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Forum topic by mbs posted 723 days ago 1840 views 0 times favorited 4 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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mbs

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723 days ago

There is a used sander available but I don’t know anything abouut the Haltsy. What kind of experience do you have with them? This is a 1 phase 10 hp sander. How does it compare to other brands?

Thanks

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Bill White

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#1 posted 723 days ago

Are ya sure abt. the single phase? 10 hp is pretty strong for single.
Bill

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#2 posted 723 days ago

I agree. I haven’t confirmed it but that’s what the ad says.

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#3 posted 723 days ago

It’s “Halsty” not “Haltsy”. Pro brand.

HALSTY MANUFACTURING

19295 COUNTY HIGHWAY 29
56501 DETROIT LAKES, MN

GEO: 46.850463, -95.688219
Phone: 001 (218) 847-1486
Fax: 001 (248) 887-3858

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#4 posted 723 days ago

thanks for giving me the correct spelling. I talked with the owner. He said the drum has a highspot in it but suggested that it could be dressed by running a board through with sandpaper glued to the board. Does anyone have experience dressing a drum like this?

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