Hi-Buff 15MM Long-Throw Random Orbital Polisher
- Fast, efficient, effective polishing for a showroom finish
- Random orbit polish with a 15mm throw for a fast and professional finish
- Pair up with a backing plate and a range of foam polishing pads depending on the results you need
This easy-to-use polisher provides the power to cut through the toughest paint imperfections and the finesse needed to create a mirror-like finish. With a longer throw than your standard Dual Action (DA) polisher, you'll get better results, quicker with less fatigue. This tool powers through the job with a 15mm throw, providing the most cutting-edge performance in speed and comfort. Featuring a durable motor, chassis and frame this tool can handle any job thrown its way. The Hi-Buff Random Orbital sets the standard for a modern tool that combines the best outcomes of performance and risk free polishing.
WHO'S IT FOR:
This is a great entry level long-throw polisher for the weekend warrior. If you're not ready to go for the higher end machines, this is an ideal compromise while still achieving excellent results. This is not recommended if you polish for a living. We recommend you step up to the Rupes machine which is designed to work with a heavy work load.
Apply your desired buffing pad to the hook & loop face of the packing plate. Apply polish to the face of the buffing pad and glide buffer over the surface of the substrate. Type of pad, RPM speed, type of polish/wax, and surface pressure are all dependent on the preference of the user, ability and vehicle type.
- Direct-Drive Transmission
- RPM Speed: 2000-4800 RPM
- Power: 110V/60Hz 900W
- Advanced Electronic Speed Control
- Weight of Tool: 7.76 lbs.
- Orbit Stroke Length: 15 mm
- Backing Plate Thread Size: 8mm
- Backing Plate Diameter: 5.0 inches
- Length of machine: 17 inches
Product works great on all non-porous surfaces! Including, glass, mirrors, gel coat, fiber-glass, chrome, plastic, granite and countless other surfaces. Not intended for sanding or grinding.
Always be sure to use a clean, uncontaminated buffing pad combined with the correct polish or compound for the task. Start with the least aggressive polishing compound and only use more aggressive products if necessary.