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Angle Grinders

Angle grinders are widely used in construction and metalwork fabrication. Angle grinders are also known as right angle grinders, side grinders or disc grinders. This is the most popular and common type of grinder. It has a wide range of uses and the grinding wheel is at a right angle to the shaft of the tool. Their versatility includes the ability to use them with many kinds of attachments and cutters. The size of the disc should have a direct bearing on your choice of angle grinder. Angle grinders can be used for

  • Grinding
  • Cutting
  • Deburring
  • Polishing
  • Finishing

Corded Angle Grinders

Ideal for professional use when constant power is required. Corded angle grinders are powered by electric and tend to be heavier. Perfect for heavy-duty applications.

Cordless Angle Grinders

Cordless angle grinders are portable because they are battery-powered. These grinders offer the same operating properties as a corded disc grinder.

Compressed Air Angle Grinders

These grinders are air-powered and generally used for light duties for more precise tasks.

Grinding Wheels

There are many types of grinding wheel available. Which abrasive disc you select to use depends entirely on your specific application and the material you are working with.

  • Grinding wheel
    • Suitable for cutting wood, metal, shaping or sharpening blades, bits, hand tools and cutters.
  • Cut off wheel
    • Cuts metal
  • Diamond wheel
    • Cuts block, stone and concrete
  • Wire brush
    • Removes rust and some polishing

Cut Metal

A right angle grinder saves a lot of time and effort compared to using a standard hacksaw. Clamp the workpiece securely and select a suitable metal cutting disc. Make sure there is no possibility for it to move. Use light pressure to cut through the metal and do not try to force it through the workpiece. Move the disc forwards and backwards along the cut.

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