Clarke American Sanders Announces Launch of HydraSand Multi Head Sanding Disc

SPARTA, NC – September 1, 2015 – Clarke American Sanders, the worldwide leader in the design and production of wood floor sanders, announced today the launch of its new HydraSand Multi Head Sanding Disc. The HydraSand is designed and built by American Sanders, in its manufacturing plant in Sparta, North Carolina.

The HydraSand fits standard rotary sanders and produces flat, scratch-free results in less time and with less effort than leading competitive units. It features steel plate construction with no plastic gears or parts; large air slots to provide superior dust control; steel encased bearings for added strength and performance; as well as quick, wrench-free pad removal.

“We’re incredibly pleased with the new HydraSand,” said Brian Strickland, VP of Product Development and Marketing for Pioneer Eclipse and American Sanders. “When we started this project, we knew we wanted to provide a solution that would work with contractors’ current rotary sander, rather than requiring them to purchase a special machine. We spent a lot of time in research and development in order to make that happen and we were able to produce a product that outperforms leading competitive units by 15%.”

About Clarke American Sanders
Clarke American Sanders began in 1903 as The American Floor Surfacing Machine Company and built the first floor sanding machine on record with the U.S. Patent Office. One hundred years later, Clarke American Sanders remains the worldwide leader in the design and production of wood floor sanders and edgers for the professional contractor as well as the do-it-yourselfer. Today American Sanders continues the same heritage with innovative equipment designs focusing on performance, reliability and user ergonomics while furthering investments in state-of-the-art product testing facilities, quality enhancement processes and upgraded production methods. Clarke American Sanders is a division of Amano Pioneer Eclipse Corporation. Visit or or call 336.372.8080.

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