Top 2 Corded 5" Angle Grinders
Author: Mallory Kramer
For the best 5" angle grinding, look no further than these models from Makita and Bosch: Heavy-duty craftsmen require a grinder of equal force, and these grinders pack a wallop to best any application. For metal and concrete grinding, smoothing, and cutting, one of these tools is sure to bring you always impressive, aggressive, incomparable results.Makita's 9565CV (5") angle grinder is one of the toughest tool's in the entire angle grinder line-up offering craftsmen speed, power, durability, and Makita's legendary innovation. With a giant 12 amp motor and five-speed variable speed control, the tool boasts vastly increased output power and the control to compliment speeds to each task. Additionally, all this power comes without any sacrifice to a comfortable, compact design. The 9565CV is ideal for the most industrial metal and concrete jobs, and with more, improved carbon brush material, the tool promises your brushes will deliver a better performance and enjoy a longer overall life. An electronic limiter stops the motor immediately after being disengaged and works to reduce accidental motor overload or burnout; this contributes to an excess of healthy years with your tool. Additionally, an unique "labyrinth" construction, or series of complex channels, is designed to protect the motor and bearings from harmful dust and debris promising uncommon longevity, and always smooth performance. Essentially, this grinder is a celebrity in the tool community producing high-performance and always quality results. Pricing from about $130 - $155, the grinder is worth every penny.Additionally, Bosch's 1811PS (5" paddle switch) grinder is another of the more impressive tools on the market today offering craftsmen a menagerie of perks to get tough jobs done better. With a vibration control handle the tool is uncharacteristically smooth and comfortable to use while still providing 9 amps of power to champion intense metal and cement grinding applications. Designed with Bosch's ServiceMinder brushes, the tool will automatically stop when preventative maintenance is required, and with epoxy coated field windings the tool is brilliantly and uniquely protected against notoriously ruinous dust and debris. A spindle lock provides fast wheel changes and with an unique directed air flow system, that rotten debris is diverted away from the tool's vital components and immediate work surfaces. Bosch's 1811PS is a tremendous grinder built for heavy-duty durability and aggressive performance, but, despite its toughness, the tool is still easy on your budget. Ranging in price from about $100 - $120 the grinder is nicely priced to bring you seriously good results at cost that won't obliterate your budget.Either of these tools is certain to bring your grinding results and working experience to a whole new level, and because the tool's are corded, their professional power is constant and always reliable. With one of these grinders craftsmen are sure to enjoy the finest 5" grinding in the business.
About the Author:
Specializing in tool parts & web communications, Mallory joined M&M Tool 4 yrs ago adding to their over 150 yrs combined experience. For over 70 yrs M&M Tool has provided the best service to the tool industry with replacement parts, sales, & service to woodworking products, machinery & power tools like Makita's 9565CV angle grinder & Bosch's 1811PS angle grinder. Visit M&M Tool's tool and machinery recommender to find what best suits you.Article Source: -