Makita 2000W 110V 230mm Angle Grinder GA9050

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Makita 2000W 110V 230mm Angle Grinder GA9050

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Makita 2000W 110V 230mm Angle Grinder GA9050 Makita 2000W 110V 230mm Angle Grinder GA9050 Makita 2000W 110V 230mm Angle Grinder GA9050



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This corded angle grinder is great for cutting and grinding metal, sharpening blades and shaping stone or paving.

  • No load speed: 6600 rpm
  • Takes 230mm diameter x 22.23mm bore cutting discs
  • Supplied with a 2.5m cable, 2 position side handle and Blade spanner

Features and Benefits

  • Slim gear housing for greater depth of cut
  • Easy access carbon brushes for quick and simple brush replacement
  • Rotatable gear housing, can be positioned at every 90° to suit most cutting and grinding applications
  • New compact motor design, light weight and reduced diameter body
  • Soft rubber grip for improved comfort and secure grip

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of Makita 2000W 110V 230mm Angle Grinder GA9050
Corded/Cordless Corded
Equivalent wattage 2000W
No load speed 6600rpm
Blade size 230mm
Disc bore 22.23mm
Disc diameter 230mm
Handle type Plastic handle
Locking device Spindle lock
Cable length 2.5m
Weight 4.7kg
Brush type Replaceable carbon brushes

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