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Full stand - Repex Floor
Full stand 9301C
146.00€ Excluding VAT
Lower sleeve flange - Repex Floor
Lower sleeve flange 94011P
76.00€ Excluding VAT
Top sleeve flange - Repex Floor
Top sleeve flange 94012
76.00€ Excluding VAT
Belt PSL - Repex Floor
Belt PSL 9008
25.50€ Excluding VAT
Motor pulley ALIZE - Repex Floor
Motor pulley ALIZE 9009
42.10€ Excluding VAT
Skirting board protection strip - Repex Floor
Skirting board protection strip 9002
8.35€ Excluding VAT
Black elastomer rivet foot - Repex Floor
Black elastomer rivet foot 9003
1.76€ Excluding VAT

Spare parts Chassis PSL

Spare parts Chassis PSL plays a crucial role in the structure and stability of the machine. It supports a number of components, such as the motor, wheels and sanding system, ensuring the machine's solidity and durability.

When to replace chassis parts depends on a number of factors, including wear and tear from frequent use, damage caused by incidents, or obvious signs of failure.

Here are a few indications of when it may be necessary to replace chassis parts:

1. Visible wear and tear: If there are obvious signs of wear and tear, such as cracks, deformation or broken parts of the chassis, it is probably time to replace the defective parts.

2. Compromised stability: If the stability of the sander is compromised, this may indicate problems with the frame. Excessive vibration, unusual noises or a floating feeling during use can be signals that something is wrong with the chassis.

3. Difficulties in operation: If you find it difficult to adjust the height, move the sander or maintain constant pressure, this could be linked to problems with the frame.

4. Worn or damaged parts: Specific chassis components, such as wheels, levers or other moving parts, can wear out over time. If these parts show signs of advanced wear or damage, we recommend replacing them.

In short, replacing sander chassis parts is necessary when signs of wear, damage or failure compromise the machine's performance, stability or safety. It's always a good idea to contact Repex floor, the manufacturer, for specific advice on maintenance and parts replacement.