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Corded Angle Grinders

Corded Angle Grinders

The interchangeable abrasive discs on these grinders rotate at high speeds to remove rust, sharpen blades, make cut-offs, ease sharp edges, and strip paint. Ideal for frequent, all-day use, corded angle grinders are commonly used in auto body, tuckpointing, wall chasing, and welding applications. They are typically used on metal surfaces but can be used with wood, stone, and other materials.

For General Purpose Grinding

A good choice for most everyday grinding jobs, these handheld angle grinders accept abrasive wheels with diameters from 4.5 inches to 9 inches and are suitable for sharpening blades, easing sharp edges, removing rust, and stripping paint. They come with a grinding guard to help protect the user from debris if the grinding wheel is damaged or shatters during use.

For up to 4 12 in Wheels

Dust Management Not Included

Dust Management Included

For up to 5 in Wheels

Dust Management Not Included

Dust Management Included

For up to 6 in Wheels

Dust Management Not Included

Dust Management Included

For up to 7 in Wheels

Dust Management Not Included

For up to 9 in Wheels

Dust Management Not Included

Dust Management Included

For Concrete Surfacing

Handheld concrete surfacing tools use diamond cup wheels, abrasive discs, and rotating cutting assemblies to prepare, clean, resurface, and finish concrete. Concrete planers, sometimes called scarifiers, use cutting wheels to provide aggressive concrete removal, including leveling dried concrete, removing marks, and cutting grooves in concrete. They are also used for removing coatings, including paint, sealant, plaster, and adhesive. Concrete grinders are less aggressive than planers and use abrasive discs and diamond-cut wheels to prepare and clean surfaces and create a smooth, finished surface.

For Tuckpointing

Remove damaged mortar using these handheld angle grinders, which are designed to operate at the proper depth of cut for tuckpointing. Tuckpointing grinders typically have higher-torque motors than other grinders, helping to ease tuckpointing operations. A dust-collection system helps to control airborne particles, reducing the risk of dust inhalation.

For up to 5 in Wheels — Dust Management Included

For up to 5 in Wheels — Dust Management Not Included

For Wall Chasing

Use these handheld angle grinders as wall chasing tools to cut two parallel lines into drywall, brick, concrete, flooring, or other materials in order to lay cable or pipes. Two parallel blades ensure a consistent channel width, and a depth gauge allows you to set the required depth of cut to avoid damaging objects behind the surface you are cutting into.

For up to 5 in Wheels — Dust Management Included

For Welding

Specifically designed for welding applications, these handheld angle grinders grind away weld seams from metal workpieces. These tools are typically longer than standard angle grinders with the same wheel diameters, making them suitable for reaching recessed spaces.

For up to 6 in Wheels — Dust Management Not Included

For Small & Tight Spaces

With a flatter, smaller head than other handheld angle grinders, these tools are ideal for working in confined spaces and are typically lighter than general-purpose grinders.

For up to 5 in Wheels — Dust Management Not Included