Innovation in Action

Watch the Radius 360° handle round walls, ceilings, outlets, corners and more! See the tool in action, with Kent Annis, President of Full Circle International, Inc. and inventor of the Radius 360°. Five minutes run time.

View the Radius 360° in action with specific applications:

Round walls, barrel vaults,
domes and arches.

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The Radius 360 forms to the contours of round walls, barrel vaults and arches. In the past, I would, as a general rule, sand round walls with only a sanding sponge. But, even though a sponge was by far the best method, the corners of the sponge had to first be rounded to get a quality finish. You still had a streaking effect because of the small size of the sponge and the varied pressure when sanding. The Radius 360 applies constant, equally distributed pressure because of the disc shape and foam thickness. It produces a full look with no streaking.

Radius 360° handle outlets, full range-of-motion sanding, and hard to reach areas.

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If you have ever used a conventional sand pole, you are familiar with its limitations. Because of its narrow, rectangular shape, the conventional sander would flip and catch if used around outlets, forcing you to hand sand these areas. The Radius 360 has a 9 inch diameter round head with a pliable foam backing. This allows the tool to glide smoothly around outlets, increasing efficiency and product quality.

The conventional sand pole is especially susceptible to flipping when used above shoulder height. The innovative design of the Radius 360 allows you to sand most hard to reach areas without flipping. The ability to make quick directional changes, overhead and in hard to reach areas, is one of the most defining characteristics of
the Radius 360. Again, full range of motion
equals no wasted motion.

Sand 12’ – 20’ walls from the floor, without stilts! Ideal for foyers, great rooms and vaults.

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The Radius 360 makes high work a lot easier. For walls over 8 feet, simply adjust the extension pole to the desired height and sand away. Because of the Radius 360's unique circular design and pliable foam pad, you can sand up to 20 foot walls, from the floor, without stilts or scaffolding. The Radius 360 not only allows you to sand faster, it also increases efficiency and productivity by reducing the need for scaffolding. Of course,
it is still necessary to use another method to
sand the corners and ceiling line.

Smooth walls
with overspray

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The only tool faster than the Radius 360 for sanding smooth walls is the power sander. The Radius 360 provides better finish quality than a power sander and is much faster than using a conventional sand pole.

Sand smooth ceilings, 10 feet or more from the floor, without stilts!

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The Radius 360 gives you the ability to sand 8,9, even 10 foot plus smooth ceilings from the floor. In the past, stilts were a necessity because of the conventional sand pole's tendency to flip when used above your head. The no flip design of the Radius 360 allows you to sand ceilings faster, without stilts, and with a better finish quality.

Smooth ceilings
with skim coat

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Skim coat and smooth ceilings are what define the Radius 360. I have tried every product imaginable on skim coat ceilings. A perfect finish is a must. The Radius 360's size, mobility, control and round, pliable shape, make it the perfect tool for skim coat walls and ceilings.

Pre-sand for
ceiling texture

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Prior to completing a knockdown ceiling, it is necessary to spot sand and eliminate ridges. The no-flip design of the Radius 360 eliminates the need for stilts and scaffolding when pre-sanding for ceiling texture.

Working with power sanding and
finish sanding

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Power sanders sometimes are a must for jobs with thick overspray. I personally use them often. However, these tools, while faster, are not for everyone or for every job. Because power sanders are orbital, they leave swirls that almost always show up after painting. For this reason, they should never be used on skim coat walls or ceilings, or on corner bead. But, for those really tough jobs, using a power sander on overspray in the field and the Radius 360 for the bead, flats and butt joints, can be an efficient combination for a high quality finished product.

Sand 90° corners
with ease

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90 degree corners finish perfectly with the Radius 360. Simply place the tool approximately 3 inches over the corner and run up and down. It eliminates hand sanding, and the associated streaking from the sponge. The 1/2" foam disc forms to the corner. Combined with the 9" diameter disc, you have increased control and stability.

Scuffing, painting and sanding – Part 1

Scuffing, painting and sanding – Part 2

Wood ceilings - Part 1

Scuffing, painting and sanding – Part 1

Scuffing, painting and sanding – Part 2

Wood ceilings - Part 1

Wood Ceilings – Part 2

View the FlexEdge in action with specific applications

FlexEdge on Corner

Ridges Above Fireplace

Outlet Sanding

Sanding a ceiling

The Flex Edge and
Radius 360° system