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Angle grinders, also known as flex or as ground grinders, will be used for rough grinding or cutting of material (whether you use a grinding or cutting wheel). With the angle grinder you can grind and cut wood, masonry, concrete, plastic as well as metal. They are often used for cutting floor and wall tiles.Continue
Conventional disc diameters are 115, 125, 150 and 250 mm. The most widespread models with diameters of 125 and 230 mm. Since the diameter of the wheel depends on the depth of the cut - with a larger disc you often don't have to cut twice. However with a larger blade grinder, the higher the power, weight and cost.
|disc diameter||cutting depth||Recommended motor power|
|115 mm||2 cm||min. 600 W|
|125 mm||2.5 cm||min. 750 W / opt. 1000 W|
|150 mm||3.5 cm||min. 1000 W / opt. 1400 W|
|230 mm||7.5 centimeters||min. 1800 W / opt. 2200 W|
Grinders with larger wheels have a lower speeds. Differences between the different models of the same diameter discs are minimal. For 125 mm, grinding speed is in the range of 10 000 to 13 000 rpm, whereas the 230 mm models around 6500 rpm.
Abrasive discs and angle grinders are used for machining surfaces made of metal and stainless steel. They will be used when sanding, welding, deburring, bending etc. They are produced in standard thicknesses from 4 to 8 mm.
They are used to cut workpieces made of stone, steel, iron, aluminum and plastics. Thinner discs with a thickness of between 0.8 mm and are designed primarily for cutting thin metal sheets, thicker disc to 3.2 mm is suitable for cutting thicker materials and profiles.
They are used for cutting and grinding very hard, mostly construction, materials - concrete, brick, marble and natural stone. They are the most expensive.
Ideal for situations where you need to move frequently between cutting and grinding and do not want to delay the exchange. Do not expect them, however, to last, as the blades are designed specifically for mostly either cutting or grinding.
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