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Electric PlanersElectric Planers

These tools are used to reduce the thickness of wood in small areas, such as when a door is slightly too wide for its frame. They are best used on smaller areas and their depth of cut can be adjusted to suit the task. We stock planers from Bosch, Festool, Metabo, Makita and DeWalt, all of which are ideal for professional use.

Bosch GHO 26-82 D Planer

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Bosch GHO 15-82 Planer

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Bosch GHO 40-82 C Planer

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DeWalt DW680K Planer 2.5mm Planing Depth

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Makita KP0800 82mm Planer 240v

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Metabo HO 0882 Planer in MetaLoc

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What is an Electric Planer?

An electric planer is used to smooth rough and uneven wood surfaces by shaving off the high, bumpy sections of wood until they are at the same level as the lowest sections. See right for an illustration.

They feature a knob which is used to adjust the depth of cut and also as a grip, and a blade which spins around in the centre of the tool to slice off the high sections of wood. They are available in a variety of sizes, from small ones for light use on small areas to large, heavy duty ones from woodworking specialists like Festool.

Electric hand planers are best used on relatively small areas. Usually where you only need a moderate level of precision. Larger scale planing machines are better for large work pieces or where a higher level of precision is needed. 

Wood Planershow do i choose which electric planer i need?

We have Festool, Bosch, Metabo, Makita and DeWalt wood planers in our selection. It can be hard to choose which electric planer you need, especially when there are so many to choose from with very little difference between them. Here are some important features to consider when choosing between electric wood planers:-

  • Planing depth: is the planing range suitable for the tasks you wish to perform?
  • Speed: this is important to consider if you will be using the machine regularly to process large areas
  • Debris management: this is important for maintaining a clear view and a clean work area

Have you considered a cordless version?

We also have cordless planers if you're looking for more freedom with the use of this tool. Click here to see our cordless range.

Do you want to know more about electric planers?

At Kelvin Power Tools, we have an excellent team of power tool experts available for your questions. If you want to know more about electric wood planers or any other tools then please feel free to contact us and we will be glad to help.