surface to be sanded, resulting in an even finish.
Finally, the lower handle flange is often equipped with a sole height adjustment system. This system allows the height of the pad to be adjusted in relation to the surface to be sanded, which is important for adapting the sander to different types of materials and surfaces.
In summary, the lower handle flange on a sander is an essential part that holds the pad in place, ensures the stability of the sander during sanding and allows the height of the pad to be adapted to different types of materials and surfaces.
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